This 80 acres of bermuda grass could be the perfect canvas for many different purposes. The property would serve as a great building site being located just 1.5 miles north of the Highway 11 & Highway 132 intersection in western Grant County. The property has highway frontage on the west side and there is electricity running north-south, down the highway that could easily be brought into the farm as well. This 80 acre tract has the best recorded water well in the county on it at over 700 gallons per minute and is only 6 miles as the crow flies from the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge. Not only could you build your personal home on this place, but it would make a great setting for a hunting lodge or headquarters for a waterfowl operation. The amount of water available on this property via the one existing well, or the several that could be drilled is enough that all you need to do is the dirt work, plant it, turn the water on, and once the wetlands or ponds are full, the waterfowl hunting will inevitably be first class. If the Bermuda grass was drilled to wheat the geese and sandhill crane would use the farm regularly along with the ducks. The farms bordering this 80 to the south and east both have good numbers of whitetail on them and the deer will regularly cross the southeast portion of this 80. The whitetails would be even more regular on the eastern portion of the farm if it was planted to wheat in the fall. The farm is currently being used as pasture for cattle and could continue serving that purpose if someone is just looking to add some grazing land to the operation. Regardless of your intentions, this is a unique farm that, if set up properly, could provide the right buyer with all kinds of opportunity. Call me today and let's talk more about all the options this farm has to offer.