1251 N Joes Rd

Belle Plaine, KS 67013

  • Residential
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • MLS#564517
$315,000

Property Remarks

Unique property with many possibilities! Four homes, a pond, and other improvements on over 27 fenced acres. Enjoy your days and seasons on this little prairie nestled in the River Birch trees. -Home 1: 1237 Joes Rd. A white home & storage shed with overhang ~ this home is the one outlined in the MLS details. -Home 2: 1245 Joes Rd. A 2005 yellow home with cedar siding overlooking the pond with wood deck to enjoy. Larson doors. 13x25 Living Room, 13x16 Dining Room, 11x21 Kitchen, 12x17 Bedroom 1, 10x13 Bedroom 2. 1188 sq ft. with hardwood flooring. -Home 3: 1251 Joes Rd. A tan 1999 home with 3 bedrooms (10x12, 10x11, 10x11) and small fenced back yard. 13x19 Living/dining/kitchen. No dishwasher. Hardwood flooring and carpet throughout this 1296 sq ft space. -Home 4: 1250 Joes Rd. A 1980 garage apartment with 2 bedrooms and 1040 sq ft. and hardwood flooring. Many shared amenities including a 20 person FEMA storm shelter, city water plus water wells with 14 spigots, and septic tanks. Seller has property approved by county. Fruit trees ~ pear & apple. Great hunting possibilities with deer stands and deer feeders that will remain with the property. Owners say the property has a history of attracting large bucks as well as turkey, pheasant, and quail to name a few. A-H per flood map Ponding. Also a 1980 storage mobile home on property. Old barn on NW area of the property. 1243 N Oliver is NOT an access rd to this listing.

Property Details

# of Acres
27.4
Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
1,612
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
2
Approximate Age
11 - 20 Years
Year Built
2001

Schools

School District
Belle Plaine School District (USD 357)
Elementary School
Belle Plaine
Middle School
Belle Plaine
High School
Belle Plaine

Location

County
Sumner
Area
S50 - Suburban Sumner
Subdivision
HUMBOLT 1ST ADDITION

Presented By:

Sunni Goentzel

Sales Associate
Residential
316.217.0217

Exterior

Lot Info
Acreage
27.4
Lot Size/SqFt
10
Lot Description
Wooded
Exterior Amenities
Deck
Covered Deck
Fence-Chain
Irrigation Well
RV Parking
Storm Door(s)
Storm Shelter
Other/See Remarks
Exterior Construction
Frame
Vinyl/Metal Siding
Roofing
Composition
Garage
Carport
Garage Capacity
Carport
Frontage
Paved Frontage

Interior

Basement
Yes
Levels
One Story
Approximate AGLA
1,612
AGLA Source
Court House
BFA Source
Court House
Approximate TFLA
1,612
Master Bedroom
Level
Main
Dimensions
14 x 15
Flooring
Carpet
Living Room
Level
Main
Dimensions
15 x 20
Flooring
Wood Laminate
Kitchen
Level
Main
Dimensions
15 x 18
Flooring
Wood Laminate
Room Dimensions
Room 4
10 x 15
Room 5
10 x 15
Architecture
Mobile/Mfd-Perm Found.
Basement/Foundation
Cellar
Dining Area
Kitchen/Dining Combo
Fireplace
One
Woodburning
Kitchen Features
Eating Bar
Appliances/Equipment
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Range/Oven
Master Bedroom
Split Bedroom Plan
Tub/Shower/Master Bdrm
Laundry
Main Floor
Separate Room
Interior Amenities
Ceiling Fan(s)
Vaulted Ceiling

Financial

HOA
No
Property Taxes
$2,927.52
General Tax Year
2018
Home Warranty Purchased
No
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Flood Insurance
Unknown
Utilities
Septic
Public Water
Cooling
Central
Gas
Heating
Forced Air
Electric
Propane-Owned
Warranty
No Warranty Provided

Belle Plaine

Belle Plaine Schools

USD 357, Belle Plaine, has approximately 625 students in preschool through grade 12.  There are three attendance centers; Belle Plaine Elementary School, Belle Plaine Middle School and Belle Plaine High School.  The district focus is on developing fundamental academic skills through creating a positive environment in which all students can learn.  Belle Plaine schools provide an enhanced fine arts and vocational curriculum using technology to develop 21st Century learning skills.  The district prides itself on having outstanding administration and staff.

(Source- USD 357-www.usd357.org)

Belle Plaine Lifestyle

Many of the 1700 citizens are employed in aviation related industries in the surrounding area.  Housed in the Belle Plaine Industrial Park are several firms engaged in various manufacturing operations.  Belle Plaine is the site of a central printing plant for several community newspapers.  Local businesses include a bank, grocery store, gas station, automotive repair and other businesses. Belle Plaine has an excellent school system (K-12).  Family activities available include the City Swimming Pool, 4th of July Celebration, Tulip Festival and other seasonal activities.  The Miss Arkansas Valley Scholarship Pageant, a Miss America Preliminary, is held here.

(Source- Belle Plaine Chamber of Commerce-www.belleplainechamber.com)

Belle Plaine Transportation

Belle Plaine is east of interstate I-35. Wellington and Derby are 20 minutes away and downtown Wichita is a quick 30 minute drive from Belle Plaine. Commuting to work or for a day out is easy from Belle Plaine.

Belle Plaine Local Attractions/Activities

Belle Plaine is home to the Belle Plaine Historical Museum, Barlett Arboretum, parks and more. Belle Plaine offers various historical experiences in addition to community attractions including the swimming pool and various parks. Wichita is a short 30 minute commute and offers many other attractions including the Intrust Bank Arena, Warren Theatre, and Sedgwick County Zoo.

Belle Plaine– History

Belle Plaine, the oldest city in Sumner County, Kansas was founded in 1871 and incorporated in 1884.  Belle Plaine is located in the northeast corner of the county, situated in a valley between the Arkansas and Ninnescah Rivers. Belle Plaine was settled and established by families from Iowa and Ohio. Once known for its many apple orchards, this family oriented community's agriculture base now includes wheat, grain, sorghums, soybeans, mung beans, pecan orchards and cattle.

Despite the description of the area as the "Great American Desert" by General Stephen Long in 1823, many believed the stories of the railroad executives and cowboys and believed Kansas offered abundant rich new land at a price the poorest could afford. So, they came from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and New York as well as Canada, Scotland, Germany and England. They came by covered wagon, on horseback, and on foot. Many brought only what they could carry on their backs or in covered wagons and settled the area that would become Paradise Valley and Belle Plaine, the oldest existing city in Sumner County. Although three other town sights were laid out before Belle Plaine, they did not survive and dropped into obscurity.

On July 5, 1870, the Alexander Clewell family with six children, G.C. Walton family with nine other Waltons, T.L. Cambridge family with seven children, J.B. Leforce, Sr. family with six children, J.B. Leforce family and William Leforce family with one child arrived. They spent their first winter in Wichita. All of the families except for Alexander Clewell moved on when they heard of richer land to the south. Alexander settled one mile north and two miles west of Belle Plaine where their descendants still live and farm the land.

It was not until July 13, 1870 when the Osage tribes made a treaty with the United States Government and ceded their reserve to the government that an increased number of settlers started to arrive. The North family was among those settlers. The Lawless, Phipps, and Griffith families from Kentucky, the Alter family from Pennsylvania and Wallace family from Illinois arrived in 1871 and early 1872. It was at the request of Olive North the town be named after her hometown of Belle Plaine, Iowa. There is another interesting version of how Belle Plaine was named in the book, "Facts and Fables of Belle Plaine".

The Belle Plaine Town Company was founded in January 1, 1871 and purchased land located on Section 35, Township 30, Range 1, east for $1.25 an acre. A total of 319.99 acres were purchased for $399.99. On March 20, 1884, the "Petition for the Incorporation of Belle Plaine as a City of the Third Class" was signed. The local newspaper at the time reported a census of 1,000. The census now is around 1,700. The first building was built for J.C. Thurman. James Hamilton started the first business on February 25.

In the early days, Belle Plaine had a flourmill, one grain elevator, a newspaper, two large hotels, one bank, three churches, a grade school, a stagecoach stop, carriage factory, blacksmith shop and two brick factories. At one time, there were two banks, two newspapers, a sawmill, opera house, and roller skating rink. Just north of town was a dance hall called the Green Frog. Three railroads serviced Belle Plaine at one time; AT&S on the west edge of town, Missouri-Pacific on the south edge and the Midland Valley on the east.

Population
1640
Established Date
1871
Distance from Wichita
26.06
Distance from Hutchinson
75.1
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