The Hillsdale Ranch is a Johnson/Miami county borderline property awaiting new opportunities amid its picturesque 262+/- acres!
Located in the hottest growth funnels S of the KC metro & residing in the award-winning Spring Hill school district, the options are plentiful for this property! Spring Hill lies directly to the east, Gardner/Edgerton are just minutes away to the NW & Olathe is just a quick sprint north up hwy 169. The ranch's NW corner is framed by the intersection of 215th & Cedar Niles.
Blacktop spans over ~3500' N/S/E/W along the property for unlimited access options & rural water lines parallel the streets in both directions. Up the road to the E of the main entrance is an additional easement for access to the NE corner for even more blacktop accessibility! Quick commutes & just minutes from school, Sycamore Ridge golf course, BBQ, grocery, QT make this a win-win for future investment! The newly developed Sunrise at Timber Ridge residential development sits directly across the street from the ranch's N boundary line, proving residential development demand in the immediate area!
The terrain is diverse, but productive native grass pastures span the majority of the land and is hayed annually. Privately stocked ponds full of largemouth bass, crappie, a variety of other sunfish, a retention pond, oak-filled draws & hilltops ripe with future building sites also are some of the other attributes the property holds. Reclamation of additional pasture is currently in the works with active scrub & cedar removal.
Broad recreation opportunities exist as this property connects to the Corp of Engineers property and runs all the way to Hillsdale Lake. Hillsdale Lake offers miles of horse-back riding trails, fishing, boating, hunting, camping and a full-service marina. Previously managed big game harvests & the natural state of the surrounding properties supports all the habitat needs for monster drop-tine whitetail bucks! Hunting opportunities exist for: waterfowl, small game, turkey, quail, varmint & whitetail deer.
Nestled into a mature windbreak, a turn of the century farmhouse & outbuildings anchor the end of the meandering driveway. Perfect for a rustic hunting lodge. Mature apple, cherry & pear tree scattered around the yard. Farm income is generated from hay production, but hunting leases, rental income, harvestable timber, natural gas, or residential development all are other potential viable options.
Don't miss the chance to own one of the last large tracts in the area!
*Acres reported were acquired from County record are assumed accurate, but BUYER responsible for confirming all public records prior to purchase. Corp of Engineer boundary markers are staked inside the existing fence boundary on the SE corner. Two natural gas wells currently on the property. One of which supplies gas to the existing home.