3910 W Central Ave.

El Dorado, KS 67042

  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • MLS#567936

Property Remarks

16,960 square feet of well-constructed warehouse space located on the west end of El Dorado, just off Hwy 254 and Hwy 196 interchange, close to the I-35 turnpike exchange. Office space in the center building includes reception area, 2 offices, break room, 2 half baths and central heat/air. The west building is 4,320 sf, steel-framed with two 14' overhead doors and loading dock. Center building is 5,440 sf, insulated and heated and features a 14' overhead door, compressor room and mezzanine space that could make additional offices or storage space. East building is 7,200sf, steel-framed, insulated and heated, two 14' overhead doors. All 3 buildings are connected. Zoned Light Industrial. 2.8 Acre site. BRAND NEW ROOFS ON ALL 3 BUILDINGS. Wired for 3 Phase in east and center buildings.

Property Details

Year Built
Total Acres
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Number of Floors
Overhead Door Description
4 or More
Concrete-Block,Metal Fabricate
Limited Ind


El Dorado
Zip Code
Location Description
Office Warehouse

Presented By:

Carol Carpenter

Sales Associate


Frontage Road
Parking Lot
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Loading Dock
Dock High


Tax Year

Additional Features

Flood Insurance
City Water
Septic Tank

El Dorado

El Dorado Schools

USD 490

Unified School District 490, El Dorado Public Schools, serves students and families throughout 128 square miles in the city of El Dorado and the surrounding rural area of Butler County with a comprehensive educational program including vocal music, band, orchestra, fine arts, physical education, art, foreign language, and technology. The district has been recognized nationally for excellence in technology and takes pride in providing tools that support acquisition of 21st century skills.

Students attend one of four elementary schools, a middle school serving grades 6-8, and El Dorado High School, a 4A school serving students in grades 9-12. Pre-K students are served through a State Four-Year Old Preschool grant. The district provides full day kindergarten. The high school provides alternative programs for students who experience success in non-traditional settings or for those who need to recover credits in order to stay on track for graduation. In addition, the district is a member of the Butler County Special Education Cooperative, serving students in all nine Butler County school districts.

(Source- USD 490-www.eldoradoschools.org)

Butler Community College

El Dorado has been home to Butler Community College since it was founded in 1927. The then El Dorado Junior College was originally housed within the town's Junior High School. Today the college is located at the southwest corner of Haverhill and Towanda. The El Dorado campus is home to Butler's residence halls.

El Dorado Lifestyle

El Dorado is a progressive, economically diverse community located on the edge of the beautiful Flint Hills in south central Kansas where tourism thrives. From fine art museums and galleries and antiques, to respected schools, medical facilities and outstanding indoor and outdoor recreational opportunities, El Dorado has much to offer.

(Source- City of El Dorado-www.eldoks.com)

El Dorado Transportation

El Dorado is located right off of interstate I-35. Highway K-254 connects El Dorado with Wichita. Downtown Wichita is 35 minutes from El Dorado.

El Dorado Local Attractions/Activities

El Dorado is centrally located to many attractions, but you will find plenty to keep busy right here in El Dorado!

El Dorado Lake, many recreational parks great for kids, family reunions and other festive get-togethers, a city pool, two splash parks, Coutts Museum, Kansas Oil Museum, and a wonderful Main St. community which hosts great local shopping and dining, plus much, much more…

(Source- City of El Dorado-www.eldoks.com)

El Dorado– History

May 30, 1870, a petition signed by D. M. Bronson and fifty others asking that the town of El Dorado, as described in said petition, be incorporated under the name of El Dorado, was presented to the probate court of Butler county. The petition was granted, and J. C. Lambdin, A. D. Knowlton, T. B. Murdock, T. G. Boswell and C. M. Foulks were appointed trustees. The 140 acre tract which comprised the original townsite was entered on March 23, 1868, by B. Frank Gordy, and a plat of the townsite filed for record in the succeeding month. Shortly after entering his claim, Gordy sold a fifth interest each to Henry Martin, Samuel Langdon and Byron O. Carr, and with them formed the El Dorado Town Company. Town lots were laid out and sold to all who would improve them, at the rate of $10 per lot.

(Source- History of Butler County-www.history.rays-place.com)

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