Kingman County Land for Sale

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9 Properties:

$135,000
1114 NE 100 Ave Murdock KS 67111
2.1 acres
Single Family OnSite Blt, Ranch - Murdock, KSMore Detail +
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Adrian Mauk , Crown III Realty LLC
$74,900
2291 E Bluff Kingman KS 67068
4.5 acres
Single Family OnSite Blt, Traditional - Kingman, KSMore Detail +
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DAWN WADE , RE/MAX Premier
$519,000
7863 S HWY 14 Kingman KS 67068
13 acres
Single Family OnSite Blt, Ranch - Kingman, KSMore Detail +
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Joyce Miller , Hometown Partners, LLC
$130,000
14994 SE 100th St Norwich KS 67118
39.1 acres
Undeveloped Acreage - Norwich, KSMore Detail +
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TIM WELICKY , Realty World Alliance
$70,000
00000 NE 10 Ave Kingman KS 67068
11.1 acres
Undeveloped Acreage - Kingman, KSMore Detail +
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Mary Jo Chilton , PenFed Realty
Call Mary Jo Chilton with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty at 316-258-9502
$310,000
4000 SW 100 St Spivey KS 67142
81.3 acres
Single Family OnSite Blt, Ranch - Spivey, KSMore Detail +
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Keely Hillard , Keller Williams Signature Partners, LLC
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A PIECE OF KANSAS PARADISE! This 81.3 acre property features a 2,293 square foot home, spring fed creek, heavy timber, CRP field, 40' x 80' Round Top Shed, excellent opportunit...

Kingman County, KS Land Info

Kingman County is a mid-size urban county located in a busy metropolitan area of Kansas. The most common type of land for sale in Kingman County recently was farms, while Kingman featured the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Kingman County at $1,338, with an average list price of $162,194 for land and farms for sale in Kingman County. Of Kansas's 105 counties, Kingman County ranks 52nd in terms of its population (7,687, according to Census data from 2015). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Kansas. Size-wise, Kingman County is Kansas's 40th biggest county (867 square miles, which comprises one percent of the state). Farming activities in Kingman County generate annual revenues of $103 million, 74 percent of which is from livestock products and 26 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is livestock farming.

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