Ask Mark Boswell
It is a great privilege and joy to share this 54.55 acre mixed-use farm with you. It would be next to impossible to present a more beautiful, scenic, and peaceful tract. Situated along Little Mill Creek, this 55-acre tract is comprised of three parcels. The central parcel is a 13-acre tract that contains a beautiful dwelling as well as a 27x48 pole building. Built in 1976, this 1132 sf A-Frame home provides 2 BR's and 1 full bath. Completely remodeled inside, rarely will you see a home that displays finer pride-of-ownership than this home! There is a Hearthstone convection heat wood-burning stove situated in the living room that will provide you all the heat you need to experience those cozy, warm winter evenings enjoying life in the valley. If you seek a conventional form of heat, then you can benefit from the baseboard heating system supplying the home. And if you aren't seeking a full-time homestead, then you'll discover that this 55-acre gem will provide you the finest weekend / seasonal hunting retreat you could possibly imagine. You'll also find the pole building of great convenience to you, equipped with a wood shop within. A new roof was installed on the barn in May, 2018. The largest parcel, a 30-acre tract representing the main woodlands, is located east of the homestead, across the creek, providing the most beautiful, scenic forests that southern Indiana has to offer. The owners have had 38-acres of this farm under the federally certified Classified Forest Program for a number of years, which means that the total real estate tax expense on this farm is ridiculously low. So now let's talk about the wildlife habitat that this farm provides. As is evidenced by many of the photos included herewith, you'll see why the owners practically see deer every day of the year. During their ownership dating back to 1971, the owners have recorded a number of significant kills over the years. And the presence of a nice food plot is very important, right? Then how about a 6-acre pasture located directly in front of the home? The views of this pasture from the front porch of the home are as beautiful and relaxing as can be experienced. And while you're enjoying the pictures included here, take a look at the many photos that the owners have taken of the abundant presence of turkey. It's safe to say that this farm provides every type of wildlife habitat, small game, and birds known to exist in this area of southern Indiana. You'll also catch a glimpse of an eagle and an owl occasionally. The dwelling and pole building are situated in a flood zone. However, information regarding the name of the local agent who has provided coverage, along with historical billing information, can readily be provided to the prospective buyer. To schedule your own private showing, call Mark Boswell at 1-765-720-2166. Due to their work schedule, the owner requires 24-hour notice prior to a scheduled tour of the property. From the junction of US 231 and SR 67, north on US 231 1 mile to Wesley Chapel Road. Left (W) on Wesley Chapel Road .8 miles to stop sign. Left (S) on Rocky Hill Road 1.2 miles to property on left. From Cloverdale, south on US 231 approximately 10 miles to Wesley Chapel Road. Call me today to schedule your own private tour!