c. 1860 Italianate – Logansport, IN

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Added to OHD on 5/1/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   8 Comments
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National Register

4474 W County Road 400 S, Logansport, IN 46947

  • $167,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3176 Sq Ft
  • 16 Ac.
A little country living on approximately 16 acres not too far from the city. 3+bedrooms and 2 bath brick federal home continues to reflect the turn of the century elegance along with updated amenities including roof, heating/cooling and electrical. Spacious eat in kitchen, formal dining, parlor and family room with natural woodwork, hardwood floors, crafted staircase and floor to ceiling bookshelves. There is also 2 detached garages, large post and beam barn, smaller livestock barn and over 6 acres fenced in pasture, 4 plus acres of walnut trees planted in the mid 70's and natural forest. There is also an additional 6+ acres pasture available south of the home.
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Dave Miller, Rinehart Real Estate,

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8 Comments on c. 1860 Italianate – Logansport, IN

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11828 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks Paul W for sharing!

  2. evers310evers310 says: 109 comments

    Arrgghh! How could they not show the entire staircase, or front door area??? It’s almost like they hid anything that was period correct!

    • Ross says: 2469 comments

      I thought the same thing!

      I kept thinking: This photographer has an odd sense of what is important!

      • Paul W says: 470 comments

        Ross, trust me on this one the BARNS are far more important to buyers locally for this, than the architecture and the realtors here have not learned to market on a more broad based (historic architecture) national exposure. Just seeing more than one photo on a listing is a treat. Have no fear I am planning a presentation for the local realtors group on marketing of historic properties as well as appropriate terms to describe listings.

  3. kathy stokes-phillips says: 197 comments

    price reflects its close to a 4? lane hwyway, house is screaming, HELP ME!,but it has good bones, like brick, and the barn

  4. HollyLiz says: 47 comments

    That is an amazing barn! I’ll live there!

  5. Colleen J says: 1168 comments

    When looking at the arial view it is near a four lane highway, but it’s far enough back by the looks of it. This would make a nice hobby farm or a dog breede/boarding kennel, (the good kind, not backyard ones). The house and barns look solid, I like it.

  6. montana channing says: 246 comments

    wow what beautiful barns and 16 acres means you get the house (which is super nice) for FREE!!!!
    speaking of photos, i’m sure it’s just the perspective but is that pink tub what they mean when they say “half bath”


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