2100 25TH Rd

Sterling, KS 67579

  • Residential
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • MLS#570314

Property Remarks

Well maintained home on 12 acres with breathtaking views overlooking Sterling. As you drive up the tree-lined driveway, don't miss the darling 2-story playhouse, complete with finished interior and power. When you step inside this home, you will be charmed by the cleanliness of this 3 bedroom 2 bath ranch. Natural light comes funneling through the large living room window where you can enjoy the views or relax by the fireplace. Windows are updated to the triple pane, low- e (R-5) PlyGem windows for energy efficiency and lower energy bills. Enjoy coffee on the patio under the pergola as you watch for a regular sightings of turkeys and deer. The home features 2 decks and a concrete patio for enjoying the outdoors. The 50' x 74' shop can meet many of your needs, and includes many amenities such as dog-runs off to the south. A portion of the outbuilding is insulated and features infrared heating, great for steady temperatures -- great for woodworking, the mechanic, or auto body work or just keeping warm in the winter, the other portion of the shop is great for keeping dogs and setting up stalls for horses. An alley to the east leads out to the pasture and on the northwest side of the property you will find a pond. Class 4 Impact Resistant shingles on roof and variable frequency well pump for consistent water pressure.

Property Details

# of Acres
12
Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
1,548
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
2
Approximate Age
21 - 35 Years
Year Built
1994

Schools

School District
Sterling School District (USD 376)
Elementary School
Sterling
Middle School
Sterling
High School
Sterling

Location

County
Rice
Area
640 - Other Towns
Subdivision
NONE LISTED ON TAX RECORD

Presented By:

Ronda Tackett

Real Estate Broker & Branch Manager
Residential
316.214.3313

Exterior

Lot Info
Acreage
12
Lot Size/SqFt
10
Lot Description
Pond/Lake
Exterior Amenities
Fence-Other/See Remarks
Horses Allowed
Irrigation Well
Outbuildings
Exterior Construction
Frame
Roofing
Composition
Frontage
Unpaved Frontage

Interior

Basement
No
Levels
One Story
Approximate AGLA
1,548
AGLA Source
Court House
BFA Source
Court House
Approximate TFLA
1,548
Master Bedroom
Level
Main
Dimensions
x
Flooring
Carpet
Living Room
Level
Main
Dimensions
x
Flooring
Carpet
Kitchen
Level
Main
Dimensions
x
Flooring
Wood Laminate
Architecture
A-Frame
Ranch
Basement/Foundation
Crawl Space
Dining Area
Eating Bar
Eating Space in Kitchen
Fireplace
One
Kitchen Features
Gas Hookup
Appliances/Equipment
Refrigerator
Range/Oven
Master Bedroom
Master Bdrm on Main Level
Laundry
Main Floor

Financial

HOA
No
Property Taxes
$1,902.84
Yearly Special Taxes
$50.00
Total Special Taxes
$50.00
General Tax Year
2018
Home Warranty Purchased
no
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Flood Insurance
Unknown
Utilities
Septic
Private Water
Cooling
Central
Heating
Forced Air
Warranty
No Warranty Provided

Sterling

Photography Courtesy of Ben Marshall

Sterling Schools

Sterling USD 376

Sterling students attend school in the Sterling Unified School District 376. Total enrollment for USD 376 is 562 (2015). Students can participate in activities including Scholar’s Bowl, band and FCCLA.

Sterling College

Sterling College is a Christ-centered, four-year college located in Sterling, Kansas, with a mission to develop creative and thoughtful leaders who understand a maturing Christian faith. Founded in 1887 as Cooper Memorial College, Sterling embraces an emerging vision to serve God's world through training servant leaders and the development of future leaders through strategic partnerships.

(Source- Sterling College-www.sterling.edu)

Sterling Lifestyle

Sterling is a community that is small enough to know your name and to care about each other, but large enough to offer a wide variety of interests and talents for the betterment of the citizens.  Sterling is progressive and looks to the future while preserving the best of a rich heritage.  Come visit Sterling where the "Quality of Life Shines!"

(Source- City of Sterling-www.sterling-kansas.com)

Sterling Transportation

Highway KS-14 runs through Sterling. Hutchinson is under 30 minutes away and McPherson is under 45 minutes from Sterling.

Sterling Local Attractions/Activities

Sterling offers several local restaurants including Jethro’s Steakhouse, Sterling Café and Paddy’s Restaurant. Sterling is home to several churches including the United Presbyterian Church, Assembly of God Church and Calvary Baptist Church. The surrounding towns offer many other attractions.

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)

McPherson Water Park

You can select from an assortment of activities; cruise the 500 foot lazy river, a giant water slide, deep diving area, 8 lane 50 meter pool and a children’s spray recreation area. The McPherson Water Park offers fun for all ages!

(Source- McPherson Water Park-www.mcphersonwaterpark.com)

Sterling –History

Once the largest towns in Rice County, Sterling is located in the southern portion of the county on the Arkansas River eight miles south of Lyons, the county seat. The settlement was first established in 1871 and called Peace.  One of the earliest settlers was A.G. Landis who built a store in the settlement which consisted of only about seven families. When the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad built their tracks through the town site in 1872, the town began to grow.

In 1876 the city was incorporated and its name was changed to Sterling, in honor of Sterling Rosan, one of the early settlers. A large business was established in May, 1876 called Landis & Holllinger, which carried all manner of goods including groceries, boots & shoes, dry goods, hardware, lumber, grain, furniture, farm implements, drugs, buffalo hides and buffalo meat. The business was located on the northwest corner of Broadway and Monroe.

By 1883, its population had grown to about 1,500, at which time the town sported three banks, two architects and builders, six grocery stores, three hardware stores, three jewelry and music stores, four dry goods stores, a furniture store, three hotels, a druggist and two shoemakers.

In 1886 the Sterling Land and Investment Company was organized and platted the "College Addition" to Sterling. Ten acres of land was donated by an early settler named Pliny F. Axtell and the first building was erected in October, 1886. The site was then offered to the United Presbyterian Church Council of Kansas, with the condition that they endow, operate and maintain the school. The offer was accepted and a charter was prepared in the name "Cooper Memorial," in honor of Reverend Joseph Cooper, a revered former leader of the Presbyterian denomination which founded the College. The original curriculum offered four majors, and a preparatory department offering high school courses for those students unable to attend such institutions in their home communities. The majors available included a “Classical Course”, a general liberal arts emphasis, a “Normal Course” for prospective teachers, an “English Course” for future school administrators and a business course.

Cooper Memorial College was opened on November 1, 1887. Over the next few years, additional buildings were built and departments added. By the early 1900's the school had an enrollment of about 180 students.

By that time, the town had grown to include more manufacturing facilities including two broom factories, a salt works, machine shops, washing machine factory, flour mill, marble works, feed mill and a seed cleaner factory. The city also boasted an opera house, three banks, two weekly newspapers (the Bulletin and the Journal) and numerous churches and lodges.  By 1910, the population was 2,133.

Cooper College was renamed Sterling College in 1920, but continued to retain their original focus as a Christian college.

(Source- Legends of Kansas-www.legendsofkansas.com)

Population
2299
Established Date
1871
Distance from Wichita
73.8
Distance from Hutchinson
24.3
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