Diverse Norton Co. Property


  • Price: $1,500,000
  • Total Acres: 568
  • Dryland Acres: 271
  • Grass Acres: 261
  • Taxes: $5,316
  • Mineral Rights: all owned convey

Travel 6 miles east of Norton and turn left at the junction onto Highway 383 towards Almena. Continue driving approx. 1 mile east until you hit E7. Turn North and drive 1 1/2 miles. The property will be on the east side of the road.

Latitude: 39.87767
Longitude: -99.75434

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Located along Prairie Dog Creek, just one mile west of Almena in Norton County Kansas, this beautiful 568 +/- acre tract is the premier property for the investor, hunter, and farmer. For the avid hunter and outdoors man, this area is known for growing giant Boone and Crockett whitetail. With over 36 +/- acres of dense hardwoods stretching along the Prairie Dog Creek and deep draws lined with cedars, cottonwoods, and brush running through the center to the north. This beautiful property boasts an abundance of wildlife, with trophy whitetail, mule deer, Rio Grande turkeys, and quail frequenting the property year round. There is a 2 +/- acre spring fed pond in the center of the property stocked with largemouth bass and catfish, as well as a goat swing, certain to make any time there one to remember. Several small fields line along the Prairie Dog Creek making the perfect locations to grow an outstanding food plot to sustain the vast wildlife this property holds. As for the farmer and investor, this property consists of 270.92 +/- acres of prime tillable farm ground. Beans and wheat have been produced in past seasons while everything is currently planted to corn and a small field of alfalfa. Just like the hunting, the Prairie Dog Creek is known for raising great crops. Comprised mostly of Hord silt loam and Holdrege silt loam, this farm is certain to create a good investment return for the crops. This tract also consists of 261.11 +/- acres of native grass surrounded by a good four wire barb wire fence, giving the buyer an opportunity to run their own herd or increase their investment return through grazing. At the southwest corner of the property sits a 50’ x 80’ airplane hangar with concrete flooring and a nice buffalo grass runway for anyone looking to get away for the weekend. This picturesque property would make an extraordinary location to build a house, add to your farm/investment portfolio, or to become your own dream Kansas hunting property.

Legal Description: W 890(S) N2 NE4 & NW4, N2 SE4 & S2 NE4 LESS RD R/W SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 02 RANGE 22. N2 NW4 LESS RD R/W SECTION 24 TOWNSHIP 02 RANGE 22

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