FOR SALE 33 Acres of PRIME Arizona Outback Real Estate
Price: $279,000 - Terms Available!
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The Story As a passionate pursuer of waterfowl, the owner of Prairie Swamp could have chosen anywhere to settle. But after decades of obsessively hunting nearly every type of habitat and style found in 27 states, 7 countries, and 3 continents… he concluded a 5-year, 3-state search by choosing portions of land along the North Platte River. An artist by nature as well as profession, he picked land with the vision and energy to create facilities that would successfully hunt Canada geese and mallard ducks, both birds on a World-Class level, and do so simultaneously – same blind, same setup! Furthermore, it was only natural that once he owned lands possessing a collateral benefit of monster deer, he too would find himself chasing ill
Location: 2 miles west of Lewellen, Nebraska on County Road 48.
Legal Description: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & NE1/4SE1/4 Section 24; Lot 1 Section 25 all in T16N-R43W and a tract in the NE1/4 Section 30-T16N-R42W of the 6th P.M., and all accretions thereto in Garden County, Nebraska.
Acres: 307.52 tax assessed acres
Taxes: 2016 taxes payable in 2017 - $4,555
Land Use: Irrigated corn and hay production with excellent duck, goose, turkey, pheasant, deer and elk hunting along 1 1/2 miles of the North Platte River Garden County Game Refuge.
FSA Info: 161.59 acres cropland with 63.8 Ac Corn Base at 114 Bu yield, 15.5 Ac Wheat Base at 38 Bu yield, 7.8 Ac Grain Sorghum Base at 80 Bu yield and 6.8 Ac Oats Base at 38 Bu yield.
Each parcel is also offered separately as Deuel County Dryland Parcel 2 and Deuel County Dryland Parcel 3 Here are two nice parcels of dryland farm ground. They are 12-14 miles north of Big Springs or 12-14 miles South of Lewellen. These are good farms in a strong farming area. Typical rotation in this area is fallow, wheat, corn on a three year rotation. Take a look at the amount of class II soils on these farms! Legal Description W/2 Sec 1-14-42 N/2 Less Fraction Sec 29-14-42All in Deuel County Nebraska Taxes:$8,166.20 (For both parcels) Income Potential:$40 cash rent per tillable acre: $24,356
LOCATION: Located 14 miles northeast of Lewellen, NE on CR 60 and access easement.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T17N R41W of the 6th P.M., Garden County, Nebraska, Section 25: Surveyed tract in S1/2 together with access easement
Section 34: Surveyed tract in E1/2SE1/4 Section 35: Surveyed tract in W1/2 together with access easement
ACRES: Garden County Assessor indicates there are approximately 370 taxed acres.
TAXES: 2016 taxes payable in 2017 are estimated to be $7,282
LAND USE: 341 certified irrigated acres of cropland consisting of 100% Class VI Valentine Sand. The farm is irrigated by 4 Lockwood center pivots with electric wells.
SUMMARY: Located in the North Platte NRD this farm includes 4 electric powered Lockwood pi
Duane McClainNebraska Land Brokers LLC
$579,000102.58 acres1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1152 sqft19798 Rd 44, Lewellen, NE69147 - Garden County
This phenomenal property is located just 3 hours from Denver, 5 hours from Lincoln, 5.5 hours from Omaha and minutes from Lake McConaughy. The historic North Platte River bottom was part of the original Oregon Trail route used by fur trappers and traders. This 102 acres sitting on approximately 1/2 mile of the North Platte River, is stunning and has more wildlife and waterfowl than you could ever imagine. For hunters and wildlife enthusiasts, the river accretion ground has a natural spring that feeds a rejuvenated slough that rarely freezes. Ducks and geese gather in the slough and back waters throughout the year and the migratory birds flock to this area by the thousands. Whitetail deer traverse the meadows and accretion area daily. D
This property is also being offered together with 2 other parcels as Deuel County Dryland. Here is a nice parcel of dryland farm ground located in close proximity to two other dryland parcels. They are 12-14 miles north of Big Springs or 12-14 miles South of Lewellen. These are good farms in a strong farming area. Typical rotation in this area is fallow, wheat, corn on a three year rotation. Take a look at the amount of class II soils on these farms! Legal Description W/2 Sec 1-14-42 N/2 Less Fraction Sec 29-14-42 NW/4 Sec 3-14-42 All in Deuel County Nebraska Taxes:$3,986.38 Income Potential:$40 cash rent per tillable acre: $12,442
This property is also being offered together with 1 other parcel as Deuel County Dryland. Here is a nice parcel of dryland farm ground located in close proximity to oneother dryland parcel. They are 12-14 miles north of Big Springs or 12-14 miles South of Lewellen. These are good farms in a strong farming area. Typical rotation in this area is fallow, wheat, corn on a three year rotation. Take a look at the amount of class II soils on these farms! Legal Description W/2 Sec 1-14-42 N/2 Less Fraction Sec 29-14-42 All in Deuel County Nebraska Taxes:$4,179.82 Income Potential:$40 cash rent per tillable acre: $11,914
This is a tremendous property that overlooks the North Platte River/Garden County Refuge. There are spotson these bluffs that you can see for many miles both east and west. It would make a tremendous building sitefor a hunting cabin. The property is filled with Cedar and Pine as well as leaf treed canyons that refuge MuleDeer, White-tailed Deer and Elk. In the spring of the year there are Wild Turkey on the entire property. It hasgood County road access and there is room to develop this property into a truly excellent hunting property. Itis directly next to the Ash Hollow State Park, and the North Platte River flows directly under these Bluffs. If youchose to build you dream cabin on this location, you would see thick clouds of geese pass o