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Burden, KS 67019

  • Land
  • MLS#567382

Property Remarks

This is a very nice land property within an hour of Wichita, KS. This property has great recreational opportunity. There is paved road on the south and west side of this property. Access is gained from the west side. This property has approximately 40 acre watershed lake. There is rolling terrain with good cover and open areas. This property should hold deer well. There is ample opportunity for fishing, but at listing date there is no information on stocking. This is a rare opportunity to own a nice hunting, fishing or just a get away within an hour of Wichita, KS. This property is just a couple miles south of Winfield lake.

Property Details

Number of Acres
114
Lot Size/SqFt
4,965,840

Schools

School District
Central School District (USD 462)
Elementary School
Country View
Middle School
Winfield
High School
Winfield

Location

County
Cowley
Area
C50 - Suburban Cowley
Subdivision
Na
City
Burden
State
KS
Zipcode
67019

Presented By:

Carol Carpenter

Sales Associate
Residential
316.648.7797

Financial

HOA
No
Yearly General Taxes
$916.44
General Tax Year
2018
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Builder Options
Open Builder
Shape/Location
Irregular,Water Frontage
Topographic
Pond/Lake, Rolling, Treeline
Present Usage
Pasture,Recreat
Flood Insurance
Unknown
Road Frontage
Paved
County
Utilities Available
Electricity
Lagoon
Private Water
Propane
Other Features
Dock Privileges
Mineral Rights Included
Water Access

Burden

Burden City Schools

Burden students attend school in the Central of Burden Unified School District 462. Burden has 315 students enrolled in classes. Students can participate in many activities including band and football. The USD 462 district is comprised of an elementary school and a Jr/Sr High School.

Burden Lifestyle

Burden is home to 536 residents as of 2013. Burden has two locally owned and operated restaurants as well as several other locally owned businesses. Burden offers a great place to settle down or raise a family and the surrounding towns have many attractions to offer including the Wellington Regent Theatre and Augusta City Lake. 

Burden Transportation

Wellington, Augusta, and Derby are 45 minutes from Burden. Winfield is under 25 minutes away. Highway US-160 runs through downtown Burden for convenient commuting.

Burden Local Attractions/Activities

Burden is home to Fraley’s Pizza and 160 Café. The United Methodist Church and First Baptist Church both lay within the Burden city limits. Wellington and other surrounding cities offer many attractions including the Wellington Regent Theatre and Augusta City Lake.

Burden – History

In the early history of Kansas, Burden is described as the child at the railroad in-as-much it came to the railroad rather than the railroad coming to it. In 1879 the town site of Burden was surveyed by a town company consisting of R. F. Burden, Ford, Leonard, O. B. Gunn and T. K. Johnson. R. F. Burden was the chairman of this company and the town was so named in compliment to him.

The Kansas City, Lawrence and Southern Kansas Railroad was completed, February 1, 1882. The town was established and the population increased rapidly for a period of time. The first store building was occupied by Ford and Leonard with a stock of general merchandise. The second building was occupied by Hooker and Phelps, druggists, and the third was the Post Office building. The first birth in the city was a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hooker. The first marriage was that of: Mr. James H. Woods and Miss Hattie Smith. The first death was that of Mr. Wm. Schooling who was building a store room, and passed away before its completion. The first physician of the town was Dr. J. M. Wright and I. S. Moore was the first attorney. Prior to the founding of the town, a Post Office had been established at Moscow, with L. W. Hogue-as Postmaster. This was moved to Burden and E. A. Henthorn became the first Postmaster of Burden. A school had been conducted one mile north of the chosen townsite and this was also moved onto the site in 1881. The instructors were Mr. E A. Millard and Miss Mattie West, who were succeeded by Mr. T. J. Rude and Mrs. Mary A. Rude in 1882. The school enrollment was 150.

(Source- East Central Cowley County Historical Society-www.eccchistory.org)

Population
536
Established Date
1879
Distance from Wichita
51.34
Distance from Hutchinson
100.85
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