16 Acres to Hunt or Build in Elk County, KS!
16+/- acres of paved road frontage is now available! We all know how fast these small tracts are being bought so don't wait, call/text/email Crystal Wonser (316) 641-2235 now! This 16+/- acreage lies in the heart of Elk County. The land is outside of the city limits and rest right off of Hwy 160. The north edge of the property has a locked gate entry. From the entry to the east is a pond surrounding by trees and cattails, looking like a scene out of an old story book. The majority of the land is thick cedar coverage with open grassland. Prefect area for deer bedding. There were numerous tracks and trails found throughout the property when walking through. The south border is woven wire fence that is poor-fair condition with an entry as well that is found on a dead end road. If you are looking to build the features that we find most amazing is the slight elevation and the paved road entry from the north, along with utilities that are close by! This is a versatile piece of land, that has a lot to offer. Find the interactive Map HERE. Call Crystal (316)641-2235 today!
History of Longton according to cityoflongton.com website - Longton was originally named Elk Rapids but was renamed after a village in England to avoid confusion with nearby Elk Falls & Elk City. Herbert Capper, father of Arthur Capper, former governor, senator and founder of Capper's Weekly, named the town. Herbert Capper owned the first hardware store in Longton. The discovery of the Longton oil field in 1902 led to a brief period of boom times for the town.
* 16+/- Acres
* Cedar Coverage
* Numerous Deer Trails
* Paved Road Access
* 30 min from Independence, KS
* 1.5 Hours from Wichita, KS
* Fencing - Poor-Fair Condition
- small game
- whitetail deer