Neosho County Kansas - Land, Farms & Ranches - Property ID: 8272233

Property ID: 8272233 - Neosho County Kansas

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Property ID: 8272233 - Neosho County Kansas

Property ID: 8272233

County: Neosho

Type: Lakefront Property, Recreational Property

Acres: 0.43

Address: 00000 Lost Lake Rd

City: Thayer

State: Kansas

Zip:

Price: $5,000.00

Status: Available
Directions: Contact Selling Agent for Driving Directions
Description: Just 4 miles from the small southeastern Kansas town of Thayer, this beautiful waterfront lot is found on peaceful Lost Lake. Big catfish and bass are seen right off the shore which makes for a great place to go out after a long week and throw a line in the water. This lot provides private accessibility to exceptional fishing opportunities. Lost Lake is a private lake and is only accessible to bordering land owners which provides lakefront access without the lakefront hassle that comes with publicly accessible lakes. This lot is located about 2 hours from both Kansas City, Kansas and Wichita, Kansas. Great for weekend getaways! Lakefront Property Exceptional Fishing Private Lake Access 18731.00 Sq. Ft. lot Neosho County, KS 2 Hours from Kansas City and Wichita If you have any other questions about this property or would like to visit the property please call: Garrett Whitson at 620-205-6251 or our office at 620-325-4046.

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Contact Name: Matt Wonser

Phone Number: (620) 325-4046

Fax: (620) 325-4092


Address1: 1007 Main Street

City: Neodesha

State: KS

Zip: 66757

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