The median home value in Ransom, KS is $54,890.
the county median home value of $72,096.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Ransom, KS is $54,890.
Approximately 63% of Ransom homes are owned,
compared to 13% rented, while
24% are vacant.
Ransom real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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This large production farm in northern Ness County is truly the complete package. With 503 +/- tillable acres, 375 +/- acres of fenced grass, a large farmhouse and equipment shed, and active oil production, it truly checks every box. The soils on the tillable ground are excellent, with crop production ratings up in the 70's. Harney and Uly silt loam make up the majority of the tillable acres. There's currently 144 +/- acres planted to green wheat (buyers will get ? share), 172 +/- acres of milo stalks, 106 +/- acres of wheat stubble, and 66 +/- acres of CRP making up the tillable acres.The pasture has solid fencing and features a nice windmill well, along with a beautiful 5 acre pond, ensuring water won't be an issue, even in a drought year. The combination of the tillable and pasture provide an awesome opportunity to graze stalks and provide additional feed for your herd. A long driveway leads you back to the private farmstead, which features a 2,600 square foot farmhouse. The farmhouse has 3 bedrooms and 2 non-conforming bedrooms, 3 full baths, a large kitchen and living room, and a fully finished basement. All main floor windows have been recently updated, and the house is all prepped for new paint and flooring which will be completed very soon. It also includes a 3,600 square foot machine shed, 2,400 square foot barn/utility building, and corrals. There's also a small tool shed for additional storage.The active oil production is the cherry on top of this farm. It is believed the seller has all mineral rights, and those will pass to the new buyers at closing.