This piece of property is 107 acres located in the Flint Hills in Greenwood county, Ks. It has rolling hills with Native Blue Stem grass. It was used mainly for cattle grazing, but has great potential for an outdoorsman's retreat. There has been trophy whitetails, and turkeys taken off of here many years ago. Not to mension it hasn't been hunted in years! It has a secluded group of trees on it that holds all sorts of wildlife. The land owner and I actually kicked up a covey of quail while he was showing it to me. There are two live spring fed streams and a small pond on it. It had cattle on it the previous years, but there are no cattle out there currently. If you are looking for a prime area to hunt this place has great potential to kill a trophy whitetail! The mineral rights do remain with the curret land owner, but are negotiable. For more details contact Ryan Koelsch at 620-546-3746.