Investor special at Medicine Lodges oldest established community! Breathe new life into this 1930 stucco Craftsman cottage sitting on a 0.48 acre corner lot. This listing has seen better days but presents tremendous potential to a buyer willing to take on the challenge of a total home makeover. The home boasts 4 beds, 2 full baths, spacious living spaces and a sunroom! A 2-car detached garage and storage shed are included in the sale. Love the original hardwood floors, classic home layout, plentiful windows, and even the cozy covered front porch. Dont miss this chance to invest in a solid structure and customize the upgrade to make it truly yours! Live just a few steps away from Fowler Ave, Highway 160, and have easy access to popular recreational spots like the city park and the Medicine Lodge Golf Club. Great proximity to the historic downtown, conveniently close to a Casey’s, Dollar General, Tractor Supply, Pizza Hut, and full service market. Plus the house is within sight to the Stockade Museum & Carrie Nation home. See to appreciate its unbeatable location and the appeal of the opportunity to reinvent a solid home into your dream abode! Property to be sold AS-IS. Call to schedule a private showing with us today!
0.48 acre lot
Build date 1930
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401 S Oak St, Medicine Lodge, KS 67104 $21,500
Contact Realtor:Josh Roy – Keller Williams Hometown Partners
The Kansas fixer upper is in Medicine Lodge, a small city located in Barber County. It is situated in the southern part of the state, approximately 75 miles southwest of Wichita, the largest city in Kansas.
Medicine Lodge has a rich history and is known for its significance in Native American culture and the settlement of the American West. The city gets its name from the Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty, an important event that took place in 1867 between the U.S. government and several Native American tribes, including the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Cheyenne, and Arapaho. The treaty aimed to establish peace and open up the region for settlement by European Americans.
The city is home to the Medicine Lodge Indian Peace Treaty Pageant, an annual event that reenacts the signing of the peace treaty. The pageant attracts visitors from around the country who come to witness the historical reenactment and learn about the area’s Native American heritage.
In addition to its historical significance, Medicine Lodge offers a range of outdoor recreational activities. The nearby Gypsum Hills Scenic Byway provides stunning views of the unique red sandstone formations that characterize the region. Visitors can explore the area through hiking, camping, wildlife watching, and photography.