Silverwood Apartments is a 48-unit housing community located in Winfield, KS, a town 40 miles southeast of Wichita. The property is conveniently located close to major employers, shopping, and healthcare. Education facilities are nearby and include primary, secondary, and higher education institutions.
The property was built in 2000 and consists of one, two, and three bedroom apartment homes. Each unit comes standard with a fully equipped kitchen, extra storage, patio/balcony, and walk-in closets. Washer and dryer connections are available in the three bedroom units. Community amenities include a playground, an on-site laundry facility, walking paths, an on-site leasing office, assigned parking, and high speed internet access.
Winfield is a city in and the county seat of Cowley County, Kansas, situated along the Walnut River in South Central Kansas. The city has a population of 12,301 and is the second most populous city of Cowley County and has twice been rated as one of “The 100 Best Small Towns in America” in a nationwide guide.
The city is home to several Fortune 500 Companies, such as, Coca Cola, Rubbermaid, GE Engine Service, and S & Y Industries. The universally-known orange Rubbermaid cooler is manufactured in Winfield, at the Newell-Rubbermaid plant. Several other key employers, include Silgan Dispensing Systems and Husky Liners, Inc., who also produce plastic products.
Winfield’s flagship institution is Southwestern College, an independent, four-year school related to the Methodist Church. Southwestern has a total of 1,850 students on campus, at outreach centers in Wichita and Oklahoma City, and online.
A Vietnam Memorial Wall- a replica of the Washington, D.C. monument- with the names of Kansans who died in the war, is the centerpiece of Memorial Park. Other community assets are the Winfield City Lake, a 1,130-acre lake with marina, boat docks, and sand beaches, Island Park, a long-time Chautauqua site, found at the north end of Main Street, the Cowley County Historical Society Museum, the Cowley County Fair, and the Walnut Valley festival.