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15471 E County Line Road

Sandborn, IN, 47578

  • Price $275,000
  • Beds3
  • Baths1
  • Sq. Ft.1744
  • MLS #201735213
Beautiful Country Setting for this 24+ acre farm complete with home, in ground pool, pond, corn cribs and several outbuildings that include: hand hewn peg construction horse barn built in 1890, large tool shed, farrowing house, Moore pole barn, machine shed & a small outbuilding. This is a working farm with approx. 15 acres tillable ground, approx. 6 acres wooded, that seller has never logged plus approx. 4 acres of homestead area. There is even a summer kitchen complete with Franklin stove and above attic storage.

Annual Taxes: $1,656
  • # of Rooms7
  • AmenitiesBuilt-In Bookcase, Countertops-Laminate, Dryer Hook Up Electric, Eat-In Kitchen, Patio Open, Stand Up Shower, Tub and Separate Shower, Washer Hook-Up
  • Architectual StyleBungalow
  • Basement/FoundationPartial Basement
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • DrivewayGravel
  • FireplaceNo
  • FlooringCarpet,Vinyl
  • FenceWood
  • GarageDetached
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • Lot Size1078546
  • Lot DescriptionPartially Wooded,15+
  • Sale IncludesDishwasher, Refrigerator, Washer, Oven-Electric, Range-Electric, Water Heater Electric, Water Softener-Owned
  • SewagePrivate
  • StyleOne Story
  • TownshipVincennes
    • Heath Klein

      Realtor/Broker
      Cell: (812) 291-2202

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