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$524,500 19.9 acres 5 Beds | 4 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 4400 sqft
1562 152nd Rd, Oxford, KS 67119 - Cowley County

19.9 acres Oxford, KS

If you ever dreamed of having a premium home nestled in mature walnut trees in a picture-perfect setting on 19 acres - here is your chance. Built in 2005, this custom home is about two miles east of Oxford, Kansas near Highway 160. This home is an easy 40 minute drive southeast of Wichita, much of it on 75 MPH turnpike. Wheat fields surround the 19 acres, giving a true country feel to the property; additionally, the house is nestled into mature trees. Walking in the front door of this home is like stepping into an upscale country oasis. The great room features a 20-foot ceiling peak, a floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace, and a wall of rectangular windows with a gorgeous view to the south. The open floor plan provides natural flow from the entr
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$199,900 19.2 acres
600 W MAIN ST, Oxford, KS 67119 - Sumner County

19.2 acres Oxford, KS

Ken Patterson 620-218-1713///Fantastic Commercial Property in Oxford city limits! Property has approximately 500' of 160 Highway frontage. Two Buildings: (1) 45x78 insulated with office and bathroom, 20 H doors plus 2 walk in doors. (2) 36x45 with concrete floor, electricity, see aerial- lots of trees. GREAT POTENTIAL. Main property sits at 600 W Main with 16.1 Acres plus 2 additional lots for a total of 19.2 acres- will split.
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$15,000 5.2 acres
00000 S Gueda Springs Rd, Oxford, KS 67119 - Sumner County

5.2 acres Oxford, KS

Contact Steve Moore at 316-312-7653 about this Riverfront Property. Approximately 5.2 Acres consists of 562' of Arkansas River Frontage. Recreational Property is great for Boating, Kayaking, Hunting with lots of Deer and Turkey in the Area. I have dropped Kayaks in at Public Park (Cave Park) in Oxford and there is exit at the Public Bridge about 1.5 miles South. There is also a boat ramp at the North side of Cave Park, so you can drop a boat if you were wanting to hunt or transport things. I thought of perhaps developing it into a stopover camp for a river tour outfitter, but I'm getting to old. I believe all mineral rights are intact and if so pass with the property. I also imagine it is all in a flood plain, so I doubt you'd build a perm