Gray Mountain Ranch is located in the Highland Lakes Region of the Texas Hill Country in Burnet County. It is approximately 60 miles to Austin, 80 miles to Waco, 105 miles to San Antonio, and 160 miles to Dallas. The ranch can be accessed via Highway 107, about 17 miles sout...
The 150 acre Cibolo Draw Ranch offers you the best in Hill Country living just minutes from Boerne, Texas and a quick commute to San Antonio. The gently rolling topography, with its native grass landscape and multitude of Oak trees, provides a picturesque canvas anywhere on...
Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
7 Creek Ranch is Private Gated Community consisting of 50 tracts of land.
The smaller tracts 5-10's are along the CR 200A as you are driving to the main entrance.
The larger tracts 20 to 289ac will be inside the to be constructed private gated entrance.
7 Creeks Ranch ...
Located in Kansas, 404-square-mile Geary County accounts for less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of Kansas's 105 counties, Geary County ranks 13th in terms of the size of its population (37,030, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Geary County. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Geary County at $2,305 per acre. The average listing price was $481,773 (the most expensive listing being for $3.2 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Geary County was two acres. Land for sale in Geary County totaled 3,135 acres and $7.2 million in overall land value, with the city of Junction City featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Geary County.
Land for sale including Farms in Geary County Kansas
A 380 acre Flint Hills recreational hunting tract in the land of giant whitetails. Geary County, KS known for its big deer is offering another outstanding recreational hunting tract with proof of upholding Geary Counties big deer reputation. Not often offered in this country is this incredible hunting tract that provides a little bit of everything. Outstanding draws of large Oak Timber, cedar thickets, undisturbed Flint Hills grass, 2 year-round watering ponds, multiple food plot locations, and views as far as the eyes can see. This hunting farm grants perfect access from the south side of the farm, with interior trails that allow you to navigate throughout the farm without disturbing the wildlife. Whether you are a rifle hunter, bow hun
Joel TaylorMidwest Land Group, LLC
$250,00040 acres3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1126 sqft201 S Milford Lake Rd, Junction City, KS66441 - Geary County
Farmhouse, kennels and Morton building on acreage along Milford Lake Road (blacktop road access) two miles south of Milford Lake.
Farm living, lake storage rental potential, residential or cabin development potential or simply a peaceful setting with acreage to build your dream estate; this diverse property has it all.
The proximity to Kansas' Largest Lake, Milford Lake would make the property an ideal location for boat / RV storage, cabins or other potential developments.
- 3 bedroom / 1 bathroom
- 1,126 sq ft gross living area
- Updated furnace (approximately 5 yrs old)
- Partial basement
- Appliances included: Refrigerator, oven/stone, washer & dryer, deep freeze
- 48' x 63'
DESCRIPTION: Bucks, ducks, turkeys and more are just five minutes off of I-70, one hour from Topeka, but still very secluded. River bottom hunting tracts like this one are extremely rare. This property has significant river frontage, produces solid income and has easy access in all seasons via Race Track Road. The property is bordered by, a K-State University research farm to the north, the Kansas River along with Fort Riley to the east, and highly productive farm ground to the west. Significant improvements have been made including numerous trails, food plots, a small pond, and removal of significant amounts of understory between the farm ground and the river to dramatically improve the wildlife holding potential. With the Kansas River to