One of Haysville’s oldest homes.
The following we do not yet know as fact…
Possibly built in the 1930s. Built and/or occupied by the Nelson family.
Photo taken in 2009 while the house was up for sale. From the Realtor…
“Fantastic home!!! Built well before 1938 this home is every bit of history and modern amenities. 3 bedrooms with a master bath area that has a jetted tub. Full DRY basement. Currently used as a bedroom and office with plenty of room for more. Updated kitchen is incredible! History abounds. This home was one of the original homes in the area. Just walking the property you can find all kinds of artifacts! “
Located in the Hillcrest Plaza shopping center this address has been home to a variety of businesses including those listed below.
Pam’s Diner. 2006 to 2008.
Colt’s Bar & Grill in the 1990s.
The Learning Center 2009.
This building appears to have originally been built as a house and at some point converted to business. This was the site of the Hurley Orchard and I believe this may have been the office for the orchard. It has also been occupied by the following businesses…
Dale Stearns insurance.
A pet store that I believe specialized in reptiles.
125 Anita was originally part of an L shaped strip that extended to the south. The rest of the building was destroyed in the 1999 tornado.
The building had been home to the Kooler bar among other things. What was left of the building was rebuilt and opened as Amelina’s Mexican Restaurant. After Amelina’s closed the building opened as the China Cafe.