1873 Gothic Revival – Glenwood, IN

SOLD / Archived From 2014
Added to OHD on 3/7/14 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 6 Comments
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Map: Aerial View

Price

$34,900

Beds

3

Baths

1

SqFt

3056

Acres

0.5

No description.
Sold By
Timothy Yazel, RE/MAX Elite Group      765-938-1107
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6 Comments on 1873 Gothic Revival – Glenwood, IN

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  1. lara jane says: 577 comments

    Great photos, Jeff! This one is suuuuuuper cute! I mean, I totally swooned.

    Can someone explain the taxes?! I might just run over there and make an offer if that’s for real…

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 4221 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      Price doesn’t seem real does it.. The problem with spectacular little gem is it’s remoteness. It’s kinda way out there. You would need to use that aerial, and probably a “Selectatenna” too, in order to get an NPR station; and high speed internet is either unavailable or very costly. It is close to Rushville, (about 7 minutes), so shopping and necessities are relatively close at hand. Although it is in the boonies, you are about an hour + or – from Indy, Cinci, and Dayton; so commuting is not out of the question to any of those cities..
      The best part about this house is it’s nearly pristine original condition; and the fact that it retains it’s original summer kitchen and wash house which are connected by a small breezeway off the back. There is also a small work room building at back as well which forms a cool little court yard off the North East corner of the house. It also sits on just over .5 acre, and has a two car detached garage. All of the buildings are in excellent condition..
      There are many more photos, as well as some historical information, in the set “Orange, IN 1873” on my FLICKR page here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/regulusalpha/sets/

      • lara jane says: 577 comments

        Wow! I hope you get to take some more of the interiors. I really love this place. If we were older I would try to convince my husband that we need to move to Indiana. He likely will never want to leave here but I may end up in Michigan or Kentucky or somewhere all by myself, depending on where our son goes to school (yeah, I’m gonna be THAT MOM! haha)…

        The church is adorable. I adore it all. It’s just so sweet and special. Thanks again for sharing your photos, Jeff!

  2. Trish @TheOldPostRoad says: 33 comments

    Does that say $34,900? Wow. Pretty, pretty.

  3. Paul WPaul W says: 569 comments

    Taxes in Indiana are capped at 1 percent, and they use the “closed sold” price initially, so if it sells for 34K taxes will be amount 340. a year, assessment are updated about every 3 years and I can tell you from experience the tax appeal in Indiana can take 3-4 years.

    This is great house.

    • lara jane says: 577 comments

      Thanks for that info, Paul. That seems in line with what we pay here in SWMO, though I can’t say for sure that’s how they calculate.

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