The Kuhn land is located in Central Saskatchewan approximately 15 kilometers southwest of Prince Albert in the RM of Prince Albert (#461). Located just north of Lindsay Road, this scenic, rolling half section of land is an ideal location for your future acreage site. Natural gas and power are at the property, and several beautiful potential building sites offer panoramic views of the countryside. Land Details (as per seller): 309 total acres including approx 134.8 acres Perennial Tame Forage, 45.1 acres Mixed Natural Land, 127.9 acres Wetland Complex. NE 9-47-27-W2 159 Title Acres (ISC) and 160 Acres (SAMA) 50 Cultivated Acres (SAMA) 85 Pasture Acres (SAMA) 25 Wetland Acres (SAMA) $47,500 - 2013 Assessment $101,300 - 2017 Assessment Soil: Shellbrook Light Loam NW 9-47-27-W2 Ext 1 148.8 Title Acres (ISC) and 149 Acres (SAMA) 130 Cultivated Acres (SAMA) 19 Wetland Acres (SAMA) $75,800 - 2013 Assessment $168,200 - 2017 Assessment Soil: Shellbrook Light Loam The hayland (brome grass, wheatgrass, alfalfa) on NW9 was seeded in 2017. The hayland (Quack grass, Canada golden rod, blue grass, horsetail and reed grass) on NE9 was seeded prior to 2007 and left to naturalize. NOTE: This land is owned by Ducks Unlimited Canada and being sold under their Revolving Land Program. As a condition of the sale, the Buyer must agree to grant Ducks Unlimited Canada a conservation easement on the land.
The Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS® (SRAR) IDX Reciprocity listings are displayed in accordance with SRAR's MLS® Data Access Agreement and are copyright of the Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS®.
The above information is from sources deemed reliable but should not be relied upon without independent verification. The information presented here is for general interest only, no guarantees apply.
MLS®, REALTOR®, and the associated logos are trademarks of The Canadian Real Estate Association.