Kansas Land for Sale

  • 15.4 Acres in Kansas

    $43,000, 15.4 Acres , Lot 16 Cowboy Meadows, Chautauqua, Kansas

    Cowboy Meadows Lot 16 15.40 Acres Cowboy Meadows tracts are incredible properties fea

  • 1 Acres in Kansas

    $185,000, 1 Acres , 606 Vine St, Ellis, Kansas

    This commercial development lot is 1 acre in size and located at 606 Vine St. in Hays, Kan

  • 1280 Acres in Kansas

    $1,800,000, 1280 Acres , , Grant, Kansas

    Call United Country Stutzman Realty & Auction to inquire about this opportunity. Avail

  • 10 Acres in Kansas

    $85,000, 10 Acres , 2850 Nebraska Rd, Franklin, Kansas

    Nice 10 acre building lot on hard-surface road, with easy and close access to I-35 and jus

  • 10 Acres in Kansas

    $800,000, 10 Acres , 24390 W 135th St, Johnson, Kansas

    Large Ranch Style Home (2,114 sqft.) on 10 acres on the west side of Olathe. 3 BR and 1 no

  • 100 Acres in Kansas

    $225,000, 100 Acres , 2659 Shetland Rd, Coffey, Kansas

    What a nice place to build your new home on this 100 acres. Just 3 miles from I-35 and 1/2

  • 110 Acres in Kansas

    $1,100,000, 110 Acres , 4256 NW River Rd, Barber, Kansas

    Located at 4256 NW River Road, this 5,224-square foot, 6-bedroom, 3 bath, custom built hom

  • 130.67 Acres in Kansas

    $295,000, 130.67 Acres , , Pottawatomie, Kansas

    130.67 +/- Acres Pottawatomie County KS Land Legal Description: S18, T07, R08, ACRES 13

  • 160 Acres in Kansas

    $96,000, 160 Acres , , Stevens, Kansas

    Contact United Country Stutzman Realty and Auction to inquire about this 160+/- Acre tract

  • 160 Acres in Kansas

    $440,000, 160 Acres , 3050 Finney Road, Franklin, Kansas

    Unbelievable Recreational or Getaway Property on this 160 acres. Large creek runs all the

  • 160 Acres in Kansas

    $240,000, 160 Acres , SW 70th, Pratt, Kansas

    160 Acres, 157.93 are dry land tillable.

  • 160.89 Acres in Kansas

    $1, 160.89 Acres , , Jackson, Kansas

    LAND AUCTION: Six R Farms, LLC – Sellers Saturday, October 19, 2019 – 10:00 A.M.

  • 187.84 Acres in Kansas

    $540,000, 187.84 Acres , , Cloud, Kansas

    Seller: Andrew F Seifert, Jr TRACT 1: $261,000 List Price Legal Description: S32, T0

  • 41 Acres in Kansas

    $375,000, 41 Acres , 1469 260th, Marion, Kansas

    Two homes in one. Versatile property with a new handicapped accessible home overlooking a

  • 2839 Acres in Kansas

    $6,200,000, 2839 Acres , , Grant, Kansas

    This productive Southwest Kansas farm is located in Grant and Morton Counties. Acreage on

  • 0.25 Acres in Kansas

    $119,900, 0.25 Acres , 216 Main, Sherman, Kansas

    Check out this newly renovated home just listed on North Main Street in Goodland, KS. This


Kansas, and specifically Barton County, rests at the geographic center of the continental United States. Some wag once declared Kansas to be "flatter than a pancake" and state boosters have been burdened with the image ever since. The eastern third of Kansas is actually rippled with rolling hills and the land actually averages over 2,000 feet in elevation, topping out on the the 4,039-foot summit of Mount Sunflower a few steps from the Colorado border.

That does not mean Kansas does not abound in long vistas disappearing into the horizon, a souvenir of the regions's time spent as a seabed over 200 million years ago. Some of the finest are in the eastern part of the state in the Flint Hills that is traversed by a 102-mile scenic byway. The land here is studded with shale and flinty limestone which repelled plows and led to the most lush tallgrass prairie in America. Today the largely undeveloped land is the provence of ranches where buyers can run cattle, hunters can pursue deer and dream of the elk and bison that used to graze here in the millions, or simply explore the land on foot or horseback.

Despite its reputation for homogeneity, land buyers in Kansas can spick and choose from a beguiling range of terrain and climate that goes from arid sub-tropical (only four states have ever recorded a temperature higher than Alton did when the thermometer reached 121 degrees in 1936) to humid continental with harsh winters.

While most Kansas land will be found switching hands in the eastern half of the state there are opportunities for choice property throughout the Sunflower State. Prices vary to accommodate any budget on lots of smaller acreage to spreads of several thousand acres.