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3386 E Cardinal Road

Oaktown, IN, 47561

  • Price $224,000
  • Beds3
  • Baths212
  • Sq. Ft.2318
  • MLS #201837961
Wonderful 2 story country home. Home is approximately 10 years old, 3 bedroom 2.5 bath with 2 car attached garage and 2 storage buildings. Free natural gas.

Annual Taxes: $783
  • # of Rooms8
  • AmenitiesBreakfast Bar, Ceiling-9+,Ceiling Fan(s),Closet(s) Walk-in, Deck Covered, Detector-Smoke, Disposal, Eat-In Kitchen, Foyer Entry, Garage Door Opener, Garden Tub, Landscaped, Open Floor Plan, Pantry-Walk In, Porch Covered, Stand Up Shower, Workshop, Garage-Heated, Washer Hook-Up
  • Architectual StyleColonial
  • Basement/FoundationSlab
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • DrivewayAggregated
  • FireplaceYes
  • FlooringCarpet,Laminate,Tile
  • FenceNone
  • GarageAttached
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • Lot Size88862
  • Lot DescriptionLevel,Gas Rights on Property
  • Sale IncludesDishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Window Treatments, Oven-Electric, Water Heater Gas
  • SewagePrivate
  • StyleTwo Story
  • TownshipBusseron
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