Outdoors Persons Dream Property In North Central Kansas

Description

An outdoorsman’s dream come true. This beautiful property sits on a bluff at the confluence of the Big Blue River and Fancy Creek on the north end of Tuttle Creek Lake in Riley County Kansas. The property is surrounded by the Army Corps of Engineer land, and water. The house was constructed using the base of what was once the water tower for the town of Randolph and then combined with a house that was built in 1908 and moved to the property from a nearby town. So the combination of these two structures makes for a solid and uniquely beautiful home. The home has original hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, two kitchens, custom cabinets, granite counter tops, updated windows, propane forced air furnace, and heat pumps. Additionally, a two-car garage was added along with a mother-in-law quarters built above so there is plenty of room to stretch out. The home comes fully furnished with modern appliances and has a two-story deck with amazing views across the valley. There is great deer and turkey hunting on the property and on hundreds of acres of neighboring Army Corps Of Engineers land. Tuttle Creek Lake, Fancy Creek, and the Big Blue River have created a world-class waterfowl hunting area just minutes from the front porch. In addition, Tuttle Creek Lake is well known for great fishing and plenty of other outdoor activities. Contact the land specialist for more details about this great property.

Property Details

  • World class waterfowl, whitetail deer, and turkeys are minutes from your front door
  • Spectacular views all year round
  • Very secluded
  • Cleared trail provides access to the lake
  • ¼ ac food plot
  • Well, electricity, and septic
  • Vinyl siding, metal roof, and new well pump
  • Propane forced air furnace and multiple heat pump wall units
  • Riding lawn mower and 16 ft. jon boat come with the property
  • 12 miles north east of Randolph
  • 22 miles north of Manhattan

16401 Axelton Hill Road, Lot #WP001
Randolph, Kansas 66554