308 E Main

Lehigh, KS 67073

  • For Sale
  • Commercial
  • Other
  • MLS#569140

Property Remarks

Think outside of the box a minute . . . Former church, that could easily be converted to a personal residence with numerous bedrooms and baths, some kind of apartment building with room for upper and lower apartments, or a nice restaurant with a huge sanctuary and available space for kitchen all on the main level. Think town is too small for restaurant, think of Yoder, Brookville, Burrton, etc. People will travel anywhere to have a good meal! Over half of roof has been replaced, and there is ample parking areas around the property for any of the uses mentioned. Great view to the East countryside.

Property Details

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Brick Veneer,Frame,Glass
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Lengthy, title company will determine.
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Corner Lot,Other/See Remarks

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Additional Features

Flood Insurance
City Water
City Sewer


Lehigh Schools

Lehigh students attend school in the Hillsboro Unified School District 410. Total enrollment as of 2015 for USD 410 is 597. Students can participate in a variety of activities including TSA, FCCLA and Scholar’s Bowl.

Lehigh Lifestyle

Lehigh is home to 169 (2013) residents. Lehigh is a small, quiet community with access to many surrounding attractions including the Sedgwick County Zoo and Kansas Cosmosphere Space Center.

Lehigh Transportation

Lehigh is located north of highway US-56. McPherson is under 30 minutes away. Downtown Wichita, Hutchinson, and Salina are all under an hour from Lehigh.

Lehigh Local Attractions/Activities

Surrounding towns like Wichita, Hutchinson, Salina, and McPherson offer a variety of local attractions.

Sedgwick County Zoo

Sedgwick County Zoo, located in Northwest Wichita, was established by the volunteer efforts of civic-minded citizens who formed the Sedgwick County Zoological Society in 1963, many years before the Zoo would take shape. When the American and Asian farms opened as the only exhibits in 1971, families were pleased, but they had little idea of the great things that were in store. Now gorillas, penguins and tigers inspire more than 500,000 guests annually. Enjoy our array of exhibits year-round!  The Zoo is open 364 days a year.

Kansas Cosmosphere Space Center

What is now one of the world’s premier space museums was once the dream of a Hutchinson civic leader, Patricia Brooks Carey. Her vision to create one of the first public planetariums in the central United States had humble beginnings. In 1962, the Hutchinson Planetarium opened inside the Poultry Building on the Kansas State Fairgrounds with a used star projector and rented folding chairs.

Four years later, the Hutchinson Planetarium relocated to the campus of Hutchinson Community College, in what today houses Dr. Goddard’s Lab.

In 1976, Carey and the Hutchinson Planetarium’s board of directors began planning to significantly expand the facility. They sought the advice of former employee Max Ary, who had worked for the planetarium while going to college. Ary was the director of Ft. Worth’s Noble Planetarium at the time and happened to be serving on a Smithsonian committee that placed tens of thousands of space artifacts in museums after the Apollo program concluded.

So the Cosmosphere was in the right place at the right time.

Launched as the Kansas Cosmosphere and Discover Center in 1980, the new facility featured permanent exhibit galleries in the Hall of Space Museum, one of the first OMNIMAX theaters in the world and the planetarium that started it all.

In 1997, the facility was further renovated and expanded to its present size, 105,000 square feet, nearly tripling the area devoted to the Hall of Space Museum. Today the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center is one of the most comprehensive space museums in the world and one of the leading educational tourist attractions in the United States.

(Source- Kansas Cosmosphere Space Center-www.cosmo.org)

Rolling Hills Zoo

Here you can get face-to-face with a rare white camel, an Indian rhino, a curious orangutan, an ornery aardvark or many of the other animals of the 100+ species of wildlife at home in our zoo. Great care has been taken to provide our animals spacious and naturalistic environments throughout 60 acres of beautifully landscaped park. 

(Source- Rolling Hills Zoo-www.rollinghillswildlife.com)

McPherson Water Park

You can select from an assortment of activities; cruise the 500 foot lazy river, a giant water slide, deep diving area, 8 lane 50 meter pool and a children’s spray recreation area. The McPherson Water Park offers fun for all ages!

(Source- McPherson Water Park-www.mcphersonwaterpark.com)

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