c. 1880 – Muncie, IN

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3601 W Eaton Wheeling Pike, Muncie, IN 47303

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  • $148,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2846 Sq Ft
  • 5.06 Ac.
Seems like you are stepping back in time when you arrive at this home. Imagine sitting on the large wrap around porch, sipping ice cold lemonade and listening to stories, playing games, or watching nature. Over 2800 sf of living space, this home has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, large dining room, custom built kitchen cabinets, appliances remain. Upstairs is a large room, with several closets, that could be a bedroom, or play room. Thereâs also a door to the unfinished attic area that has 3 original stained glass windows, and potential to be another finished room. With just over 5 acres, there plenty of room for most everything! In the barn you will find several workbenches and storage, upstairs was the ownerâs workshop. There are several other outbuildings as well. And behind the barn is where you will find the shared pond. If you have been looking for a home in the country, hereâs your chance to own one of the older farm houses in Delaware County. Come and check out the original features this home has to offer!
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Melanie White, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Indiana Realty
(765) 284-6313
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10 Comments on c. 1880 – Muncie, IN

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  1. RossRoss says: 2412 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    What an exquisitely detailed porch.

    I ache to restore it.

  2. Deborah W Mann says: 143 comments

    Restore ideas spinning around in my head. Beautiful home.

  3. JimHJimH says: 5379 comments
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    For many years the home and prosperous farm of Jesse Nixon (1825-1904) and his wife Mariah. They lived here with 2 servants; four of their children died as infants.

    A lovely house in a pleasant rural spot that needs at least cosmetic attention throughout. Could be a car-stopper with some color and attention.

  4. TXJewelTXJewel says: 353 comments
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    1920 Thurber Brick 4 Square
    Strawn, TX

    The exterior could be stunning with the appropriate paint colors and that barn is way cool. It would have been nice to see the barn interior and the 2nd floor of the house.

  5. DreamOn says: 75 comments

    Such a charming home. The interior just needs a little refurbishing.

  6. Amy P. says: 221 comments

    What a stunning exterior! I love the lost old fireplace in the yard… no doubt the space of the original outdoor kitchen or servants quarters. Very cool.

  7. RosewaterRosewater says: 7266 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Awwww! Poor summer kitchen. 🙁 I’d rebuild it right away. Seems like a very calm and peaceful spot. Just the kind of place I’d love to have. I’m sure some folks would be itching to give it a technicolor dreamcoat as we often see; but I like it white just as is. Maybe it would would be pretty with a very light, muted color palate to make the detail pop; but some day glow scheme would ruin it’s quiet presence amidst the trees. Nice. Very nice.

  8. Glenwood says: 2 comments

    Toured it yesterday and went back tis morning!!!! House/Farm of my Dreams!!! Will keep OHD followers updated!!!!

  9. abevyabevy says: 305 comments
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    1857 victorian
    Applegate, MI

    Love this-so peaceful looking. I like the white and probably wouldn’t change much. Trailer would have to go. I am very taken with this home. Wish it was even farther from neighbor. One of my favorites.

  10. says: 191 comments

    This one of my favorite of the old Farmhouses located along this stretch of road in my native county. The curve in the road is pretty sharp right in front of the house, and I almost crashed my motorcycle into the metal post in the front yard once. Many of the large homes along this road have been revived nicely lately.


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