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127 Acres 7555 S State Road 257

Washington, IN, 47501

  • Price $1,789,000
  • MLS #201852010
127 acres that consist of great farm land and a booming business called Knepp’s Fun Fest. The farm land is currently leased to tenant farmers. This is a very productive farm. The business is further described as follows: Contribute to society and purchase a business in a great location on Highway 257 South that has tremendous income potential with its close proximity to Washington and Jasper. The I-69 exit also brings Evansville, Bloomington, and Indianapolis to your door step. This business is known as Knepp’s Fun Fest ( FaceBook Link https://www.facebook.com/kneppsfunfest) and has been steadily growing and expanding for the 5 years that it has been in operation. Purchase this booming business and help make it a household name across the Midwest. The current owners operate this business for 6 weekends in the fall of the year, but they feel that it could be expanded to take in more events throughout the rest of the year. The word Turn Key clearly defines the definition of this opportunity. You will be buying much more than just this beautiful 39 acres!! Consider these and so many more: 2 Hay Wagons, 3 Antique Box Wagons, Huge Ziplines, Rock Climbing wall, barrel train, 30 wooden benches, Texaco Sign and Gas pump valued @ aprox. $10,000 , beetle bug advertising vehicle, curtain maze, lots of expensive playground equipment including but not limited to a Noah’s Ark Playground, Obstacle Course, Pipe Swing, and so-o-o much more!! Do not forget about 10 ( Newer ) buildings that play a vital part in this old-time town!! Including The Diner, The Jail, a huge candle making building, The Gas Station, old school, The Blacksmith Shop, dress-up shop and more. There’s wagon rides to the Pumpkin fields, food for the towns-folk, pumpkin shooting contests, and so-o-o much more to mention that would take pages to describe. Teach today’s generation how things were done in the old days!! Also included on the outskirts of town are 2 stables for livestock, a huge metal pole building w/lean-to’s, and an older cabin that the seller’s rent out to the public for much of the summer months. Purchase this booming business and help make it a household name across the Midwest. $1,000,000 for business, 39 Acres, and all the above. The entirety is priced at $1,789,000 for the 127 acres, business, and all the above.

Annual Taxes: $5,097
  • Lot Size5532120
  • TownshipHarrison
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