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Chase County Quarter

160 acres
Elmdale KS 66850
Here's your chance to grab a 160 /- acres of Flint Hills grass located in Chase County. The rolling topography of this property is highlighted by beautiful views and also has several drainages where ...
Ron Helus, Hayden Outdoors
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510 E. 6th St. Strong City KS 66869
0.5 acres
0.5 Acres in Chase County, KansasMore Detail +
Brenda Doudican , Midwest Land Group
Ranch style home with three bedrooms and one full bathroom on the main level and master suite in the newly finished basement. This property sits on a half acre oversized lot that is fully privacy fenc...

Chase County, KS Land Info

Chase County is a mid-size rural county in Kansas. Of Kansas's 105 counties, Chase County ranks 90th in terms of its population (2,679, according to 2015 Census estimates). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Kansas. At 778 square miles, Chase County is Kansas's 49th biggest county (comprising less than one percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Chase County at $5,189, with an average list price of $275,000 for land and farms for sale in Chase County. The main agricultural staple here is crops. Farming activities in Chase County generate annual revenues of $84.7 million, 13 percent of which is from livestock products and 87 percent from crop harvests.

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