AUCTION Sat., Apr. 21 @ 10am

Property Remarks

This land has approximately 160 wooded acres, excellent deer hunting property. There is a the Berm home located on it. The land and home will be offered at public auction on April 21, 2018, at 10:00 am, a non-refundable $25,000 earnest deposit the day of the sale, cash to Seller at closing. Will not be subject to financing. Shown by appointment only. Personal property will sell immediately after real estate. Improvements include: 3040 sq ft Berm Home, 3 car+ garage/shop. Shop is 30 x 40 has electricity & concrete floor. Home features 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, large kitchen with a lot of cabinetry, eating bar, appliances. Kitchen is open to dining room and family room. Beautiful double stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings, great open space! The large laundry room leads to the garage. Master bedroom & bath with double closets, separate shower and tub. Shower can also be accessed from the mud room! *****This property is also listed in the SCKMLS under residential MLS#547701

Property Details

Number of Acres
158.6
Lot Size/SqFt
689,034

Schools

School District
Central School District (USD 462)
Elementary School
Central
Middle School
Central
High School
Central

Location

County
Cowley
Area
C30 - Other Towns
Subdivision
Atlanta, Town Of
City
Atlanta
State
KS
Zipcode
67008

Presented By:

Rick Hopper

Sales Associate
Auction,Residential
620.229.3590

Financial

HOA
No
Yearly General Taxes
$2,013.14
General Tax Year
2017
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Builder Options
Closed Builder
Shape/Location
Rectangular
Topographic
Rolling
Present Usage
Pasture
Flood Insurance
Unknown
Road Frontage
Gravel
Utilities Available
Electricity
Lagoon
Private Water
Propane
Imporvements
Farm House
Fencing
Outbuildings
Garage
Livestock Barn
Other Features
Mineral Rights Included

Atlanta

Atlanta City Schools

Atlanta students attend school in the Winfield Unified School District 465. USD 465 - Winfield Public Schools is located approximately 40 miles southeast of Wichita. Winfield is a rural community of about 12,000 people with easy access to Wichita. Winfield Public Schools has a 4A high school, a middle school, an intermediate school for 5th and 6th grade students, four K-4 elementary schools and Webster Early Learning Center for pre-school students.  Approximately 2,300 students attend Winfield Public Schools.

USD 465 is the sponsoring district for the Cowley County Special Services Cooperative. CCSSC provides services to special needs students who attend school in USD 470-Arkansas City, USD 462-Central of Burden, USD 285-Cedar Vale, USD 471-Dexter, USD 463-Udall, and USD 465-Winfield.

(Source- USD 465-www.usd465.com)

Atlanta Lifestyle

With a population of 194 (2013), Atlanta residents enjoy a small town community and world class Kansas scenery. The surrounding area offers many different attractions and outdoor activities for the family.

Atlanta Transportation

Winfield is a 30 minute commute from Atlanta. Downtown Wichita and Wellington are both an hour from Atlanta. Derby and Augusta are both under 45 minutes from Atlanta.

Atlanta Local Attractions/Activities

Atlanta is home to Paddlefoot Barbecue. Derby and Augusta offer many local attractions that are less than 45 minutes away including the Augusta City Lake and Rock River Rapids.

Atlanta – History

The first town was Omnia, 2 miles west and 2 miles south of the present Atlanta. It was thought the railroad was coming that direction.  Then there were rumors the railroad was going 1½ miles south and 1 mile east. The town was moved and called Baltimore. The railroad finally came through where the present Atlanta is, so Baltimore was moved to what is now Atlanta.  (For a time the new town was known as "Day".)  The first depot agent was from Atlanta, Georgia and named the new town Atlanta.

The town site was surveyed in April 1885 and the first train ran between Beaumont and the state line on August 28, 1885.

Atlanta was built on land purchased from William H. Day  located in  the Southwest quarter of section 15 and the Southeast quarter of section 16 in Omnia Township.  William H. Day was president of the town site company.

William Earnest Darlington, the son of George and Lettie (Gillard) Darlington drove the stake that established the town site. He was born in Illinois and was twelve years old at this time.

(Source- East Central Cowley County Historical Society-www.eccchistory.org)

Population
195
Established Date
1885
Distance from Wichita
48.27
Distance from Hutchinson
96.87
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