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503 E Maple Street

Oaktown, IN, 47561

  • Price $74,900
  • Beds2
  • Baths1
  • Sq. Ft.1594
  • MLS #201821292
SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM THAT'S MOVE IN READY!! Features include an updated bathroom with tiled, walk-in shower, large open kitchen w/ 7 windows offering an abundance of natural light, main level laundry closet, built-ins in both the living and family rooms, an oversized covered front porch, a completely re-painted exterior in the Summer of 2016, and a 1 acre lot for a variety of outdoor activities. MUST TOUR TO APPRECIATE!!

Annual Taxes: $394
  • # of Rooms6
  • AmenitiesBuilt-In Bookcase, Built-In Entertainment Ct, Cable Ready, Ceiling Fan(s),Deck Open, Detector-Smoke, Disposal, Dryer Hook Up Electric, Eat-In Kitchen, Foyer Entry, Landscaped, Porch Covered, Range/Oven Hook Up Elec, Storm Doors, Stand Up Shower, Main Floor Laundry, Sump Pump, Washer Hook-Up
  • Basement/FoundationFull Basement,Unfinished
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • DrivewayShared
  • FireplaceYes
  • FlooringHardwood Floors,Carpet,Tile
  • FenceNone
  • GarageDetached
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • Lot Size43560
  • Lot DescriptionLevel
  • Sale IncludesDishwasher, Sump Pump, Water Heater Electric
  • SewageCity
  • StyleOne Story
  • TownshipBusseron
    • Phil Corrona

      Realtor
      Cell: (812) 890-9764

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    Most mortgage lenders require a current and valid Real Property Report (survey) and proof of zoning by-law compliance from the local municipality, i.e. city, town, Municipal district, etc. The mortgagee (lender) does this to insure initially that the buildings are entirely within the property boundaries and there is no risk that the security for the mortgage will be damaged by the forced removal of the improvements. Most Lenders will now accept a Real Property Report and evidence of municipal compliance or a policy of Title Insurance.

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