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Thornton 17-May-19
Thornton 17-May-19
trophyhill 17-May-19
Trial153 17-May-19
Thornton 17-May-19
Shug 17-May-19
jingalls 17-May-19
Trial153 17-May-19
Trial153 18-May-19
oldgoat 18-May-19
Shug 18-May-19
Paul@thefort 18-May-19
leftee 18-May-19
Forest bows 18-May-19
bowbender77 18-May-19
Bloodtrail 18-May-19
skipmaster1 18-May-19
Thornton 18-May-19
elkmo 18-May-19
Thornton 18-May-19
Thornton 18-May-19
Ziek 18-May-19
deerslayer 18-May-19
jingalls 18-May-19
WV Mountaineer 19-May-19
From: Thornton
17-May-19
I'm always looking at land prices when I have down time at work. I saw this in my home county and couldn't believe the size of the nontypical! And no, I'm not a real estate guy

https://sundgren.com/premier-home-220-acres-hunting-recreation-butler-county-kansas/

From: Thornton
17-May-19

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From: trophyhill
17-May-19
What do they feed those deer in Kansas?

From: Trial153
17-May-19
I can’t get over how cheap the taxes are. Lot of value there.

From: Thornton
17-May-19
Cheap?!! Those taxes would almost pay my farm payment every year! They do vary from one county to the next. That place is in Butler County and taxes are very high here. As for the buck, I've hunted here my entire life and never seen one that big.

From: Shug
17-May-19
I always said if I ever hit the lottery for 100’s of millions I’d buy lots of homes all over that butted up to nice blocks of woods so I had a place to park when I snuck into the woods to hunt

From: jingalls
17-May-19
Land taxes are very cheap. If you put a house on it then it’s another story!

From: Trial153
17-May-19
The taxes for that house and that amount of land is dirt cheap. The same set up in my neck of the woods would be 35k a year.

From: Trial153
18-May-19
I am curious to see what that place sells for. I am having a hard time finding comps....am I out of ball park thinking 1.9 to 2.2 million?

From: oldgoat
18-May-19

oldgoat's Link

From: Shug
18-May-19

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The house with 80 acres is estimated at $810,000

From: Paul@thefort
18-May-19
You would think if the Bowsiters as the PY Convention could raise `$13,000 for the conservation effort in just an hour, I just bet the $810,000 could be raised in a day or so.

How about it? Who is in? Looks like Pat will front at least have of that, and maybe more. ON second thought, Pat buys it and we can be guests. Yea, I can yard mow and clean a few bathrooms when I am not hunting. :)

From: leftee
18-May-19
"Land taxes are very cheap. If you put a house on it then it’s another story! "

Jingalls nailed the Ks land reality.Put that place in Neosha County and the taxes would likely be in line with 'eastern' standards.

From: Forest bows
18-May-19
1.2 will be top's on that place

From: bowbender77
18-May-19
No thanks !

From: Bloodtrail
18-May-19
I’m with Pat. I pay almost double that in taxes in CT on my house on 2 1/2 acres. And that doesn’t include car taxes etc.

From: skipmaster1
18-May-19
I pay $12,000 in taxes for 3/4 and acre in NY

From: Thornton
18-May-19
I pay $200/year in taxes on 80 acres a county east of there

From: elkmo
18-May-19
ok ..which are the some of the lowest county taxes in KS? Compared to MO, KS is high.

From: Thornton
18-May-19
Here's another one on 80 acres only a few miles from the one above for $1.1 million

https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/61729566_zpid/globalrelevanceex_sort/37.999139,-96.669044,37.638432,-97.284279_rect/10_zm/

From: Thornton
18-May-19
elkmo, just about any county at least an hour from a city is pretty cheap. The closer you get to a decent size town, the higher they are.

From: Ziek
18-May-19
Whatever the taxes are currently, they can change overnight, by the county simply rezoning the land. Where I live, we paid about $30 a year per 40 acres (we had 160 acres at one time), of unimproved land zoned open. One year the tax bills surprised everyone at about $4,000.00 per 40 acres when it was rezoned unimproved residential. No prior notice, no successful appeals. Fortunately for us, we had sold one parcel years before, and two others the previous tax year (we had already built on one parcel and that was already zoned residential, which is actually less than unimproved residential).

From: deerslayer
18-May-19
What an incredible house and property!

From: jingalls
18-May-19
Trail, you are not out of the ball park. The land alone will bring $650k+. That house is worth over a million.

19-May-19
Its a very nice home. On a very nice place.

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