35 S Hampton

Eastborough, KS 67207

  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • MLS#569444

Property Remarks

ENJOY EASTBOROUGH POND & PARK FROM YOUR FRONT PORCH!! This beautifully remodeled home is located on an .85 acre oversized lot that is secluded and tucked back on delightful Hampton Road. The foyer opens to both the large wood-floored living room (with impressive fireplace) and the 22 x 16 updated main floor family room with wet bar. From the living room walk into the spacious, wood-floored formal dining room (that can accommodate large gatherings) with 2 new french doors having an open view of the new salt water in-ground swimming pool and plumbed pool house! The updated spacious kitchen has granite countertops and a downdraft for the extensive island with stovetop. The eat-in kitchen is 20 x 12 with another wall of cabinetry and more granite-topped workspace, storage, or buffet serving area. The butler's pantry room is spacious enough for informal dining. Bright and cheery sun room has a wall of windows overlooking the pool area. All kitchen appliances stay including the built-in icemaker and stainless refrigerator. An amazing, updated HUGE main floor laundry/bonus room located off the kitchen. There's also a full bath with shower, mud room, and many cabinets in this oversized laundry area. This end of the house also has a spacious 2nd master bedroom with en-suite full bath and closet. On the other side of the home is the master bedroom with en-suite bath, closet, and dressing room plus 2 additional bedrooms and full hall bath connected by the wood-floored hallway. The wood floors are original and have been beautifully restored. The backyard is designed for entertaining with the new in-ground salt water swimming pool. Wonderful plumbed pool house to serve guests which includes a convenient bathroom. This lot extends to the north and includes half of a former vacated road. Nearly an acre lot with enough room to add another garage or other structure. Basement area is a clean safe room with storage space. Roof is a 50-year composition and there's been extensive electrical updates. This is a rare opportunity to own a move-in ready and unique Eastborough home located in a secluded, gorgeous setting across from the Eastborough Pond & Park! All information contained in this MLS is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Please verify school assignments with USD 259. A wonderful home meant for entertaining!

Property Details

# of Acres
Property Type
Listing Type
Total SqFt
Full Baths
Approximate Age
51 - 80 Years
Year Built


School District
Wichita School District (USD 259)
Elementary School
Middle School
High School



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Lot Info
Lot Size/SqFt
Lot Description
Exterior Amenities
In Ground Pool
Swimming Pool Equipment
Bath House
Storm Door(s)
Storm Windows/Ins Glass
Exterior Construction
Frame w/More than 50% Mas
Garage Capacity


One Story
Approximate AGLA
AGLA Source
Court House
BFA Source
Court House
Approximate TFLA
Master Bedroom
27 x 14
Living Room
21 x 12
20 x 12
Room Dimensions
Room 4
22 x 16
Room 5
21 x 12
Room 6
16 x 10
Room 7
15 x 12
Room 8
17 x 11
Room 9
18 x 22
Room 10
27 x 12
Room 11
9 x 9
Room 12
11 x 8
Other Bsmt/See Remarks
No Basement Windows
Basement Finish
Bsmt Storage
Dining Area
Eating Space in Kitchen
Living Room
Gas Starter
Kitchen Features
Electric Hookup
Master Bedroom
Master Bdrm on Main Level
Master Bedroom Bath
Shower/Master Bedroom
Two Sinks
AG Other Rooms
Bonus Room
Family Room-Main Level
Mud Room
Main Floor
Separate Room
Wash Sink
Interior Amenities
Ceiling Fan(s)
Fireplace Doors/Screens


Yearly HOA Dues
Property Taxes
Yearly Special Taxes
General Tax Year
Home Warranty Purchased
Short Sale

Additional Features

Flood Insurance
Natural Gas
Public Water
Forced Air
No Warranty Provided
Neighborhood Amenities
Jogging Path


Eastborough Schools

Because Eastborough is such a small area they do not have their own school district, but are actually within the Wichita school district, USD 259.

Price-Harris Communications Magnet Elementary School

Price-Harris Communications Magnet Elementary School is for grades PreK-5th grade.  Price-Harris was converted into a communications magnet school in 1996 after Price elementary and Harris elementary combined.This public school offers extracurricular activities including focus on computer arts, orchestra and video film production.

Coleman Middle School

Serving grades 6th-8th, Coleman is one of many middle schools in Wichita that follow a strict uniform dress code. This public middle school offers many extracurricular activities including art and music programs, several different languages and many sports. The boys Cougar basketball team has been undefeated for 3 years straight! Colman Middle School also participates in the AVID program to help give students the drive they need to be successful in school, and were even recognized by the Board of Education for their hard work and success with the program. Assistant principle Angie Brown was awarded KAMSA Assistant principle of the year, Katie Richardson was given the KS Horizon Award as one of the top new teachers in the state, and the AVID team accepted the BOE’s recognition of Coleman as an AVID National Demonstration School on behalf of the whole school. Colman Middle School received state honors being named Exemplary Middle School by KAMSA for the year 2014-2015, one of only ten middle schools in Kansas that earned this title.

Wichita High School East

Home of the Blue Aces, East is the oldest high school in Wichita. What was once the original Wichita High School was renamed Wichita High School East in 1929 when it was decided to add more schools to the district. The school underwent extensive remodeling in 2004 to improve classrooms, theater and athletic facilities. East High also offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB). This program is one of the most rigorous college prep curricula available. Students enrolled in the program complete four-year programs in English, math, science, social studies, and foreign language as well as optional courses in music, theater arts, computer studies, or art/design. East High also has a great athletic program with many sports for students to be involved in throughout the year.

(Source – http://usd259.org/)

Eastborough Lifestyle

Eastborough is a city of the third class with a City Hall, a Mayor-Council government, a Police Department, a Municipal Court and many parks. In addition, they receive support from Sedgwick County. The Eastborough Police Department is a very important benefit to the citizens. Besides providing safety 24 hours a day, it offers vacation security for your home. When you are planning to be out of town, notify City Hall and the police department will check your home and pick up your mail and papers if requested.

(Source – eastborough-ks.gov)

Eastborough Transportation

Eastborough is about 5 miles (10 minutes) from downtown Wichita.  Eastborough is located right off of East Kellogg Avenue and Woodlawn making daily commutes ideal and convenient.

(Source – eastborough-ks.gov)


Eastborough Local Attractions/Activities

Annual 4th of July parade

Decorate your scooters, bikes, wagons, strollers, & dogs and join Eastborough for the Independence Day Parade!

Susan G. Komen Race for The Cure

Susan G. Komen holds a 1 mile and a 5k race that goes through the neighborhood in efforts to raise awareness and support for Breast cancer.

Eastborough Park

Eastborough Park was last renovated in 2009 with a new playground for children to play on, gorgeous landscaping and a beautiful covered picnic area complete with tables and benches.

(Source – eastborough-ks.gov)

Eastborough – History

"Eastborough and Woodlawn, two swank additions lying east of Wichita between Central and Kellogg will soon incorporate into a city of the third class, it was reliably reported here today." (Eagle, May 11, 1937) When the Sedgwick County commissioners approved the petition, the City of Eastborough was created.

In 1928, when Alton Smith announced "Wichita's finest residential section," the Fourth National Bank had just installed the city's first air-conditioning equipment; an airplane had just made the first night landing at Municipal Airport; and Wichita No. 1, a gusher, was brought in on the northern outskirts of Wichita.

Eastborough was originally envisioned by Burdon Hunter, a British architect, who stood "atop a high hill" east of Wichita to picture an English village in the midst of a Kansas prairie. (Eagle, December 20, 1983) He planned an English village complete with quaint English streets, named and patterned after the small boroughs of his native land.

Eastborough's first developers included Alton H. Smith (who married Kate English, the daughter of Nathaniel A. English, co-founder of Wichita); Harrison W. Albright; and Harry T. Morgan. They planned the 215 acre tract, as Hunter had envisioned, with winding drives, broad lawns, parks and a lake. Some of the street names had a similar sound - Alton Avenue (now vacated), English, Morgan Lane (a street without any houses), Hunter, etc.

Sale of Eastborough Village started April 10, 1929, when the developers set up a tent at the site and paid Wichita churches 50 cents for each prospective buyer referred and gave away free lunches. They planned to have the area built and developed within a year so Eastborough would be one of the "showplaces of the city."

So much for the plans of mice and men. Oil was discovered leaving the lots too torn up to sell or build upon. There were no streets and only a half-finished sewer system. The Democrat on July 30, 1951 described the initial sales event as a carnival-like atmosphere and mentioned that the out-of-town promoters then disappeared - leaving a mess. And Eastborough made its only appeal to be annexed by Wichita in 1930, which was fortunately turned down.

That same year with the Chamber of Commerce urging and supporting, Eastborough Estates was formed to rescue the area. The corporation and Rock Island Lumber Company built five "spec houses." Brasted, Dunn and Hellar moved in to sell lots and preferred stock. J.P. Weigand's was the exclusive real estate agent. George Powers built the sixth house in Eastborough. The Powers moved in the same day the Foulstons moved into 8 Norfolk - June 1, 1936, and, Derby Oil Company agreed not to drill any more wells!

It was planned to incorporate when the first thirty homes were completed. The Woodlawn Addition operated by Earl Hutton had opened 12 years before Eastborough and already was sold out. The two subdivisions were ready to incorporate as a third class city. However, they could not agree upon a name for the street between them. The Woodlawn Addition wanted the street named Woodlawn. The Eastborough Addition wanted it named Eastborough Avenue. No mention was made as to who would pave it. Alas, all was resolved - the original tract plus Woodlawn (a four square block area) incorporated as a 425 acre third class city June 1, 1937. "Judge Jochems laughingly said there would be no dog catcher as every family seemed to own from one to three fancy dogs and he said that so far nobody has applied for a permit to sell beer in the village." (Eagle, June 1, 1937)

At the time of incorporation the total Eastborough investment was listed at $2 million with the existing 48 homes valued around $1 million. There was a minimum cost of construction of $8,000; garages had to match houses; and minimum setbacks, side lines and back lines were established. The exterior architectural plan of each building had to be inspected and approved. The deeds listed all the restrictions. In 1953, Ordinance 372 stated that homes could be built no less than 1700 square feet and no less than $10,000. In 1973, the Sedgwick County deputy assessor was quoted as saying the average house was 3,020 square feet with an average cost of $42,043. At that time there were only 4 or 5 lots left.

Since 1937, Eastborough has developed into a small town covering two square miles with 21 streets. The third class city, once a long way from Wichita, is now completely surrounded by the larger first class city. There were several failing attempts to "annex" Eastborough.

People moved here because it was a "good place to live." Families were reared; couples moved on; and newer younger families are moving in. There are several "second and third generation" residents who, remembering their childhood happily chose Eastborough as the place to rear possibly the fourth generation.

(Source – eastborough-ks.gov)


Established Date
mid 1930s
Distance from Wichita
Distance from Hutchinson
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