000 Paloma Ln

South Hutchinson, KS 67505

  • LAND
  • MLS#42208
$6,500
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Property Remarks

Prairie Ridge Block 4 Lot 18. Additional lots available.

Property Details

Property Type
Land
Listing Type
Sale
Geographic Zone
South Hutchinson
Mineral Rights Included
Yes
Mineral Rights Currently Leased
No
Water Rights Included
Yes
Water Rights Currently Leased
No
Oil & Gas Rights Included
Yes
Oil & Gas Rights Currently Leased
No

Schools

Elementary School Area
South Hutchinson
Elementary School
South Hutchinson
Middle School
Reno Valley
High School
Nickerson

Location

City
South Hutchinson
State
KS
Zip
67505

Presented By:

Jo Alonso

Sales Associate
Residential
316.518.8510

Financial

Possession
At Closing
Assumable
No
Yearly General Taxes
$1,964.43
Yearly Special Taxes
$1,847.17

Additional Features

Lot Dimensions
14,862 sq ft
Flood Insurance Required
Unknown
Road Surface
Blacktop / Asphalt
Equipment Included
No
Lot Improvements
Curb & Gutter
Road Frontage
City
Topography
Level
Sewer
AVAILABLE-City Sewer
Utilities
AVAILABLE-Electric
Water
AVAILABLE-City Water

South Hutchinson

South Hutchinson Schools

Nickerson-South Hutchinson Unified School District #309, located in Reno County Kansas, comprises 187.5 square miles of mostly rural areas.  USD 309 is a district that celebrates diversity, quality instruction and successful student achievement.

The teachers are highly committed educators who strive daily to inspire and challenge every child, every day. They are dedicated to delivering a standards-based curriculum that is robust and relevant to the real world, in order to provide students the knowledge and skills needed for success in college and careers. USD 309 is currently made up of 2 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 1 high school.  All four buildings are fully accredited through the Kansas State Department of Education Quality Performance Accreditation process.

(Source- USD 309-www.usd309ks.com)

South Hutchinson Lifestyle

With a population of about 2,500 people, South Hutchinson is a small community with big attractions. Hutchinson offers many attractions including the Hutchinson Zoo, Kansas Cosmosphere Space Center, and Strataca Salt Museum. South Hutchinson offers a variety of restaurants and local businesses.

South Hutchinson Transportation

South Hutchinson is located north of highway KS-61 and between KS-96 and KS-61. Downtown Hutchinson is less than 10 minutes from South Hutchinson.

South Hutchinson Local Attractions/Activities

Journey Mennonite Church, South Hutchinson Christian Church and several other churches call South Hutchinson home. South Hutchinson’s close proximity to Hutchinson offers a variety of attractions including the Hutchinson Zoo, Strataca Salt Museum, and Kansas Cosmosphere Space Center.

South Hutchinson – History

Ben Blanchard organized a town company, which was known as the Inter-State Investment Co., on May 28, 1886. The company purchased 280 acres of land south of the river. On June 1, 1886, the town company obtained a state charter for South Hutchinson, Kansas. Soon there was a large population boom in the new town and South Hutchinson was incorporated by the Board of County Commissioners on January 4, 1887, into a city of the third class. The first city election was held on January 18, 1887.

Blanchard wanted a new attraction for South Hutchinson and became interested in finding oil. In his mind, he was convinced that a vast oil supply lay under South Hutchinson soil. He hired a firm to drill for oil. As the days went by and no oil was found, Blanchard became worried. To ensure a discovery, he dumped a few barrels into the hole when the drilling reached the appropriate depth. In the meantime, his well produced a vein of salt. He had no interest in salt and was disappointed.

The Pennsylvania Salt Works was the first salt plant. Blanchard's only interest in salt was the publicity. Everything was going great until a severe wind and rain storm struck the town. Many of the buildings were heavily damaged or destroyed. He had spent his investors' money and did not have the capital to rebuild.

Blanchard's boom town had crumbled, the glitter of the new town was gone. The town founder vanished, many of the houses and businesses were moved, torn down, or sold by the early 1890s to pay creditors. The people of South Hutchinson did not want their town to become a ghost town. They worked hard to keep the town alive. Improvements came slowly, but the people didn't give up, and their perseverance led to today's prosperous community.

(Source- City of South Hutchinson-www.southhutch.com)

Population
2489
Established Date
1887
Distance from Wichita
46.95
Distance from Hutchinson
2.79

No Commercial properties found within 15% listing price up to 10 miles away.

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