330 E 4TH ST

Newton, KS 67114

  • Residential
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • MLS#566593

Property Remarks

Who do you know that would like to own a 2 1/2 story home in Newton's historic district that used to be a church parsonage? This home has beautiful woodwork through out. There are 3 bedrooms with 3 bonus rooms (no closets), 2 baths, and a huge bones space attic area that is all finished w/ wood burning stove and just overall very cool area. There is a fenced yard and a 2 car detached garage area. There is some TLC that needs to be done but priced accordingly.

Property Details

# of Acres
0.14
Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
2,542
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
2
Approximate Age
81+ Years
Year Built
1917

Schools

School District
Newton School District (USD 373)
Elementary School
Slate Creek
Middle School
Other
High School
Newton

Location

County
Harvey
Area
H36 - NE Newton
Subdivision
NEWTON ORIGINAL TOWNSHIP-SUPP MAP

Presented By:

Stephanie Carlson

Realtor/Manager REO Division
Residential
316.650.3797

Exterior

Lot Info
Acreage
0.14
Lot Size/SqFt
0
Lot Description
Standard
Exterior Amenities
Deck
Fence-Wood
Guttering
Sidewalks
Storm Door(s)
Storm Windows/Ins Glass
Exterior Construction
Frame
Roofing
Composition
Garage
Detached
Opener
Garage Capacity
2
Frontage
Paved Frontage

Interior

Basement
Yes
Levels
2 Story
Approximate AGLA
2,542
AGLA Source
Court House
BFA Source
Court House
Approximate TFLA
2,542
Master Bedroom
Level
Upper
Dimensions
13 x 12
Flooring
Carpet
Living Room
Level
Main
Dimensions
16 x 13
Flooring
Carpet
Kitchen
Level
Main
Dimensions
13 x 10
Flooring
Vinyl
Room Dimensions
Room 4
11 x 11
Room 5
10 x 11
Room 6
11 x 10
Room 7
11 x 10
Room 8
12 x 10
Room 9
12 x 11
Room 10
13 x 28
Architecture
Colonial
Basement/Foundation
Full
Std Bsmt Window no-egress
Dining Area
Formal
Fireplace
Rec Room/Den
Woodburning
Free Standing
Appliances/Equipment
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
AG Other Rooms
Bonus Room
Sun Room
Laundry
Main Floor
220-Electric
Interior Amenities
Ceiling Fan(s)
Window Coverings-All

Financial

HOA
No
Property Taxes
$2,826.00
Yearly Special Taxes
$36.00
General Tax Year
2018
Home Warranty Purchased
No
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Flood Insurance
Unknown
Utilities
Sewer
Natural Gas
Public Water
Cooling
Central
Electric
Heating
Forced Air
Gas
Warranty
No Warranty Provided

Newton

LIFESTYLE

Newton is a city with pride for its past and great vision for its future.  Located just 20 minutes north of Wichita on Interstate 135, Newton offers an ideal family environment; affordable, quiet neighborhoods, outstanding schools, and abundant community activities. Newton's 19,500 residents enjoy small town living with easy access to all the amenities of the metropolitan area.

TRANSPORTATION

Major highways (I-135US-50US-81K-15), an airport, and the BNSF Railway make Newton a central location for easy transportation. Amtrak's Southwest Chief stops in Newton twice each day and provides passenger rail service towards Los Angeles and Chicago. The Amtrak station has an enclosed waiting area with accessible platform and wheelchair available.

Newton City/County Airport is located 2 miles east of Newton.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS/ACTIVITIES

Spend a day exploring museums, stroll through some shops, see a show or walk along the bike path. 

Sand Creek Station Golf Course, praised as being the 24th best municipal course you can play in the Nation by Golf Week Magazine, is a links-style 18-hole public gold course with a bent grass playing surface designed by architect Jeff Brauer. Unique features include an active railway running through the course. Sand Creek borders four holes, and eleven custom ponds. 

HISTORY

Newton, the county seat, was a hub of the Santa Fe Railroad. Due to Newton promoter John C. Nicholson, the city was also at the crossroads of two major highways—81 and 50. The town founded in 1871 was named after Newton, Massachusetts, home of some of the Santa Fe stockholders.

The earliest settlers saw the movement of great herds of cattle to Abilene through the area that was to become Newton. The town became a dynamic railhead when the Santa Fe Railroad, building track from Emporia, met the Chisholm Trail. Longhorn cattle from Texas were shipped to the east coast from Newton between 1871 and 1873. With a mix of cowboys, saloons and brothels, Newton became known as “the wickedest town in the West.”

Population
19189
Established Date
1871
Distance from Wichita
27.38
Distance from Hutchinson
35.31
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