The Spring Hill (Z Bar) Ranch is a 10,894 acre cattle ranch located two miles north of Strong City in Chase County, Kansas. The ranch is located in the Flint Hills of east-central Kansas and contains a vast expanse of tallgrass prairie. Spring Hill Ranch House (built 1881; listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971),  is an imposing three story, eleven-room building constructed in the Second Empire style, a rare architectural style in the region, and executed in native materials.  <br />
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The 6,480 square foot, 3-story barn is nearly as impressive as the house. At the time of its construction, it lacked two feet of being the largest barn in the state of Kansas.
  
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The Spring Hill (Z Bar) Ranch is a 10,894 acre cattle ranch located two miles north of Strong City in Chase County, Kansas. The ranch is located in the Flint Hills of east-central Kansas and contains a vast expanse of tallgrass prairie. Spring Hill Ranch House (built 1881; listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971), is an imposing three story, eleven-room building constructed in the Second Empire style, a rare architectural style in the region, and executed in native materials.

The 6,480 square foot, 3-story barn is nearly as impressive as the house. At the time of its construction, it lacked two feet of being the largest barn in the state of Kansas.

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  • 2017 Nebraska Eclipse Trip
  • Flint Hills
  • Kansas
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Spring Hill Ranch House
  • Strong City
  • Tall Grass Prairie Preserve
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