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Two buildable sites. One 10 acre site with 2,128 double wide home and one adjacent 3 acre site with historic barn and accessory buildings. Perfect location for country home or horse farm. Approximately 7 acres tillable and 6 acres wooded. All property sold "as is". 24077 Cornell Rd is a 10 acre site. 24157 Cornell Rd is a 3 acre site. The 10 acre site it listed seperatley (see 21940532)
Directions: Take Hwy 37 north from Noblesville. Shortly after Strawtown turn left (north) on to Cornell Rd. Property will be on your left.
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Listed By: Mark Carney of Carpenter, Realtors® - (317) 679-1007