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Pratt County 240

240 acres
Coats KS 67028
Southwest of Coats, KS this piece offers income as well as terrific deer and bird hunting opportunities. 40 acres of fenced pasture complement the 200 acres of dryland farmground. ?Minerals are includ...
Kerry Cromer, Hayden Outdoors
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403 W. 1st St.

1 acre
403 W. 1st St. Pratt KS 67124
Charming Home with great location for families with children. Adventure awaits in Gebhart Park, just outside the back yard. The park has playground equipment, baby pool and a covered picnic area. Larg...
Alan Howard, Results Realty, LLC
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0000 NE 10th Pratt KS 67124
20.1 acres
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John Hamm , Hamm Auction and Real Estate
Tremendous opportunity for housing development close to Pratt with that country feel. Located NE of 10th street, features rolling topography and dry creek bed. Perfect location for building your dream...
0 SE 30th Ave Pratt KS 67124
4.1 acres
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Starla Elliott , CENTURY 21 Grigsby Realty
4 acre lot in prestigious Lake Bend Addition Pratt County with electric available.Lots are situated on paved road. Any construction must abide by land covenants and restrictions. Call Starla at 620-...

Pratt County, KS Land Info

Pratt County is a mid-size urban county within what is considered a non-metropolitan part of Kansas. The most common type of land for sale in Pratt County recently was hunting land, while Pratt had the most land listed for sale in Pratt County. Internal July 2016 data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Pratt County at $42,705, with an average list price of $98,629 for land and farms for sale in Pratt County. Of the 105 counties in Kansas, Pratt County ranks 42nd in terms of its population (9,691, according to Census data from 2015). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Kansas. In terms of size, Pratt County is Kansas's 52nd biggest county (736 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Pratt County generate annual revenues of $273 million, 46 percent of which is from livestock products and 54 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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