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9 Properties:

$289,900

Log Home

2.7 acres
902 SE Hardtner Kiowa KS 67070
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PLATINUM
If you love these 4 things you will love this property. #1 A lovely Log home with 4 bedrooms, 3 ½ bath, large kitchen, pantry, wood floors. Wonderful sunroom, large open living room with stone wood bu...
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$561,000
Attica KS 67009
374.9 acres
374.9 Acres in Barber County, KansasMore Detail +
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John Nixon / Jed Hill , United Country - Nixon Auction & Realty, LLC
This is a nice income-producing recreational property consisting of CRP grass, as well as some pasture and timber in Unit 16, Harper County, Kansas. This 374.9 acre tract is 6.5 miles East of Sharon, ...
$1,071,000
Medicine Lodge KS 67104
476 acres
Medicine River Prime Hunting PropertyMore Detail +
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John Nixon / Jed Hill , United Country - Nixon Auction & Realty, LLC
This long time family owned recreational property is just what everyone has been waiting for. Conveniently located just off Highway 281, eight miles south of Medicine Lodge, Kansas, the location is ju...
$675,000
1289 SW Gyp Hill Rd Medicine Lodge KS 67104
38.6 acres
Single Family OnSite Blt, Ranch - Medicine Lodge, KSMore Detail +
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HEATHER STEWART , Coldwell Banker Plaza Real Estate
Contact Heather Stewart - (316) 204-3645 for more information about this home. Premiere Property with one of the BEST views in Barber County. Situated on the Scenic Gyp Hill Byway this 40 acre tract...

Barber County, KS Land Info

Barber County is a mid-size rural county in Kansas. The most common type of land for sale in Barber County recently was farms, while Medicine Lodge was the city in Barber County with the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Barber County at $1,269, with an average list price of $664,217 for land and farms for sale in Barber County. Of Kansas's 105 counties, Barber County ranks 70th in terms of its population (4,823, according to Census data from 2015). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Kansas. Size-wise, Barber County is Kansas's sixth biggest county (1,136 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Barber County generate annual revenues of $88 million, 51 percent of which is from livestock products and 49 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is livestock farming.

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