1818 W Old Slocum Trail, LaFontaine, IN 46940   Map  

This property has 2.9 acres with 2 parcels for the price. Platted in 1849 in Old Somerset this property is close to the Mississenewa Resevoir with easy access to Marion, Wabash, Converse, Swayzee and Kokomo. With mature walnut and apple trees on the property where you could easily have animals if you fenced the rest of it in. This one and a half story home has been partially remodeled with new subflooring, flooring, drywall, kitchen cabinets, partial wiring, with new replacement windows except the front porch and the new addition. There is a septic system under the back deck of the house that has been recently cleaned out. There are 2 wells on the property but the homeowner is willing to put $500 toward a new well. This property also comes with new construction materials purchased for the home that are inside the home and on the property, such as sheets of drywall, tub and shower surround, vanities, mirrors, cabinets, wood trim, entry doors, wood doors, lumber, plumbing fixtures, lighting fixtures, ceiling fans and more. The back half of the house is all gutted and needs refinished, seller could not finish due to health. The bathroom is gutted so it would need finished to be liveable. The house has had a new roof put on it as well as the barn.
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Property Details

1818 W Old Slocum Trail LaFontaine, IN 46940
Status: Active
$75,000

County: Wabash County

Rooms: 9

Bedrooms: 1

Baths: 1

Half Baths: 0

Apx Acres: 2.9

Style: Traditional

Township: Waltz

High School: Southwood

Year Built: 1910

Subdivision: None

Parcel: 85-18-26-303-009.000-013

Apx SF 1st Flr:
Apx SF 2nd Flr:

Apx SF Bsmt: 0
Apx BG Fin SF:


Annual Taxes: 462.22

Apx SF 3rd Flr:
Apx Tot SF: 1712

Apx Tot Fin SF: 1253

Cov./Restrict:

Amenities: Antenna,Ceiling Fan(s),Chair Rail,Deck Open,Natural Woodwork,Pantry-Walk In,Porch Enclosed,Range/Oven Hook Up Elec,Tub/Shower Combination,Formal Dining Room,Main Floor Laundry

Sale Includes: Dishwasher,Washer,Window Treatments,Dryer-Gas,Kitchen Exhaust Hood,Range-Electric,Water Heater Gas

Fnd/Bsmt: Crawl

Ext Finish: Asphalt

Garage:

Wtr/Sewer: Septic

Heating: Propane,Forced Air,Propane Tank Owned

Air: None

Fireplaces: No
ROOM
BR 1
BR 2
BR 3
BR 4
BA 1
BA 2
BA 3
LEVEL
Upper
DIM
15 x 15
 
 
 
ROOM
DR
FR
LR
KIT
BRK
OTH
UTIL
LEVEL
Main
Main
 
Main
 
Main
 
DIM
17 x 14
17 x 15
 
17 x 7
 
17 x 10

Directions: State Road 13 South to Old Slocum Trail in Somerset, turn left, property is on the left hand side of the road.

Remarks: This property has 2.9 acres with 2 parcels for the price. Platted in 1849 in Old Somerset this property is close to the Mississenewa Resevoir with easy access to Marion, Wabash, Converse, Swayzee and Kokomo. With mature walnut and apple trees on the property where you could easily have animals if you fenced the rest of it in. This one and a half story home has been partially remodeled with new subflooring, flooring, drywall, kitchen cabinets, partial wiring, with new replacement windows except the front porch and the new addition. There is a septic system under the back deck of the house that has been recently cleaned out. There are 2 wells on the property but the homeowner is willing to put $500 toward a new well. This property also comes with new construction materials purchased for the home that are inside the home and on the property, such as sheets of drywall, tub and shower surround, vanities, mirrors, cabinets, wood trim, entry doors, wood doors, lumber, plumbing fixtures, lighting fixtures, ceiling fans and more. The back half of the house is all gutted and needs refinished, seller could not finish due to health. The bathroom is gutted so it would need finished to be liveable. The house has had a new roof put on it as well as the barn.

Prepared For You By:

Trisha Bailey of LUNDQUIST REAL ESTATE SERVICES

28 E. HILL STREET

WABASH, IN 46992

Office Ph: 260-563-2812

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Listing Provided By: LUNDQUIST REAL ESTATE SERVICES
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