Hooray Ranch hunting venue for sale in central Kansas for $32 million

Hooray Ranch in Reno County, Kansas contains more than 2,200 acres of land for hunting.

A prized gem in the plains just went on the industry for $32 million. This 2,200- acre hunting venue is distribute throughout five counties in central Kansas.

“Hooray Ranch is a single of the most significant (agricultural recreation facility) kinds for sale,” reported Tom McFarlane, Whitetail Qualities Genuine Estate land specialist who is listing the house. “You will find only a few of these kind attributes in the Midwest. They are pretty difficult to come by.”

Like other agricultural lands in the U.S., McFarlane expects this residence, which was established in 2013, to move promptly. 

Spanning five counties, which contains the ranch and 11 non-adjacent farms, the land is loaded with waterfowl, pheasants and deer.

The major campus in Reno County features a 10,000-square-foot mansion, a 9,000-sq.-foot lodge, a gourmet farm-to-desk eating area, orchards, a vegetable and herb yard, lushly embellished guest rooms and leading hunting facilities. The 11 farms and hunting lands are in Harper, Kingman, Reno and Sumner counties, with the most farmland becoming held in Stafford County.