Here is an unusual place 20 Miles NW of Crawford, NE over looking Round Top and the badlands. This one of a kind 160 acre ranch known as Eagles Eye Ranch is off the beaten path, surrounded by Forest Service land – Ogallala National Grasslands and Adjacent to the Aspen enclosure. The property is unique in that it has a variety of diverse vegetation which draws in wildlife including, White Tail, Mule Deer, Elk Mountain Lion and Bobcat, Turkey and Ducks with occasional visitors of Big Horn Sheep. The property is loaded with chokecherry, plums, currants, gooseberries, elder berries and wild grapes, crab apples and a couple varieties of apple trees. There is a large stand of Quaking Aspens along with Burr Oaks, Black Walnut, Box Elder, Green Ash, Rocky Mountain Maple along with Hackberries, American Elm and of course Ponderosa Pines. A marsh area and a pond are located on the north draw and the pond has been stocked with Trout. Some in the size of 22-24” in length. Both draws on the ranch have seeps and springs along the entire length. Most of the draws and wildlife corridors are fenced off to enhance the water quality and there are 2 stock tanks and 2 wells on the property.
The living areas include a 2015 14×56 single wide trailer with sturdy front and back decks and its own personal landscaped yard. There is also a 12×18 one room cabin loaded with lots of charm including a pot belly stove. A finished 40×50 Lester building home on a concrete slab with 10 foot covered porches and Pella Impervia windows. The interior needs to be finished to your liking. A detached finished 30×40 Lester garage insulated and lined with blue stain rough cut lumber is close to the home. The yard around the Lester building and garage is somewhat landscaped seeded with blue grass/buffalo grass mixture and planted Black Walnut, Black Locust sapplings as well as Quacking Aspen sapplings from the pond. For your horses pleasure there is a 40×50 Lester horse barn with 3- 12×12 indoor stalls and exterior dutch doors that lead to an extra 10×12 covered runs. A 10x 16 insulated and rough cut paneled tack room is also in this lovely barn. Your horses will also enjoy another 12×36 rough cut lumber run in shed divided up in 3- 12×12 stalls. Note: all the milled rough cut lumber is harvested from the property and all roofs on each building are tin. Eagles Eye Ranch is a wonderful diversified, out of the way, hunters paradise and a must see.
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Milo Rd, Harrison, Sioux County, Nebraska