Property Remarks

WELCOME to the best little area of Derby! Fairway Meadows Subdivision offers owners a quiet area where most of the homes are situated on some acreage. Which provides a quiet country feeling while you are very close to the city and amenities and golf courses. Derby, Rose Hill, and Wichita are minutes away. This one owner home was built in 1993 on a little over 1/2 acre lot and has been well taken care of. The brick and stone make the entrance to this home stunning with a covered front porch to welcome your guests inside. Featured in this all electric, 5 bedroom ranch home are 3 baths, main floor laundry/mud room, 2 car attached garage as well as a 1 car detached. Back yard is fenced with gates for access. The formal living room has a wood burning fireplace and open feeling to the dining and kitchen. The finished basement has a very large family room, 2 more bedrooms, a bath, and a very large storage room. This storage room is over 400 sq ft and could be finished for more living space! Would make a wonderful theater room. Just off the kitchen is a lovely enclosed sun room that overlooks the backyard and acreage behind. Or you can exit the sun room to enjoy the outdoors under the covered patio. The heat and air were new in 2016, roof new in 2010, and new carpet in living room and stairs in 2017. Come take a look.

Property Details

# of Acres
0.53
Property Type
Residential
Listing Type
Sale
Total SqFt
2,834
Bedrooms
5
Full Baths
3
Approximate Age
21 - 35 Years
Year Built
1993

Schools

School District
Rose Hill Public Schools (USD 394)
Elementary School
Rose Hill
Middle School
Rose Hill
High School
Rose Hill

Location

County
Sedgwick
Area
901 - SE Suburban SG
Subdivision
FAIRWAY MEADOWS

Presented By:

Michelle Leeper

Sales Associate
Residential
316.209.6232

Exterior

Lot Info
Acreage
0.53
Lot Size/SqFt
1
Lot Description
Standard
Exterior Amenities
Covered Deck
Fence-Chain
Guttering
Irrigation Pump
Irrigation Well
Sprinkler System
Storm Door(s)
Exterior Construction
Frame w/More than 50% Mas
Roofing
Composition
Garage
Attached
Detached
Opener
Oversized
Garage Capacity
2
Frontage
Paved Frontage

Interior

Basement
Yes
Levels
One Story
Approximate AGLA
1,734
AGLA Source
Court House
Approximate BFA
1,100
BFA Source
Owner
Approximate TFLA
2,834
Master Bedroom
Level
Main
Dimensions
20'1" x 13'2
Flooring
Carpet
Living Room
Level
Main
Dimensions
21'10" x 17'9
Flooring
Carpet
Kitchen
Level
Main
Dimensions
13'7" x 12'9
Flooring
Vinyl
Room Dimensions
Room 4
13'6" x 10'6
Room 5
11'7" x 9
Room 6
12'7" x 11'7
Room 7
31'9" x 21'3
Room 8
12'5" x 11
Room 9
13'5" x 11
Room 10
11'4" x 6
Room 11
11'5" x 11
Room 12
31'11" x 13
Architecture
Ranch
Basement/Foundation
Full
Day Light
Basement Finish
2 Bedroom
1 Bath
Bsmt Rec/Family Room
Bsmt Storage
Dining Area
Eating Space in Kitchen
Kitchen/Dining Combo
Fireplace
One
Living Room
Woodburning
Insert
Kitchen Features
Island
Range Hood
Electric Hookup
Appliances/Equipment
Dishwasher
Disposal
Microwave
Range/Oven
Master Bedroom
Master Bdrm on Main Level
Master Bedroom Bath
Tub/Shower/Master Bdrm
AG Other Rooms
Storage
Sun Room
Laundry
Main Floor
Separate Room
220-Electric
Interior Amenities
Ceiling Fan(s)
Closet-Walk-In
Fireplace Doors/Screens
Window

Financial

HOA
No
Property Taxes
$2,494.18
Yearly Special Taxes
$4.88
Total Special Taxes
$4.88
General Tax Year
2016
Home Warranty Purchased
AHS $460
Short Sale
No

Additional Features

Flood Insurance
Unknown
Utilities
Lagoon
Rural Water
Cooling
Central
Electric
Heating
Forced Air
Electric
Warranty
Home Warranty Purchased

Derby

Photography Courtesy of Bill Fales, Coastal Plains Images

Derby Schools

There are 9 elementary schools, a sixth grade center, two middle school and one high school in the USD 260 school district.

Derby High School

Look no more, Derby High School is it! Derby High School has supported a strong tradition in education for over 100 years. DHS students have the opportunity to learn of and become a part of her rich history, which starts the moment they step through the door. This environment is then cultivated on the strength of an amazing student body, staff, and surrounding community. DHS students can immerse themselves in rigorous academic schedules, participate in championship level athletic programs, and be a part of one or more of over fifty extra-curricular activities and/or organizations. All the while, students benefit from “real world” experiences that enrich their high school career.

Derby High School stands above other area schools due to unique course offerings and co-curricular opportunities. Derby High School offers an accredited pre-engineering program, title Project Lead The Way (PLTW), cultivating real world math and science skills. Languages are expanded with English Language Learner services and an American Sign Language class, which may lead to an interpreter certification. Courses providing interaction with therapy dogs, student mentoring, broadcasting, and accelerated use of technology give exposure to experiences beyond the typical classroom. Additionally, DHS is one of few schools in the nation offering courses in airbrush.

A student will not only feel the support of the school but the community as well. Strong relationships exist among businesses in the Derby community, McConnell Air Force Base, and the school district. These positive working relationships allow unique learning opportunities. One example is a Finance/Accounting Career pathway, stemming from a partnership between Derby High School and Versus Bank. Students learn about banking, finance, and accounting while working in a fully-functional Verus Bank Branch, operating right out of the DHS commons.

(Source- Derby High School-www.dhs.derbyschools.com)

Derby Lifestyle

Derby is the place for families, retirees, young professionals, and visitors. Residents enjoy more than 25 miles of hike and bike paths, top-notch recreational opportunities, quality education, and a family-friendly environment.

(Source- City of Derby-www.derbyweb.com)

Derby Transportation

Just east of I-35, Derby is only 20 minutes from downtown Wichita for an easy commute to work. Derby has 25 miles of hiking and biking paths.

Derby Local Attractions/Activities

Derby is home to many parks for the family to enjoy. Spend your day outside at the Rock River Rapids waterpark.

Derby Farmers Market

Fresh seasonal produce, locally made products, and handmade crafts will are among the many offerings available. Early season produce includes cauliflower, kale, broccoli, spinach, radishes, green onions, beets, swiss chard, cucumbers, turnips, squash, asparagus and lettuce.

Rock River Rapids

Rock River Rapids is a full service Aquatic Park with Concessions, Lockers (provide your own lock), a Bathhouse and Gift Counter. There are numerous areas at the park liberally equipped with lounge chairs for relaxing. The Park is staffed with Supervisors and an officer from the Derby Police Department to ensure you have a comfortable and safe stay at the Park.

(Source-City of Derby-www.derbyweb.com)

Derby– History

In the early spring of 1869, the Alexander Garrett family brought their covered wagon to a stop on the bank of Spring Creek after a long journey from Ohio. They took out a claim and later built a sod house, and that’s where the city known today as Derby began. The city was formed by Hart Minnich and John Hufbauer when they filed a plat on July 11, 1871. Hufbauer was originally from an area near El Paso, Illinois and decided the new city should bear the name El Paso.

By 1880, the railroad had pushed farther south, and the mail for El Paso, Kan. and El Paso, Texas was constantly mixed up. To ease this problem, the railroad depot was named Derby, after one of the railroad officials, C.F. Derby. Gradually, residents began to call the town Derby. When the town of about 300 was formally incorporated on June 1, 1903 as a city of the third class with a mayor-council form of government by the Board of Sedgwick County Commissioners, it was still named El Paso. It was not until 1956 that the name was officially changed from El Paso to Derby.

The first city building in Derby was constructed in the 1880s. When a new building was built in 1966 on Baltimore Ave., the original structure was moved to the Old Cowtown Museum in Wichita for historic preservation. In 1990, a new city hall and library building opened on east Madison Avenue at Mulberry Street. In 2001, a new city hall opened north of the library, and the old city hall was converted into a senior center.

(Source- City of Derby-www.derbyweb.com)

Population
23047
Established Date
1869
Distance from Wichita
11.65
Distance from Hutchinson
61.61

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