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Located on the Platte River near Brady, Nebraska with the river traversing through the property for over a mile.
Approximately 300 acres to be surveyed prior to closing.
Taxes: $10,000 estimated after survey.
Land Use: 300 +/- acres consisting of approximately 100 acres of wet meadow with the balance in building site, Platte River and river accretion.
Possession: Purchaser to receive possession at closing subject to an existing crop share lease on the hay land cropland for the 2014 crop year with the landlord share going to the purchaser.
Soils: Primarily Lex Loam with some Platte Alda and Alda Soils.
Comments: The property is the headquarters of the historic 79 Ranch with a beautiful 19th century Queen Ann style 2 1/2 story main home in very good condition and two additional ranch style homes. There is a large good quality steel building, a barn with adjoining blacksmith shop and numerous other barns, corrals and outbuildings.
The accretion land has excellent wildlife habitat for great trophy Whitetail deer and Turkey hunting. The Platte River runs through the property and there are additionally two private lakes on the property that have been stocked with a variety of game fish and offer very good waterfowl hunting. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a property with outstanding homes and improvements with some of the best recreational land in Nebraska.
The property is located just north of the Brady interchange on I-80.
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