00000 1st Ave

Marquette, KS 67464

  • LAND
  • MLS#39454
$219,500

Property Remarks

Farm ground borders Smoky Hill River with ability to join the Lower Smoky River irrigation district. 43% or 34.41 acres are Class I soil 45% or 35.99 acres are Class II soil 12% or 9.41 acres are waste - wooded and river River bottom land Sale and possession are subject to the tenant rights of Dean Elvin. Current agreement is share crop.

Property Details

Property Type
Land
Listing Type
Sale
Geographic Zone
Marquette
Price per Acre
$2,631
Mineral Rights Included
Yes
Mineral Rights Currently Leased
No
Water Rights Included
Yes
Water Rights Currently Leased
No
Oil & Gas Rights Included
Yes
Oil & Gas Rights Currently Leased
No

Schools

Elementary School Area
Soderstrom-Smoky Val
Elementary School
Soderstrom Smoky Valley
Middle School
Smoky Valley
High School
Smoky Valley

Location

City
Marquette
State
KS
Zip
67464

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Financial

Possession
Subject to Tenants,At Closing
Assumable
No
Yearly General Taxes
$641.52

Additional Features

Number of Acres Planted
70
Flood Insurance Required
Unknown
Road Surface
Gravel
Equipment Included
No
Soil/Land Type
Other (See Remarks),Bottomland
Farm/Ranch Type
Crop
Surface Water
River
Topography
Level
Partially Wooded
Irrigation Type
Other (See Remarks)
None

Marquette

Marquette Schools

Marquette students attend school in either the Little River Unified School district or the Smokey Valley Unified School District 400.

Little River USD 444

Total enrollment for USD 444 is approximately 200. The mission of USD 444 is to prepare students with thinking and reasoning skills so that they may become functioning and responsible citizens.

(Source- USD 444-usd444.ss5.sharpschool.com)

Smokey Valley USD 400

Smoky Valley Public Schools serves five separate communities in the Greater Smoky Valley of Central Kansas: Falun, Lindsborg, Marquette, Roxbury and Smolan.  The Virtual Charter School serves student from all over the state of Kansas.

The central office is located in Lindsborg, the largest of these communities. Students from Falun, Roxbury and Smolan attend Soderstrom Elementary School and Lindsborg Middle School in Lindsborg. Marquette students attend grades K-6 in Marquette, and all district students attend Smoky Valley High School in Lindsborg.

Students can participate in many activities including FCCLA, Pep Club and Scholar’s Bowl.

(Source- USD 400-www.smokyvalley.org)

Marquette Lifestyle

Marquette is home to 643 (2013) residents. Marquette has a vibrant history that is preserved through the downtown area and three museums. Marquette offers a variety of attractions including the Kansas Motorcycle Museum and Smokey Hill River. 

Marquette Transportation

Marquette is west of Interstate I-135 and south of highway KS-4. Salina is under 40 minutes away and McPherson is under 30 minutes from Marquette. Downtown Hutchinson is a 50 minute commute from Marquette.

Marquette Local Attractions/Activities

Marquette offers a municipal swimming pool, summer recreation programs, dance and karate studio, three churches, a fitness center, day care facilities and preschool classes, and a very interesting historic business district. A grocery store, bank, library, gift shops, art studio, museums, photography studio, The Kansas Motorcycle Museum and eating establishments make up our charming downtown area. You will also find affordable rental homes, a well-run nursing home facility and senior income-based apartments.

(Source- Free Land Kansas-www.freelandks.com)

Marquette –History

Nestled in the beautiful smoky valley in central Kansas, Marquette was settled in the 1860's and 1870's by Swedish immigrants and Civil War veterans. The town started with a flourmill on the banks of the Smoky Hill River in 1873 and by 1874, a town charter was signed, and Marquette began to grow.

In 1905, a devastating tornado destroyed most of the western half of the town, killing 31 people. But the determination to survive and rebuild was very strong. And rebuild they did.

Marquette boasts a very historic downtown of Victorian style buildings that are on the Kansas State Register of Historic Places, and have been restored to their original Swedish influenced, Victorian splendor. The town also has many beautiful Victorian homes that survived the tornado and have been restored.

(Source- City of Marquette-www.marquettekansas.com)

Population
641
Established Date
1874
Distance from Wichita
81.13
Distance from Hutchinson
39.68

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