417 E Olive

Oxford, KS 67119

  • Residential
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • MLS#555416

Property Remarks

Welcome home to this adorable ranch featuring 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms offering over 1,300 sq ft. Conveniently located close to the park and schools you won't be disappointed in everything this home has to offer. Wood laminate flooring has been updated throughout the kitchen, dining and living room. Low maintenance metal roof and siding have recently been replaced including newer windows throughout. Enjoy energy efficient HVAC replaced in 2016. Outside space provides plenty of mature trees located on a spacious lot. Don't miss everything this home has to offer! Eligible for ZERO down with Rural Development!! Call your lender for details!!

Property Details

# of Acres
0.24
Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
1,320
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
2
Approximate Age
36 - 50 Years
Year Built
1972

Schools

School District
Oxford School District (USD 358)
Elementary School
Oxford
Middle School
Oxford
High School
Oxford

Location

County
Sumner
Area
S13 - Oxford
Subdivision
ORIGINAL TOWN-OXFORD

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Exterior

Lot Info
Acreage
0.24
Lot Size/SqFt
0
Lot Description
Standard
Exterior Amenities
Guttering
Storage Building(s)
Exterior Construction
Frame w/Less than 50% Mas
Vinyl/Metal Siding
Roofing
Metal
Garage
Attached
Garage Capacity
1
Frontage
Paved Frontage

Interior

Basement
No
Levels
One Story
Approximate AGLA
1,320
AGLA Source
Court House
BFA Source
Court House
Approximate TFLA
1,320
Master Bedroom
Level
Main
Dimensions
11.5 x 10.5
Flooring
Carpet
Living Room
Level
Main
Dimensions
15.5 x 13.5
Flooring
Wood Laminate
Kitchen
Level
Main
Dimensions
12.5 x 7
Flooring
Wood Laminate
Room Dimensions
Room 4
12.5 x 7
Room 5
11 x 10.5
Room 6
11 x 10
Room 7
9 x 7
Architecture
Ranch
Basement/Foundation
Crawl Space
Dining Area
Kitchen/Dining Combo
Fireplace
One
Woodburning
Kitchen Features
Electric Hookup
Appliances/Equipment
Disposal
Microwave
Refrigerator
Range/Oven
Master Bedroom
Master Bdrm on Main Level
Laundry
Main Floor
Interior Amenities
Ceiling Fan(s)
Wood Laminate

Financial

HOA
No
Property Taxes
$1,532.70
General Tax Year
2017
Home Warranty Purchased
No Home Warranty
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Flood Insurance
Unknown
Utilities
Sewer
Natural Gas
Public Water
Cooling
Central
Electric
Heating
Forced Air
Warranty
No Warranty Provided

Oxford

Oxford Schools

Students attend school at Oxford USD 358. Total enrollment for USD 358 is 330. Students can participate in activities including the STEM Program, News Production team, Life of a Wildcat Program, and many more.

Oxford Lifestyle

Oxford is an historic small town located in Sumner County, Kansas on Highway 160.  Oxford has been named a TREE CITY USA for over 10 years. Oxford is full of history and outdoor activities. Located under 45 minutes from Wichita, residents have a lot of options for shopping, eating or entertainment both locally and in Wichita.

Oxford Transportation

Highway US-160 runs through Oxford. Downtown Wichita is less than 45 minutes from Oxford. Wellington is under 20 minutes from Oxford.

Oxford Local Attractions/Activities

The town site sits on the west bank of the Arkansas River. Cave Park is located on the east side of town, and offers a playground area for children, a covered shelter, a public access and paved boat ramp to the Arkansas River. Little Town Square is in the heart of the City and provides a place to sit and enjoy the activities downtown. Napawalla Park, located right off Highway 160, provides camping facilities and covered shelters with tables, and a great playground area. The Oxford Public Library, also located at 115 South Sumner, is open Monday thru Friday from 9-Noon and 1-5 PM.

(Source- City of Oxford-www.oxfordks.org)

Oxford– History

Oxford’s history really began in 1869, when the Osage Indians camped near the large cottonwood ford which winds along the Ninnescah River and dumps into the Arkansas River. Chief Napawalla first gave Oxford its name. When the Treaty of 1870 was signed, the Osage Tribe moved from the area and left thousands of acres of the town “Napawalla” to be purchased by settlers.

J. M. Buffington is recorded as the first white man to cross the Arkansas River.  Whether he did or not, he was a prominent figure in the history of Oxford. He was the mayor of Oxford, and also ran the toll bridge on the Arkansas River. 

“Oxford Town Company” was the first business to open in 1871. This changed the town name to Oxford. Many citizens hoped this name would place the town on the same educational status of Oxford, England. Oxford established the first school district in Sumner County. A newspaper, hotel, schools, churches and a mill helped the town grow quickly.

Oxford was the first school district established south and west of the Arkansas River.  For many years it was known as school district #1.  The first teacher was Minnie Whaley.  When it was planned, the organizers hoped the schools would become a center of higher learning, possibly even having a college. Thus Oxford has a large campus, and the name of the street in front of the elementary school is College Street. Oxford has had several school buildings in the past 138 years. The first school house was a one room wooden building built in 1871.  It was built near the center of town and was moved many times until it finally rested on the west side of town. In 1872, a two-story stone building was built. This was used for all classes with a tower being added later for the high school classes which were organized in 1895-96.  In 1913, a new building for both grade and high school was built; and in 1927, a new high school building was started. The first classes were held in the fall of 1929. In January 1930, the grade school burned down. A new school was erected and is currently still in use. The newest high school was completed in 1967, with additions and remodeling later.

In the 1930’s the town was booming with oil, increasing the population. The town even had an opera house. For many years Oxford was a busy shipping and transportation center. Three railroads ran regular schedules. Gradually oil production lessened and after World War II people were transferred to other areas. Many of those who came here in the 1930’s have retired in Oxford.

(Source- City of Oxford-www.oxfordks.org)

Population
1027
Established Date
1871
Distance from Wichita
40.24
Distance from Hutchinson
89.28
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