The median home value in Oswego, KS is $95,000.
the county median home value of $77,815.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Oswego, KS is $95,000.
Approximately 61% of Oswego homes are owned,
compared to 25% rented, while
14% are vacant.
Oswego real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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150+/- acres of high yielding CRP, man made wetlands, dense native grasses and thick timber creek bottom has hit the market! This midwest playpen with payback is sure to impress land owners from all over with as much as this single property has to offer. The current CRP contract is paying over $10,000 annually and included the implementation of Big Bluestem, Little Bluestem, Indiangrass, Sideoats Grama, Switchgrass, and Western Wheatgrass. All grasses have been planted and are flourishing all throughout the farm, creating some of the most coveted deer and turkey habitat to be had. The creek that subdivides the property in half allows for future pumping possibilities into the existent marshes on the east and west sides of the creek. Not only that, but it also creates the perfect travel corridor for mature whitetails. The holding cell on the north end provides a year round water source. Several mature deer call this property home for various reasons, but the neighborhood is clearly the most prevalent with little road frontage to be had. Almost three square miles of dead sections surround the farm to the south and east. Both marshes have on-grade dirt work completed, proven hunting history and drain structures in place. Soil types allow for future builds as well. The far south end features the perfect early season field pocket with no view from any neighboring farm or public road. Along the west and south boundaries there are several mature trees, making perfect stand locations between the thick native grass and tree rows for rutting whitetails checking scrapes and making rubs. Several coveys of quail have been seen and heard on the property as well, given the immense habitat the CRP fields provide. In all, this property is the ultimate bedding farm with wetlands and creek bottom, to boot! It isn't everyday you have a high percentage return property that goes hand in hand with it's wildlife habitat. Call today to check out this turnkey recreational investment.
Take a look around folks, you won't find another one like it! This 119 +/- acre income producing Labette Creek bottom farm offers just about everything a land buyer could truly ask for. With a great mix of class II & III soils and terraced drainage, you're able to produce serious return just from the farming alone. Currently cash rented, the crop acreage could easily qualify for a number of Government funded programs such as CRP or even EQUIP providing a plethora of benefits from soil health to wildlife habitat improvements. Another massive cornerstone to this property is its abundant Labette Creek frontage. Recreational water pumping rights have been applied for and approved for this property, which can't be said for any other parcel currently on the market for this area. The under road culvert provides ample drainage into the Hepler Soil bottom fields along the east half of the property. Having been waterfowl hunted in the past by simply catching rain runoff, the drainage in place from the south half of the north central tree row all the way to the southern border of this farm can be covered in sheet water. With very little dirt work, the east half of this property could yield 35-40 acres of placed water for an amazing seasonal wetland with flooded crops and tree rows for cover. The farm's location plays a huge factor for both the waterfowl and whitetail aspect. The neighborhood is intensely managed by private owners with a 'wildlife first" approach to their own properties and the results speak for themselves. The over half mile long creek access also allows for great roosting locations for turkeys and plenty of great fishing holes throughout. Mature trees and brush can be found along almost the entire north and east boundaries of the property. With rich hunting history, topography, soils and water access to improve habitat, hard to find location and turnkey agricultural income, this Kansas investment will be tough to beat! Schedule a private showing today!
Here are 5 lots with mature trees just waiting for you to build on them. It is residential but can be commercial if we see the city about the change.