329 N Main

Cunningham, KS 67035

  • RESIDENTIAL
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • MLS#40412

Property Remarks

NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME on a large 65'x150' corner lot right across the street from the school!! Open floor plan w/1,360 sq.ft. of main floor living space makes this an ideal home for the young & the not so young. Living room & 3 bedrooms have quality carpet while living areas feature vinyl laminate wood grain flooring. Windows are PELLA Designer Series casement style (some with internal blinds). Insulation ratings: R-30 ceilings, exterior walls R-13, interior walls R-11 for sound proofing, garage ceiling R-19, walls R-13. Kitchen features stainless steel sink & range hood, ample oak cabinets with rollout shelving, pull out spice rack, double trash bin drawer, work/prep island, & quartz countertops. The living room has good natural light & is open to the kitchen & dining area creating a functional & welcoming great room. Dining area has overhead lighting & a PELLA door (with internal shade) that opens onto the 11'x12' covered deck. Master bedroom & bath, 2 additional bedrooms, another full bath, & convenient laundry room w/oak cabinets complete the main floor. Insulated 9'x8' remote garage doors, SMART siding & insulated double paned windows make this an energy efficient home. The 1,340 sq.ft. unfinished basement has walls studded in for a large family room, bedroom w/egress window, bathroom (toilet & shower already installed) & a concrete storm shelter. Roof: 50 yr. impact resistant Heritage shingles. AND IT COULD ALL BE YOURS!! Call today & schedule a showing!

Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
1,360
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
2
Year Built
2018
Lot Type
Corner Lot

Schools

Elementary School Area
Cunningham
Elementary School
Cunningham
Middle School
Cunningham
High School
Cunningham

Location

City
Cunningham
State
KS
Zip
67035

Presented By:

Ronda Tackett

Real Estate Broker & Branch Manager
Residential
316.214.3313

Exterior

Lot Info
Lot Dimensions
65' x 150'
Approx. Lot Size
Under 0.50 Acre
Exterior Amenities
Deck-COVERED
Porch-COVERED
Storm Shelter
Alley Access
Exterior Construction
Frame
Other (See Remarks)
Roofing
Composition
Heritage Type
Garage/Carport Type
Attached Garage-2 CARS
Street Surface
Paved

Interior

Fireplace/Stove
No
Basement/Storm Shelter
Yes
Master Bath
Yes
Number of Bedrooms
1st/Main Floor
3
Number of Bathrooms
1st/Main Floor
2
Style
Ranch/Ranchette
Appliances/Equipment
Ceiling Fan(s)
Water Heater-GAS
None
Dining
Great Room
Living/Dining Combo
Center Island Bar
Flooring
Carpet
Laminate
Vinyl
Basement/Foundation
Basement-FULL
Entrance-INTERIOR
Poured Concrete
Laundry
Main Floor
220 equipment
Interior Walls
Sheetrock

Financial

HOA
No
Possession
On Closing
Assumable
No
Pre-Qualified Buyer
No
Yearly General Taxes
$3,850.00
General & Solid Waste Taxes
$3,850.00
Terms
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

Cunningham

Cunningham Schools

Cunningham students attend school in the Cunningham Unified School District 332. Cunningham has an enrollment of 193 students. Students can participate in many activities including Scholar’s Bowl, basketball and cross country.

Cunningham Lifestyle

Cunningham is home to 475 residents (2013). Located right off of highway US-400, Cunningham enjoys easy commutes to surrounding cities. Cunningham is a quiet community that has access to many local attractions including the Kingman Historic Theatre.

Cunningham Transportation

Cunningham is located north of highway US-400. Kingman and Pratt both are 20 minutes from Cunningham. Downtown Hutchinson is under an hour away.

Cunningham Local Attractions/Activities

Cunningham is home to Linc’s Place, a local restaurant. Cunningham has three churches; the Christian Church, Sacred Heart Catholic Church and United Methodist Church. Kingman is only 20 minutes away and offers many attractions including the Kingman Historic Theatre.

Cunningham– History

This history of Cunningham begins with a history of Ninnescah. The Ninnescah Post Office opened August 20, 1885. Communities developed for a number of reasons. Some started with one family, joined by friends or relatives. Many grew around a church. A trading post, fort or a way station gave birth to others. In western Kansas, many towns were started by capitalists hoping to turn a profit. An evening spent with one of Fitzgerald’s Ghost Towns of Kansas books verifies that fortunes were made and lost in the business of town-building.

In the 1870’s and 1880’s, the arrival of a railroad often determined which towns survived and which faded into history. While more research is needed, the relationship of C.L. Severy and J. Geo. Smith and their involvement in the development of Ninnescah, Kansas can be gleaned from the early newspapers and books available. C.L. Severy was the son of Luther Severy, an Emporia cattleman with vast holdings in land who was also a director of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad. He invested in several town companies, including one named for him in Greenwood County. C.L. Severy was the secretary of the Ninnescah Town Company, a real estate agent and loan agent, and owner of the first hotel in Ninnescah. J. Geo.Smith was Severy’s partner in the Ninnescah Herald. He was also involved in real estate and loans. It appears that the two were partners in several ventures centering on promoting the town of Ninnescah.

On September 2, 1886, the partners sold the Herald to W. M. Bacheller, who published the paper until October 28, 1886, when J. Geo. Smith reappears as editor and publisher. During this time, Mr. Severy returned to Emporia and Mr. Smith became partners with T.N. Price in the “land, loan and insurance company of Price, Smith & Co.” Mr. Price was also a farmer, implement dealer, and owner of a hardware store in Ninnescah.

The first mention of Col. J. D. Cunningham in the Ninnescah Herald is on October 7, 1886. W.M. Bacheller writes: “Col. J.D. Cunningham of Chapin, Illinois, who has been in Ninnescah several weeks, has fallen in love completely with the west. He is largely interested in Kingman County and is one of the most sociable and pleasant gentlemen to be met anywhere and has met a host of friends who would gladly welcome him as a citizen. In behalf of our town we extend him the right hand of fellowship and tender him the welcome of all its citizens.”

(Source- City of Cunningham-www.cunninghamks.net)

Population
476
Established Date
1908
Distance from Wichita
61.81
Distance from Hutchinson
47.76

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