Seward County Whitetail Run-West Parcel

$540,000 Seward, NE 68434, USA
Recreational Vacant Land
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100 Acres

This has a fantastic foundation to be a premier hunting property for whitetail deer, turkey and upland game. Live water, a pond, timber, and tall grasses create that perfect combination for trophy whitetails.  Plum Creek runs throughout the entire property North to South and holds deep banks and lots of timber, while the prairie hay fields make the perfect setup for food plot development.  On average, the prairie hay provides 110 tons per year on the first cutting and 65-70 tons on the second.

The property was once home to Plum Creek Gun Shop. The building, that was once the gun shop, was built in 1975 and  is 25’ x 54’ with an overhead door shop area to house a vehicle or tractor. There is a main level that housed the shop itself with a basement below. Some work could be done to the inside and the roof, but the structure is very good. There is also a very nice 42’x81’ Cleary building built in 2002. This building is located right off of Waverly Road and would have ample storage to hold all your toys and hunting equipment.  There is an extremely rare 100 yard underground rifle target range located on the Southeast end of the property. If you are looking for something none of your hunting buddies have it would make the perfect conversation piece.

This land has excellent investment potential with opportunities to build a home along the county road. With its location being right on the outskirts of Seward it has that country feel, yet the amenities of town are just minutes away.  With location, recreation, and income combined this land has endless opportunities.

Income Potential:
110 Tons Average yield  Prairie Hay First Cutting @ $100/ton = $11,000
65 Tons Average yield Prairie Hay  Second Cutting @ $100/ton = $6,500

Legal Description: SW 1/4 of 10-11N-3E Seward County, NE

Taxes: TBD

Address: Seward, NE 68434
County: Seward

Buyers and Sellers acknowledge all represented acres are based on the County Assessor’s records. Buyers acknowledge that they are purchasing a legal description, and acknowledge that fences may or may not be on the property lines.

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