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1054 W 100 N

Princeton, IN, 47670

  • Price $240,000
  • Beds3
  • Baths212
  • Sq. Ft.1688
  • MLS #202100647
Completely remodeled 3 bed 2.5 bath brick Ranch home on 3.8 acres. Not only does this have an attached 2 car garage but also a 30x48 detached pole barn. All new appliances,HVAC, flooring and fixtures. a full master bathroom has been added along with laundry. Owner is a licensed real estate agent.
Bedrooms
3
Style
One Story
Bathrooms
212
County
Gibson County
Lot Size
3.8500
Year Built
1988
Water
Public
Sewer
Septic
Sq, ft. finished
1,688sq. ft (approx)
Sq, ft. total
1688sq. ft (approx)
Garage
Yes - 2.0 car
Subdivision
None
Flooring
Vinyl
Cooling
Central Air
Heating
Forced Air,Gas
Basement
Crawl
Fireplaces
0 - None
Driveway
Gravel
Exterior
Brick
Roof
Asphalt,Shingle
Annual Taxes
1488.14
Association Dues
0.00
1st Bdrm En Suite,Breakfast Bar,Ceiling Fan(s),Patio Open,Main Level Bedroom Suite,Main Floor Laundry
Dishwasher,Microwave,Refrigerator
District
North Gibson School Corp.
Elementary
Princeton
Middle School
Princeton
High School
Princeton
IDX information provided by the Indiana Regional MLS
Listing provided courtesy of Grant Waldroup of F.C. TUCKER EMGE REALTORS.

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Listing Data updated: February 24, 2021, 11:30 pm
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