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2179 E Rohrer Road

Vincennes, IN, 47591

  • Price $434,000
  • MLS #201602367
Wonderful opportunities with this property. Great barns with stalls for livestock, horses and with great pasture, high tensil fencing and an outstanding riding arena. Some ground could be farmed. The small barn is 60 x 50 with 4 stalls and a lean-to. Arena is 110 x 120 with 5 finished and 5 unfinished stalls. Arena has 72'of clear span in it.

Annual Taxes: $970
  • Lot Size1298959
  • TownshipVincennes
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