241 E F

Kingman, KS 67068

  • RESIDENTIAL
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Full Bath
  • MLS#40374

Property Remarks

Can you say potential? This home has large rooms, high ceilings, beautiful wood floors and gorgeous woodwork/trim/doors. The pictures don't do the house justice, so you have to come and take a look. With a little TLC, this house would make a great home or one of the best rental properties in Kingman! Add the large wooded lot, the oversized 2 car garage equipped with workbench and another storage building and you have a great opportunity that won't last long. Call for a showing today! This house can also be purchased with 300 W. F and 1602 N. Walnut as a package at county appraised value of $132,900! That's a deal!

Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
1,118
Bedrooms
2
Full Baths
1
Year Built
1890

Schools

Elementary School Area
Kingman
Elementary School
Kingman
Middle School
Kingman Middle
High School
Kingman

Location

City
Kingman
State
KS
Zip
67068

Presented By:

Ronda Tackett

Real Estate Broker & Branch Manager
Residential
316.214.3313

Exterior

Lot Info
Lot Dimensions
115x140
Approx. Lot Size
Under 0.50 Acre
Exterior Amenities
Porch-COVERED
Storage Shed
Alley Access
Exterior Construction
Vinyl Siding
Fencing
Wood
Roofing
Composition
Garage/Carport Type
Detached Garage-2 CARS
Workshop
Street Surface
Paved

Interior

Fireplace/Stove
No
Basement/Storm Shelter
No
Master Bath
No
Number of Bedrooms
1st/Main Floor
2
Number of Bathrooms
1st/Main Floor
1
Style
Bungalow/Cottage
Appliances/Equipment
Dishwasher
Disposal
Oven/Range-ELECTRIC
Refrigerator-kitchen
Dining
Formal Dining Room
Flooring
Carpet
Wood
Basement/Foundation
Crawl Space
Laundry
Separate Utility
220 equipment

Financial

HOA
No
Monthly Gross Rent
$600
Possession
Negotiable,On Closing
Assumable
No
Pre-Qualified Buyer
No
Yearly General Taxes
$1,069.02
General & Solid Waste Taxes
$1,069.02
Terms
Cash to Seller
Conventional
FHA
VA

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

Kingman (City)

Kingman Schools

Kingman-Norwich 331

Kingman-Norwich USD 331 serves students from Kingman, Norwich, and the surrounding area. Total enrollment for is 992. Students can participate in Battle of the Books, Scholar’s Bowl, FBLA, FFA and many more activities. 

Kingman Lifestyle

Kingman is home to 3,158 (2013) residents. Kingman is brimming with historic content and scenery. Residents enjoy quick commutes to Wichita, Pratt and Hutchinson.

Kingman Transportation

Highway US-400/54 runs through Kingman. Downtown Wichita is under 50 minutes from Kingman. Pratt is only 35 minutes away and Hutchinson is a 45 minute commute.

Kingman Local Attractions/Activities

Kingman is home to many local and national restaurants including Smitty’s Carry Out, Ribordy Grumpy’s Steakhouse & Bar, and Pizza Hut. Kingman has several churches including Calvary Baptist Church and St. Patrick Catholic Church. Kingman is home to the Kingman Historic Theatre which shows new releases. Surrounding towns offer many other attraction including the Strataca Salt Museum in Hutchinson and the Sedgwick County Zoo.

Kingman Historic Theatre

The Kingman Theatre is one of the earliest Boller Brother designed theaters, completed in 1920 as a silent movie/vaudeville house. It opened as the Meade Theatre. The theatre had some unique features including a clear span balcony all in wood without any center supports. There are no steel beams and you can feel a slight bounce when you walk around on it.

The Theatre also has wood floors built over concrete. This was a luxury and very expensive in its day, but the wood helped keep your feet warm and away from the cold concrete.

The decor is not as fancy as some theatres. It was remodeled in the 1930's when the talking movies came out to the present "Art Deco" look. Mr. Meade improved the sound by covering up the beautifully painted plaster walls and the plaster ceiling that had curved edges and indirect lighting with coconut fiberboard. Only a little of the original plaster dental molding is visible at the top of the theatre walls.

The theatre didn't change again until the return of the veterans from WWII who came with their families to the movies. It was in the 1950's that the current Marquee was added. A final renovation was done around 1995 by Jack and Sue Birdsong. Patric and Joan Conner purchased the theatre in 1997 and installed a digital DTS sound system, added stage lighting and a new screen.

(Source- Kingman Historic Theatre-www.kingmantheatre.org)

Population
3169
Established Date
1872
Distance from Wichita
43.98
Distance from Hutchinson
37.84
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