The median home value in Wichita, KS is $68,800.
the county median home value of $118,700.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Wichita, KS is $68,800.
Approximately 41.93% of Wichita homes are owned,
compared to 44.1% rented, while
13.98% are vacant.
Wichita real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Kellogg Terrace Apartments 16 unit apartment complex. 4 buildings 632 S. Hydraulic, 642 S. Hydraulic, 681 S. Kansas and 695 S. Kansas. (3) 2 bedrooms. (10) 1 Bedrooms (3) Studio apartments. All included in listing price. New roof on all four buildings less than a year old. Upgraded electrical. Tenants on 1 yr lease.
Absolutely stunning historic home in Colonial Revival style. This home was built by Henry Schintzler and started in 1909 and finished in 1911 at a high cost for its day of $20,000. It was built as an anniversary present to his wife Albertina. Henry was a very successful saloon and liquor distributor in the early 1900's. You walk in the door to a 23' x 17' oak floor foyer with the grand staircase to the south. There is an original safe still in the home in the closet in the foyer. All of the intricate woodwork is original and all but a couple ceiling fans are original lighting fixtures. There is a total of 5 fireplaces, with the Library being the only one working now. The front door is framed by 2 stained glass sconces with the address of 1002 (Douglas was called Lawrence street when this home was built) and green initials H S for the owner. Original stained glass windows are visible from the entry. The light on the Null post going upstairs is original, and per Victorian tradition these were placed on the Null post when the home was paid for. This home is on the local historic register, and could be put on the state and national register. The home is furnished with some of the original furniture and fixtures as seen in 1911 photos of the home. (Some available for sale with home on separate bill of sale.) During WWII and for some time after, the home served as a dormitory for girls named Esther Hall. The foyer coat closet was the telephone room and graffiti from that day is still visible. The front foyer also has the office, which was the first Wichita location of the Elks Club, and served also as the Men's only poker room. All the original fixtures in that room have Elks heads on them. The room has a pass through drawer for food to be passed in, since women were not allowed in the room during meetings. Off the foyer to the north features a large parlor with an adjoining library. The woodwork on the main level is stunning and original. The seller has just completed a yearlong project of painting plaster decor on the ceilings by hand with the original type gold leaf paint with actual gold in it, back to the original condition. Off the formal dining room is a 1/2 bath in the room that used to be a "Butler?s Pantry". The kitchen has been redone since it had no kitchen when the current owners purchased it, because it had been an office for an oil company. This home features 5 bedrooms. There is also a finished 3rd floor that we don't believe is reflected in the courthouse records. This served as an open dormitory during the girls home time. This home has been a centerpiece of several historical home open house days. The house has been owned by the same family since 1992 and restored as a residence. This is a rare opportunity to own a truly historic piece of history. The home features a HVAC zone for all 3 floors (except basement) with the 1st and 2nd floor unit being high efficiency units.
Legal, Accounting, Financial Services, Real Estate, General Office. Great location (convenient access to East/West sides via Kellogg) between Old Town and College Hill (the charm of College Hill without the parking problems Downtown!) Partially furnished with reception desk, individual desks and cubicles, fully equipped phone system with voicemail and 16 phones, full network capability. Current tenants are on month to month. Great owner occupy or investment. Call listing agent to show.
In Business for 30 years with current owners and still Going. Every thing goes, building equipment parking lot and is a working restaurant. Great Opportunity to purchase an existing business with an established client base. Two meetings and event rooms, Solid brick and concrete block building, floor concrete slab with tile in the customer area, the roof is a combination of a concrete and rubber substance, and metal with a coating. Two Five or Six ton combination heat and air. But there is a small area that a couple might be able to live at the property saving housing expense, and the south end could be converted to a rental spot. Owner would consider owner carry with reasonable offers.
Great location for your business. As a laundromat, selling the building & washers & dyers only. Washers 6-27lbs, 3-40lbs, 2-50lbs, 2-17lbs, Stackable dryer 15-30lbs, 2-50lbs. Top load washer 17-12lbs (not working) Property being sold "as is" condition.
Great investment opportunity. Nice four- plex apartment building just south of downtown, south of Kellogg. Consistently occupied, good rental building. Recent remodel, wood floors, tiled kitchen with appliances, tiled bath, high ceilings. Large rooms. Two one-bedroom units at ground level. And two one-bedroom units upstairs. Private entrance. Fenced. Plenty of parking in back, enclosed. Street parking also. Must see. Tenants need 24-hour notice to show.
Owner will carry with agreeable terms. Updated retail store originally QT convenience store has offices and showroom with a separate large showroom/stock room space. Located on corner with three lots included totaling just under a half acre of property. Existing tenant on month to month lease is prepared to renegotiate rent or move upon request. Please do not approach tenant or customers call agent to schedule showing.