Property Remarks

Three bedroom, 1 bath stucco bungalow with a full, unfinished basement (basement was previously an apartment). Furnace, central AC and plumbing all two years old and the roof is three years old. Large formal dining room, good-sized bedroom and carport. **This sale also includes another house; a 1 bedroom, 604 sq.ft. cottage with 1 bonus room, a full bath with washer/dryer hook ups, kitchenette and a carport. Plumbing and electrical are updated and has newer windows. Hotel-style heat and air unit.

Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
1,308
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
1
Year Built
1900
Lot Type
City Lot

Schools

Elementary School Area
Avenue A
Elementary School
Avenue A
Middle School
Hutchinson
High School
Hutchinson

Location

City
Hutchinson
State
KS
Zip
67501

Presented By:

Angie Zwickl

Realtor
Residential
620.727.6611

Keith Zwickl Jr.

Sales Associate
Residential
620.899.9420

Exterior

Lot Info
Lot Dimensions
10,798
Approx. Lot Size
Under 0.50 Acre
Exterior Amenities
Porch-COVERED
Alley Access
Exterior Construction
Stucco
Roofing
Composition
Garage/Carport Type
Carport-1 CAR
Street Surface
Paved

Interior

Fireplace/Stove
Yes
Basement/Storm Shelter
Yes
Master Bath
No
Number of Bedrooms
1st/Main Floor
3
Number of Bathrooms
1st/Main Floor
1
Style
Bungalow/Cottage
Appliances/Equipment
Water Heater-GAS
Fireplace/Stove
1
Fireplace Insert
Dining
Formal Dining Room
Flooring
Carpet
Ceramic Tile
Wood
Basement/Foundation
Basement-FULL
Entrance-EXTERIOR
Laundry
Main Floor
Separate Utility
Interior Walls
Plaster
Sheetrock

Financial

HOA
No
Monthly Gross Rent
$650
Possession
On Closing
Assumable
No
Pre-Qualified Buyer
No
Yearly General Taxes
$1,312.68
General & Solid Waste Taxes
$1,054.68
Terms
ARM
Cash to Seller
Conventional

Additional Features

Central Air
Yes
Central Heat
Yes
Home Warranty Offered
No
Flood Insurance Required
No
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Req.
No
Cooling
Central Electric
Heating
Central Gas
Sewer
City Sewer
Water
City Water
Neighborhood Amenities
Playground/Park
Storage Facilities

Hutchinson

Hutchinson Schools

Hutchinson USD 308

Hutchinson students attend school in the Hutchinson Unified School District 308 with enrollment of about 5,000 students. USD 308 is made up of 7 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and 1 high school. Students can participate in a variety of activities including Business Professionals of America (BPA), Key Club, Scholar’s Bowl and many others.

Hutchinson Community College

For more than 80 years, Hutchinson Community College has been the premier two-year educational institution in Kansas.  “We welcome you here…come learn more.”

(Source- Hutchinson Community College-www.hutchcc.edu)

Hutchinson Lifestyle

Packed with big city conveniences in a metropolitan atmosphere, Hutchinson/Reno County is the best of both worlds. There is the vibrancy of a city determined to thrive and progress, yet without the big city problems.

Hutchinson/Reno County boasts a reasonable cost of living, beautiful scenery, friendly people and gets high marks for its lifestyle and quality of living. It's a mecca for creative talented people pursuing challenging careers.

Simply, they’re diverse. They’re innovative. They’re the community you should call home.

(Source- Hutchinson Chamber of Commerce-www.hutchchamber.com)

Hutchinson Transportation

Highway KS-61 runs through Northeast-Hutchinson, making for easy commutes. Hutchinson is home to an Amtrak station as well as the Hutchinson Municipal Airport.

Hutchinson Local Attractions/Activities

Hutchinson is full of interesting attractions and events. Residents enjoy a variety of entertainment options, restaurants, shopping, and historical attractions. Hutchinson offers many restaurants. Several new ones include Buffalo Wild Wings, Pie Five, Panda Express and Five Guys Burgers & Fries. Hutchinson is home to several churches including Faith United Methodist Church, Father’s House Church and Grace Bible Church. Sandhills State Park offers a great place to spend the day outside.

Historic Fox Theatre

Hutchinson's Historic Fox Theatre is a regional center for the arts dedicated to the expression of the human spirit through quality entertainment and educational programming.

(Source- Historic Fox Theatre-www.hutchinsonfox.com)

Kansas Cosmosphere Space Center

What is now one of the world’s premier space museums was once the dream of a Hutchinson civic leader, Patricia Brooks Carey. Her vision to create one of the first public planetariums in the central United States had humble beginnings. In 1962, the Hutchinson Planetarium opened inside the Poultry Building on the Kansas State Fairgrounds with a used star projector and rented folding chairs.

Four years later, the Hutchinson Planetarium relocated to the campus of Hutchinson Community College, in what today houses Dr. Goddard’s Lab.

In 1976, Carey and the Hutchinson Planetarium’s board of directors began planning to significantly expand the facility. They sought the advice of former employee Max Ary, who had worked for the planetarium while going to college. Ary was the director of Ft. Worth’s Noble Planetarium at the time and happened to be serving on a Smithsonian committee that placed tens of thousands of space artifacts in museums after the Apollo program concluded.

So the Cosmosphere was in the right place at the right time.

Launched as the Kansas Cosmosphere and Discover Center in 1980, the new facility featured permanent exhibit galleries in the Hall of Space Museum, one of the first OMNIMAX theaters in the world and the planetarium that started it all.

In 1997, the facility was further renovated and expanded to its present size, 105,000 square feet, nearly tripling the area devoted to the Hall of Space Museum. Today the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center is one of the most comprehensive space museums in the world and one of the leading educational tourist attractions in the United States.

(Source- Kansas Cosmosphere Space Center-www.cosmo.org)

Kansas State Fairgrounds

The Kansas State Fairgrounds hosts the annual Kansas State Fair every year in the fall. The Kansas State Fair is always interesting and offers new attractions and activities every year.

Hutchinson – History

Clinton Carter (C.C.) Hutchinson was an Indian Agent working for the Federal Government and in November 1871, he contracted with the Santa Fe Railroad to create a town at the Arkansas River/Cow Creek crossing point.  On January 1, 1872 Reno County was organized with Hutchinson as its lead city. The railroads played a significant role in the development of some of the smaller towns within the county. The arrival of the Santa Fe Railroad established Hutchinson, Partridge, Abbyville, Plevna and Sylvia, and the Rock Island and Frisco Railroads led to the establishment of some towns that later failed.

Hutchinson was initially known as “Temperance City” because alcohol was strictly prohibited for five years after its founding. Anyone caught selling or distributing alcohol was forced to relinquish the deed to his land. In addition, cattle drives through town were not allowed to prevent it from becoming a rowdy cowtown like Wichita and Dodge City.

The early settlers found abundant game in the sandhills including elk, deer, antelope and an occasional bison. They also found an abundance of sandhill plums.

When the first house was built in November 1871 at the intersection of Sherman and Main the buffalo bones that C.C. Hutchinson had used to lay out the city boundaries were still there.

Houston L. Whiteside and Leslie Perry published the first edition of the Hutchinson News on July 4, 1872.

By the summer of 1874 there were 1,500 residents and just when activity was really picking up, a grasshopper raid occurred that destroyed all of the “vegetation and left the farmers destitute.”  (Houston Whiteside Historic Hutchinson, 1910)

A series of good crop years followed and in order to expand growth, the State Reformatory was secured. This was followed by the discovery of salt by Ben Blanchard, the founder of South Hutchinson, in 1887.  The salt business quickly became a large and lucrative industry.  

By 1910, development had been rapid and Hutchinson had 16,000 residents. Houston Whiteside wrote: “There is no more prosperous region in the United States than Reno County and the wheat and stock belt tributary to the city of Hutchinson. “

(Source- Reno County Historical County)

Population
41962
Established Date
1871
Distance from Wichita
49.62

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