The median home value in Weir, KS is $40,462.
the county median home value of $68,956.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Weir, KS is $40,462.
Approximately 67% of Weir homes are owned,
compared to 19% rented, while
13% are vacant.
Weir real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Weir real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Not your average pasture, folks!This 66 +/- acre northeast Cherokee County, Kansas farm & homestead is unlike anything you'll see on the market today. At the end of the 300' long, fully paved main entrance you'll find the 1800 +/- sqft. ranch style home with custom brick trim and staircase, west facing covered porch, a 4500 +/- sqft. iron framed shop with partially finished living quarters, pool with sun deck, fully fenced horse corral and storm shelter. Ample graveled parking space surrounds the home and shop allowing room for multiple vehicles and pieces of equipment. The 2020 Clayton Homes "Lulamae" features modern farm home style interior with an open floorpan design. With 3 beds, 2 full baths, laundry room, laminate flooring and kitchen island, this sprawling floorpan is perfect for family living! The west half of the 2 story shop is framed, wired, plumbed and ready for the finishing touches of the new owner. Having been newly sided, you'll find intricate detail to the work done thus far on the shop. The old "office" building serves as a tack room for the horse corral. An older 40'x60'' barn sits along the main trail to the south of the home and shop. The possibilities for the east half of the property are endless. The acreage itself has over 2.5 miles of winding, manicured trails that are large enough for a full sized pick-up to navigate through. Trail riders and hunters alike will find the trail system to be incredibly valuable for recreational enjoyment. 5 different ponds are scattered from east to west, the largest of which is found right along side the paved driveway. Two gated, south entrances can be found along Liberty road where power lines enter the property as well. With hundreds of surrounding acres of agricultural fields, the farm's dense timber, terrain change, brush, and native grass are the perfect habitat mixture for incredible wildlife bedding. Deer, turkey and quail are full time residents of this midwest gem. 25 acres can be split off.
Check out this one-acre lot on the corner of Olive and Dreher in Weir. The city stated utilities can be added to the property for an extra cost. The front yard is in a flood zone. The neighbor's land has been removed from the flood zone. You can have alley access or have a culvert installed for a drive. Call the city office for a cost breakdown and more info.