Land & Home for Sale- Huntington, Indiana- Beautiful Cabin, Ponds & Property

Status: Available
Price: $1,300,000
Acres: 86.5 +/-
Price Per Acre: $15,029
Type: Recreational Land, Residential Property, Timberland
Address: 3320 W Division Road
City, State: Huntington, Indiana
County: Huntington
ZIP Code: 46750
Lat/Long: 40.8327, -85.5157
Presented By: Ty Mills
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,300
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2

Description

Land & Home for Sale- Huntington, Indiana- Beautiful Cabin, Ponds & Property. Located south of Huntington, IN 46750 in the heart of Huntington County, this 86 of the most well manicured acres you will ever see is east of highway 9 3/4 of a mile on West Division Road. A quarter mile long driveway leads you to a beautiful log cabin overlooking 1 of 2 stocked ponds with beauty words or pictures cannot fully explain. The 2 story cabin, also with a top loft and attached garage, is 2,276 finished sq ft'. 5 rooms, 2 full bath and 1 half bath in the garage. The cabin is centrally electric heated and cooled, but a gas powered stone fireplace stands out as a place for you or your family to gather on a fall or winter Indiana day. Many windows on the first floor make it where you don't have to move far to watch the wildlife that call this property home. 3 of the 5 rooms are considered bedrooms. The upstairs master bedroom with bathroom has views you would find in a magazine. The bath with surrounding windows allows you to see a majority of yard and pond. This bathroom also has 1 of 2 showers on the 2nd floor. This home is open concept, and with the upstairs having a wrap around balcony, you can feel close to others while having privacy in the rooms. A long porch, perfect for sitting and overlooking the pond, stretches across the front of the house facing west for sunset evenings. On the north side is a wooden deck perfect for summer gatherings. The attached 2 car garage is 24x44'. Sitting to the west of the house is a 16x22 outbuilding. Both garage and building provide plenty of room for your property maintenance tool storage. If the cabin isn't amazing enough, the property is one of a kind. It has every type of use or lay out you can ask for. Future and current income are a large bonus on this piece.

Future income: Over 40 acres with the following trees planted:
2,000 black walnut
2,000 red oak
1,900 chinkapin oak
1,900 white oak
1,000 white ash
500 black cherry
500 tulip
5,000 bur oak
3,100 green ash
3,100 swamp white oak
1,200 swamp white oak
3,500 silver maple
1,600 sycamore
The owner has groomed this area and cut out invasive trees, shrubs and lower limbs for optimal growth. The future return on timber if wanted will be fantastic! The northwest section of the property is natural timberland that also holds value with mature trees.
Current income from crp is $165 per acre and years remaining (can be extended):
44.9 acres of planted woods and ditches until 2028
The east section going towards 300 W is a 19.84 tillable field currently in native grass and crp until 2023. Total yearly crp income for 64+/- acres = $10,560 for at least 3 years and at least $7,260 5 years after that unless re entered into program.
All the acreage minus the 2 acres around the house and 20 acre field is classified wildlife, allowing a tax break.
On the map, if you look just west of the first pond you will see a path mowed around a triangle shaped wood lot. This is the lone wetland on the property made for holding water for waterfowl like duck & geese. The owner had an island left in the middle, providing a great spot for a blind. This area combined with the ponds fits any bird hunter's dreams. Both ponds are 10-12' deep and fully stocked with bass, bluegill and albino catfish. Freshwater fishing doesn't get much better than 2 of your own ponds to choose from! Just walking along the pond by the house you can see bass swimming. This is a great area with perfect habitat for whitetail deer and turkey. The structure the trees and slight rolling slopes will get any deer hunter excited. Several openings and trails would make tremendous food plots, providing everything deer and turkeys need to call this property home. The mature trees in the natural sections of woods provide great roost trees. Dove, quail, rabbit, squirrel, and other upland game/ small game round out the hunting that can be done here. If you are not into hunting, the trails mowed could be used as ATV trails or biking trails along with easy access for bird watching. A cool aspect of this property is it is only minutes away from Salamonie Reservoir, Roush Fish and Wildlife Area, as well as the Wabash River. The owner said it best about his property, "The property is my painting and my brush is my tractor & chainsaw". For a private showing of this property call/text Ty Mills 260-571-5232 or email [Email listed above].

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