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155.5 +/- Acres @ 181st & 212th Rd

Burden, KS 67019

  • Land
  • MLS#588342
AUCTION Thursday, October 22 at 2:00 PM

Property Remarks

Property offered at ONLINE ONLY auction. BIDDING OPENS: Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 at 2:00 PM (cst) | BIDDING CLOSES: Thursday, November 12th, 2020 at 2:05PM) (cst). Bidding will remain open on this property until 1 minute has passed without receiving a bid. No scheduled open house. Property will be available to preview by appointment only. CLEAR TITLE AT CLOSING, NO BACK TAXES. Great opportunity to own 155.5 +/- acres of recreational land just south of Burden, KS! 155.5+/- acres of mostly native grass Wildlife/recreational opportunity Dirt road access Plenty of trees Stream/river  Pond/lake Sale price will be calculated based on 155.5 +/- acres. For more information see the disclosures. *Buyer should verify school assignments as they are subject to change. The real estate is offered at public auction in its present, “as is where is” condition and is accepted by the buyer without any expressed or implied warranties or representations from the seller or seller‘s agents. It is incumbent upon buyer to exercise buyer‘s own due diligence, investigation, and evaluation of suitability of use for the real estate prior to bidding. It is buyer‘s responsibility to have any and all desired inspections completed prior to bidding including, but not limited to, the following: roof; structure; termite; environmental; survey; encroachments; groundwater; flood designation; presence of lead-based paint or lead based paint hazards; presence of radon; presence of asbestos; presence of mold; electrical; appliances; heating; air conditioning; mechanical; plumbing (including water well, septic, or lagoon compliance); sex offender registry information; flight patterns, or any other desired inspection. Any information provided or to be provided by seller or seller‘s agents was obtained from a variety of sources and neither seller nor seller‘s agents have made any independent investigation or verification of such information and make no representation as to the accuracy or completeness of such information. Auction announcements take precedence over anything previously stated or printed. Total purchase price will include a 10% buyer‘s premium ($1,500.00 minimum) added to the final bid. The real estate will be open for previewing one hour prior to the real estate auction, or by scheduled appointment. Earnest money is due from the high bidder at the auction in the form of cash, check, or immediately available, certified funds in the amount $20,000

Property Details

Number of Acres


School District
Winfield School District (USD 465)
Elementary School
Winfield Schools
Middle School
High School


OUT - Out of Area

Presented By:

Jo Alonso

Sales Associate


Yearly General Taxes
General Tax Year
Short Sale

Additional Features

Builder Options
Open Builder
Level, Pond/Lake, Rolling, Stream/River
Present Usage
Flood Insurance
Road Frontage
Utilities Available
Other/See Remarks


Dexter City Schools

Dexter students attend school in the Dexter Unified School District 471. The Dexter school district currently has 149 students enrolled (2015). Students can participate in many activities including basketball, track, and baseball.

Dexter Lifestyle

Dexter is home to 279 residents (2013). Dexter is a quiet community with its own school district. Dexter is a short commute to many surrounding attractions including the Cherokee Land Rush Museum and Wellington Regent Theatre.   

Dexter Transportation

Highway KS-15 runs through the east side of Dexter. Wellington is under an hour away and Arkansas City and Winfield are both less than 30 minutes from Dexter.

Dexter Local Attractions/Activities

Dexter is home to the Dexter Christian Church. Surrounding cities like Wellington, Winfield, and Arkansas City offer attractions like the Cherokee Land Rush Museum and Wellington Regent Theatre.

Dexter – History

In 1903, the community of Dexter was celebrating the hopes of economic prosperity as a "howling gasser" had been discovered.  The citizens were excited about a large pocket of gas that was found below the earth.  A huge celebration was planned including a band, speeches and games.  The evening would end with the lighting of the gas that was billed to "light the entire countryside for a day and a night".

Imagine the community's dismay as the gas wouldn't burn!!

A geologist at Kansas University was intrigued by the event and arranged for a sample to be delivered.  After several years of research, in 1905, helium was discovered in Dexter.

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Established Date
Distance from Wichita
Distance from Hutchinson

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