It is this Broker's opinion that this is one of the most unusual properties in southwestern Nebraska. This property offers several potential building spots that offer seclusion to go along with piece, tranquility and recreation. Buy it for yourself or divide it up among your friends or family. Access is via a good county road on the east side or a private road to the western portion of the property. There is electric power to the east and on the west.
The property lays on the north side and offers access to Jeffery Reservoir which is on the CNPPID managed canal system. This management does include some limited setback restrictions along the shore. CNPPID personnel does have the ability to access the canal by crossing the property on the private road in the west part of the property.
There are 6 bays within the over 2 miles of shoreline of the lake. A couple of these bays offer jet ski recreation but most are very shallow. During the high water level time there is one interior bay that you can get boat into. The far east bay would offer limited boat docking with some development of the shore.
The hunting on this property is truly a mixed bag opportunity. Mule deer are living on the property. You will see an occasional whitetail. Turkey hunting is very good. There is a point in the southwestern portion that offers a tremendous goose blind location. Pheasant and quail have been seen on the property. The fishing on the reservoir and canal includes several species of fish.
Lake front living, camping, hunting, fishing, boating, ATV trails and hiking are several of the activities that this property can offer to you as the new owner.
The property is 5 miles from the Brady, NE I-80 Exit 199 and about 30 minutes from North Platte, NE and about 70 minutes from Kearney, NE. Jeffery Lake is home to many full time and part time residences.
If you are looking for a life changing opportunity this property may be what you are looking for. THIS PROPERTY IS SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
LAND USE: The farm is currently enrolled into the Conservation Reserve Program which pays $6,135 annually to the owner. The contract ends September 2021.
SUMMARY: This property is an outstanding opportunity for mule deer and upland bird hunting. The deer hang out on this quarter which is surrounded by irrigated cropland. The pheasant population on the property has been tremendous. If you are looking for that honey hole to harvest your deer this fall, take a look here.
RECORD SETTING BUCK: This Buck was harvested off the property in 2010. He scored 243 5/8 Boone & Crockett. At that time he was the 5th largest non-typical mule deer in Nebraska.
LOCATION: 10 miles southwest of Wallace, NE in southwestern Lincoln County.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T9N – R34W of the 6th P.M., Lincoln County, NE, Section 18: SW1/4
ACRES: Lincoln County Assessor indicates there are 149.97 taxed acres.
TAXES: 2015 taxes payable in 2016 are $1,448.88.
LOCATION: On Old Highway 83 in southern Lincoln County, 22 miles south of North Platte or 10 miles north of Wellfleet, NE
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Tract to be surveyed in Section 13—T10N – R30W of the 6th P.M., Lincoln County, Nebraska
ACRES: The tract to be surveyed will be approximately 205 acres.
TAXES: 2018 taxes payable in 2019 are $TBD.
LAND USE: There are 200 Middle Republican certified irrigated acres. The soils consist of 47.4% very good Class II Hord and Anselmo fine sandy loam, 31.3% Class III Anselmo-Holdrege and Hersh loams with the balance being mostly Class IV soils. The east and south part of the pivot field lay very good. There is a large hill in the northwest part with gradual slopes. Nelson County Road offers access to the north side and Old Highway 83 on the east side.
Irrigation Equipment: Zimmatic 9 tower long span pivot with drop sprinkler package, 215 hp Cat 3126 diesel engine, Randolph gear, Sargent pump and 2000 fuel tank. All irrigation equipment at the pivot point was replaced in 2007. Well bushings were replaced in 2004. A valve job was completed on the Cat motor in 2013. The Cat motor has 8,599 hours.
Irrigation Well: G-049503 drilled in Feb. 1976 to 479’; Static water at drilling was 157’ pump set at 180’ rated at 1,300 gpm. 200 Middle Republican NRD certified irrigated acres with 66.5” remaining for the 2018-2022 allocation period.
FSA BASE: FSA information is unavailable at listing time.
SUMMARY: The Seller will have the pivot surveyed on the existing fence line in the south and west and around the edge of the irrigated cropland in the northwest and northeast corners of the farm. The farm can be available for full possession at closing or the new owner could continue a relationship with the past tenant. Rental rates of $200/irrigated acre are common in the area.
Duane McClain, Listing Broker
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