1228 Hawk Rd

Howard, KS 67349

  • Land
  • MLS#570654

Property Remarks

LARGE STOCKED POND, FISHING, PASTURE, FLINT HILLS, DEER, TURKEY, TIMBER, WATERFOWL, SCENIC VIEWS. This is a premier Flint Hills hunting, fishing and recreational getaway located southwest of Howard, Kansas in Elk County. The property contains 157.4 taxable acres and has a combination of quality Flint Hills pasture, a large lake, timber, and a potential building site for your weekend getaway. The hunting opportunities include deer, turkey, and waterfowl. This diverse property will provide the next owner a one stop opportunity for excellent fishing and hunting for years to come.

Property Details

Number of Acres
157.4
Lot Size/SqFt
6,870,510

Schools

School District
West Elk School District (USD 282)
Elementary School
Other
Middle School
Other
High School
Other

Location

County
Elk
Area
ELK - Elk County
Subdivision
None Listed On Tax Record
City
Howard
State
KS
Zipcode
67349

Presented By:

Stephanie Carlson

Realtor/Manager REO Division
Residential
316.650.3797

Financial

HOA
No
Yearly General Taxes
$559.52
General Tax Year
2018
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Builder Options
Open Builder
Shape/Location
Rectangular
Topographic
Pond/Lake, Treeline
Present Usage
Pasture,Recreat
Flood Insurance
Unknown
Road Frontage
Dirt
Utilities Available
Electricity
Outbuildings
Equipment Barn
Other Features
Mineral Rights Included

Howard

Howard Schools

West Elk USD 282

West Elk Public Schools is located just outside the city limits of Howard, Kansas. The district includes the communities of Elk Falls, Howard, Moline, Severy and several townships encompassing 540 square miles. West Elk is a 2A school with 346 students in pre-kindergarten through the twelfth grade. In addition to the core subjects, West Elk offers art, vocal and band to represent Fine Arts. The vocational programs available are Family and Consumer Science, Business, Woodworking and Vocational Agriculture.

Junior High students may participate on numerous athletic teams at West Elk Schools. Those include football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, and track. High school students also have cross country, softball and baseball in which to be involved.

West Elk also has several activities and clubs to give young people an opportunity to become well rounded students. This includes the Fall Play, FCCLA, FFA, Forensics, Math Team, Scholars Bowl, FBLA/SkillsUSA and Student Government.

(Source-USD 282-westelk.us)

Howard Lifestyle

Howard is home to 633 (2013) residents. Howard enjoys a small town atmosphere with several outdoor attractions. Surrounding cities like Augusta and Independence offer a variety of attractions.

Howard Transportation

Howard is located west of highway KS-99. Independence, Augusta, and Winfield are all under an hour from Howard.

Howard Local Attractions/Activities

Howard is home to Poplar Pizza and Toots Drive-In. Howard has three churches; The Flints Hills Assembly of God, First Baptist Church and Howard United Methodist Church. Howard also offers Polk Daniels Lake and three city parks for the family to spend the day outdoors.

Howard –History

Named for Gen. Oliver Otis Howard (1830-1909), a career army officer who commanded Union forces at the first and second battles of Bull Run and at Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg and Gettysburg. After the war, he served as head of the Freedman's Bureau, and was later in the Indian campaigns. Howard was a moral crusader, insisting his troops attend prayer and temperance meetings, and he championed the freedom and equality of former slaves, helping to found what became Howard University in Washington, D.C. Howard County was composed of lands acquired from the Great and Little Osage Indians by the U.S. government via treaty in the late 1860s.

Howard County was first established as Godfrey County, and in 1861 became Seward County. Howard County was established on Feb. 26, 1867. A long-running dispute over the location of the county seat between Elk Falls, Howard City, Boston, Peru, and Langdon resulted in the use of the Kansas militia to keep the peace. In 1875, Howard County was divided lengthwise into Elk and Chautauqua counties, primarily to settle the county seat feud.

(Source- Kansas Historical Society-www.kshs.org)

Population
649
Established Date
1870
Distance from Wichita
72.96
Distance from Hutchinson
121.57

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