LOCATION: 6 miles north and 2 miles east of Lexington. (located on the corner of Rd 762 & Wylie Canyon Rd)
DESCRIPTION: Those portions of the E1/2 E1/2 Section 33 lying east of Wylie Canyon Road except 6.0 acre acreage site; All of Section 34 except NPPD substation tract; All Section 35; all in T11N-R21W of the 6th
P.M., Dawson County, Nebraska
DESCRIPTION: Dawson County Assessor indicates a total of 1,428.0 acres. Property consists entirely of good quality rolling hardland pasture, that has excellent fencing and very good livestock water availability.
IMPROVEMENTS: A modest set of corrals located near the west boundary.
WATER: Livestock water is provided by a well equipped with an electric submersible, which supplies water to seven water sites located throughout the property. There are also seven stock dams.
FENCING: Property is cross fenced into five separate pastures with the majority of the fences consisting of newly constructed five strand barb wire on wooden posts.
SCHOOL LAND: The property is currently utilizing 37.0 acres of school land in the northeast corner and west of Dry Fork Road, while the Nebraska School Lands is utilizing 27.0 acres owned by JK Land in the southeast and east of Dry Fork Road. This has historically been done via a verbal land trade agreement.
TAXES: 2015 Real Estate Tax - $20,678.08
LIST PRICE: $3,284,400 Cash PRICE REDUCED
COMMENT: This is a tremendous pasture which offers great location along with excellent fencing and livestock water availability.
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