78 acres of Mixed Use Land in Marion County

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Griffin Real Estate & Auction Service LC

78.55 Acres of Mixed Use Land in Marion County

 

Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00pm

 

SELLER:  Helen Selsor, Trustee of the Helen Selsor Living Trust, dated the 6th day of October, 2010

 

Griffin Real Estate & Auction

305 Broadway

Cottonwood Falls, KS  66845

620-273-6421

 

www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

AUCTION DATE:  Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00PM  

 

AUCTION LOCATION:  Lincolnville Community Center, 213 W 6th St, Lincolnville, KS  66858 

 

PROPERTY LOCATION:  From Lincolnville, KS go south on US-56 for approx. 2.8 mi. to 260th St OR from the east side of Marion, KS go east on KS-256 for 2.0 mi to US-77, turn north and continue on US-77/US-56 for 7.0 mi to 260th St. and turn east and continue for 1.4 mi to the northwest corner of said property on the south side of the county road.  Watch for signs.

 

For more photos, visit our website at www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:  If you are an outdoorsman, you will want to look at this property!  It’s difficult to find this much diversity in a tract this size.  This could make a great hunting property, with lots of cover and signs of wildlife, along with some income from the cropland, this could be it.  With easy access between Marion and Lincolnville, don’t miss this opportunity!  We look forward to seeing you at the auction!

 

BRIEF LEGAL:  The East Half of the Northeast Quarter (E/2 NE/4) of Section Thirty-six (36), Township Eighteen (18) South, Range Four (4) East of the 6th P.M., Marion Co. Kansas, containing M/L 78.55 acres.

 

2017 TAXES:  $449.62         MINERALS:  Sellers minerals sell with the property, there is no production.

 

DESCRIPTION:  Here is a smaller sized acreage that is filled with diversity and some big hunting opportunities.  The pasture is high country on the south and rolls downhill to the creek and timber in the valley.  The pasture has a deep stand of grass and brush and timbered draws to provide plenty of cover for deer and other wildlife.  The east branch of Clear Creek dissects the property with timbered wildlife cover.  It does not always run year around, but even in the current drought, there were pools of water.  North of the creek are tillable acres that provide for a great food source. While on the property, we saw signs of a lot of wildlife and caught many deer and turkeys on our camera. With a little management and a couple of food plots, this property is set up to attract some big deer!

 

There are a total of 78.55 ag acres that consist of 60.8 acres of Native Grass and timber and 17.75 dryland acres (84.4% Irwin silty clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes, 15.6% Verdigris silt loam, channeled, 0 to 2 percent slopes, frequently flooded).  The pasture has not been grazed for some time, as you will see by the tall native grass and brush, which provide for good wildlife cover.  Fences are in below average to nonexistent condition.  There are no leases on the property.  The only improvements are an old style horse barn and an old well that hasn’t been used for years, which sits on the north along 260th St.  FSA Information not available at time of printing.

 

REAL ESTATE TERMS:  Earnest money at signing of the contract is $10,000 made payable to Security 1st Title of Marion.  Balance is due at closing on or before May 18, 2018 at which time Appropriate Deed will be given.  Title insurance fees and closing fees of the title co are split 50/50 between the buyer and seller.  The 2018 taxes will be paid by the buyer and all 2018 income will be retained by the buyer. Buyer will receive full possession at the time of closing, with no ag lease or hunting lease.  Early possession for ag use to a qualified buyer will be possible with confirmation of the seller. The property is sold as is, in its present condition, with no warranties or guarantees. You the buyer must rely on your own judgement or have your own inspections done prior to the auction. All financing arrangements must be made prior to the auction. All information has been gathered from Marion Co sources and is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over advertisements.

 

For more photos, visit our website at www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & AUCTION

305 Broadway

Cottonwood Falls, KS  66845

Phone:  620-273-6421

Fax:  620-273-6425

Toll Free:  1-866-273-6421

www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

AUCTIONEERS

Rick Griffin

Cell:  620-343-0473

Chuck Maggard

Cell:  620-794-8824

 

IN THE OFFICE

Nancy Griffin

Heidi Maggard

 

Your Satisfaction is Our Top Priority!

78.55 Acres of Mixed Use Land in Marion County

 

Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00pm

 

SELLER:  Helen Selsor, Trustee of the Helen Selsor Living Trust, dated the 6th day of October, 2010

 

Griffin Real Estate & Auction

305 Broadway

Cottonwood Falls, KS  66845

620-273-6421

 

www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

AUCTION DATE:  Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00PM  

 

AUCTION LOCATION:  Lincolnville Community Center, 213 W 6th St, Lincolnville, KS  66858 

 

PROPERTY LOCATION:  From Lincolnville, KS go south on US-56 for approx. 2.8 mi. to 260th St OR from the east side of Marion, KS go east on KS-256 for 2.0 mi to US-77, turn north and continue on US-77/US-56 for 7.0 mi to 260th St. and turn east and continue for 1.4 mi to the northwest corner of said property on the south side of the county road.  Watch for signs.

 

For more photos, visit our website at www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:  If you are an outdoorsman, you will want to look at this property!  It’s difficult to find this much diversity in a tract this size.  This could make a great hunting property, with lots of cover and signs of wildlife, along with some income from the cropland, this could be it.  With easy access between Marion and Lincolnville, don’t miss this opportunity!  We look forward to seeing you at the auction!

 

BRIEF LEGAL:  The East Half of the Northeast Quarter (E/2 NE/4) of Section Thirty-six (36), Township Eighteen (18) South, Range Four (4) East of the 6th P.M., Marion Co. Kansas, containing M/L 78.55 acres.

 

2017 TAXES:  $449.62         MINERALS:  Sellers minerals sell with the property, there is no production.

 

DESCRIPTION:  Here is a smaller sized acreage that is filled with diversity and some big hunting opportunities.  The pasture is high country on the south and rolls downhill to the creek and timber in the valley.  The pasture has a deep stand of grass and brush and timbered draws to provide plenty of cover for deer and other wildlife.  The east branch of Clear Creek dissects the property with timbered wildlife cover.  It does not always run year around, but even in the current drought, there were pools of water.  North of the creek are tillable acres that provide for a great food source. While on the property, we saw signs of a lot of wildlife and caught many deer and turkeys on our camera. With a little management and a couple of food plots, this property is set up to attract some big deer!

 

There are a total of 78.55 ag acres that consist of 60.8 acres of Native Grass and timber and 17.75 dryland acres (84.4% Irwin silty clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes, 15.6% Verdigris silt loam, channeled, 0 to 2 percent slopes, frequently flooded).  The pasture has not been grazed for some time, as you will see by the tall native grass and brush, which provide for good wildlife cover.  Fences are in below average to nonexistent condition.  There are no leases on the property.  The only improvements are an old style horse barn and an old well that hasn’t been used for years, which sits on the north along 260th St.  FSA Information not available at time of printing.

 

REAL ESTATE TERMS:  Earnest money at signing of the contract is $10,000 made payable to Security 1st Title of Marion.  Balance is due at closing on or before May 18, 2018 at which time Appropriate Deed will be given.  Title insurance fees and closing fees of the title co are split 50/50 between the buyer and seller.  The 2018 taxes will be paid by the buyer and all 2018 income will be retained by the buyer. Buyer will receive full possession at the time of closing, with no ag lease or hunting lease.  Early possession for ag use to a qualified buyer will be possible with confirmation of the seller. The property is sold as is, in its present condition, with no warranties or guarantees. You the buyer must rely on your own judgement or have your own inspections done prior to the auction. All financing arrangements must be made prior to the auction. All information has been gathered from Marion Co sources and is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over advertisements.

 

For more photos, visit our website at www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & AUCTION

305 Broadway

Cottonwood Falls, KS  66845

Phone:  620-273-6421

Fax:  620-273-6425

Toll Free:  1-866-273-6421

www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

 

AUCTIONEERS

Rick Griffin

Cell:  620-343-0473

Chuck Maggard

Cell:  620-794-8824

 

IN THE OFFICE

Nancy Griffin

Heidi Maggard

 

Your Satisfaction is Our Top Priority!

213 W 6th St, Lincolnville, KS US

78.55 Acres of Mixed Use Land in Marion County

Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00pm

SELLER:  Helen Selsor, Trustee of the Helen Selsor Living Trust, dated the 6th day of October, 2010

Griffin Real Estate & Auction

305 Broadway

Cottonwood Falls, KS  66845

620-273-6421

www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

AUCTION DATE:  Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00PM  

AUCTION LOCATION:  Lincolnville Community Center, 213 W 6th St, Lincolnville, KS  66858 

PROPERTY LOCATION:  From Lincolnville, KS go south on US-56 for approx. 2.8 mi. to 260th St OR from the east side of Marion, KS go east on KS-256 for 2.0 mi to US-77, turn north and continue on US-77/US-56 for 7.0 mi to 260th St. and turn east and continue for 1.4 mi to the northwest corner of said property on the south side of the county road.  Watch for signs.

For more photos, visit our website at www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:  If you are an outdoorsman, you will want to look at this property!  It’s difficult to find this much diversity in a tract this size.  This could make a great hunting property, with lots of cover and signs of wildlife, along with some income from the cropland, this could be it.  With easy access between Marion and Lincolnville, don’t miss this opportunity!  We look forward to seeing you at the auction!

BRIEF LEGAL:  The East Half of the Northeast Quarter (E/2 NE/4) of Section Thirty-six (36), Township Eighteen (18) South, Range Four (4) East of the 6th P.M., Marion Co. Kansas, containing M/L 78.55 acres.

2017 TAXES:  $449.62         MINERALS:  Sellers minerals sell with the property, there is no production.

DESCRIPTION:  Here is a smaller sized acreage that is filled with diversity and some big hunting opportunities.  The pasture is high country on the south and rolls downhill to the creek and timber in the valley.  The pasture has a deep stand of grass and brush and timbered draws to provide plenty of cover for deer and other wildlife.  The east branch of Clear Creek dissects the property with timbered wildlife cover.  It does not always run year around, but even in the current drought, there were pools of water.  North of the creek are tillable acres that provide for a great food source. While on the property, we saw signs of a lot of wildlife and caught many deer and turkeys on our camera. With a little management and a couple of food plots, this property is set up to attract some big deer!

There are a total of 78.55 ag acres that consist of 60.8 acres of Native Grass and timber and 17.75 dryland acres (84.4% Irwin silty clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes, 15.6% Verdigris silt loam, channeled, 0 to 2 percent slopes, frequently flooded).  The pasture has not been grazed for some time, as you will see by the tall native grass and brush, which provide for good wildlife cover.  Fences are in below average to nonexistent condition.  There are no leases on the property.  The only improvements are an old style horse barn and an old well that hasn’t been used for years, which sits on the north along 260th St.  FSA Information not available at time of printing.

REAL ESTATE TERMS:  Earnest money at signing of the contract is $10,000 made payable to Security 1st Title of Marion.  Balance is due at closing on or before May 18, 2018 at which time Appropriate Deed will be given.  Title insurance fees and closing fees of the title co are split 50/50 between the buyer and seller.  The 2018 taxes will be paid by the buyer and all 2018 income will be retained by the buyer. Buyer will receive full possession at the time of closing, with no ag lease or hunting lease.  Early possession for ag use to a qualified buyer will be possible with confirmation of the seller. The property is sold as is, in its present condition, with no warranties or guarantees. You the buyer must rely on your own judgement or have your own inspections done prior to the auction. All financing arrangements must be made prior to the auction. All information has been gathered from Marion Co sources and is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over advertisements.

For more photos, visit our website at www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & AUCTION

305 Broadway

Cottonwood Falls, KS  66845

Phone:  620-273-6421

Fax:  620-273-6425

Toll Free:  1-866-273-6421

www.GriffinRealEstateAuction.com

AUCTIONEERS

Rick Griffin

Cell:  620-343-0473

Chuck Maggard

Cell:  620-794-8824

IN THE OFFICE

Nancy Griffin

Heidi Maggard

Your Satisfaction is Our Top Priority!

Disclaimer:

Announcement: Information contained herein is presented on behalf of the seller. Griffin Real Estate & Auction Service LC, agent for the seller, cannot guarantee the information to be correct or assume the liabilities for errors and omissions. All lines drawn on maps are approximate. Buyers should verify the information to their own satisfaction. Any announcements made from the auction block on day of auction will take precedence over any matter of print and will be final.