Trafalgar, IN

Added to OHD on 11/2/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
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5390 S 600 W, Trafalgar, IN 46181

  • $209,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3508 Sq Ft
  • 13.18 Ac.
Located in southern Johnson county, this historic home and 13.18 acres is looking for its next owner. Rich in heritage and history ,this property has been owned by the same family for 8 generations. Come and sit on the porch or deck and watch the kids play on the beautiful grounds, or head down to the pond and cast a line. Beautiful woods on the west side of property has turkey and deer that frequent the lower pasture in the evenings. Home has great potential and needs some TLC. The location of this property is terrific, close to schools, the town of Trafalgar as well as Morgantown.
Contact Information
Matt Neathery, Indy Metro South, Keller Williams,
(317) 882-5900

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12 Comments on Trafalgar, IN

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  1. Teri says: 74 comments

    Must be in bad shape to only show the stairs…..

  2. Barbara V says: 1014 comments

    Too bad so many real estate agents do not understand the mindset of the buyer who is looking to restore a faded gem – that the more pictures we see, the more our restoration imagination is stimulated, and the more likely one of us is to make the purchase. And, let’s face it, the people who would be turned off by the pictures are not likely to feel differently once they see it in reality.

  3. cyberc says: 98 comments

    NEED MORE PICTURES! I guess the family doesn’t want to continue the tradition of farming the land. 🙁

  4. VictorianJoy says: 120 comments

    Well, I love the exterior of the home. The land along with it would also be nice!

  5. Colleen J says: 1156 comments

    I so wanted to see more pictures! Sad for the break in generational ownership though. I like what I see and wish I could see more.

  6. nic says: 78 comments

    There is nothing wrong with this house. It is absolutely beautiful and so is the setting. I grew up a couple of miles from here. I am attaching a link to a local newspaper article which is the reason the family is selling. This was the old man’s house and he has been forced out and required to sell to pay off the debts.

  7. Darla says: 102 comments

    wow, that is right out of “American Greed.” thanks for sharing, nic.
    i figured it had to be a nice house as some really beautiful houses in that area go for a lot less.
    how sad, even in a small town where everyone knows everyone, that this happens. no one, no area is immune, i know, but still……..

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