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Location: Oskaloosa, KS
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A friend is selling their farm, and it is a great opportunity to homestead the permaculture way:

Country property in Leavenworth County, 30 miles west of Kansas City.
20224 235th St. Tonganixie, Kansas 66086

12.5 acres includes pasture woods, pond and 3 intermittent streams.
Ranch style home with 3 upper level bedrooms, plus a separate one bedroom basement apartment with walk-out entrance.

• Large concrete deck with custom metal railing surrounds 3 sides.
• New private wood deck off master bedroom with French door connection.
• New metal roof, siding, and guttering.
• New carpet, linoleum, and paint throughout.
wood burning stove heats whole house.
• Forced air heat and AC.

Sunken garden with storm-safe room.

3 acres of lawn and garden including raised beds and spiral herb garden.
Orchard includes: 12 chestnuts, 3 peach, 3 apple, 2 pear, 5 cherry, and mulberry, 3 Forsythia, 2 Rose of Sharon, and 10 Lilacs

The 9 acre forest is heavy with walnuts; ginseng close to maturity; lots of morel mushrooms.

1200 sq ft multi-purpose building with power and water.
400 sq ft out-building

Small livestock paddock

Hand dug well retains water all year. During rainy season pond fills to 120’ X 30’.

Early version of permaculture master plan, and USDA soil survey available.

Contact: Jack Zedaker jwzedaker@yahoo.com
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