Medora IL Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Medora, IL is $85,000.
the county median home value of $87,400.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Medora, IL is $85,000.
Approximately 63.64% of Medora homes are owned,
compared to 21.72% rented, while
14.65% are vacant.
Medora real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Medora real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
2 Bedroom home in small town of Medora. Appliances are negotiable. 30x30 detached heated garage. Central air in 2017. Before making an offer on any property, buyer/buyers agent should independently verify all MARIS/MLS information and date which is derived from various sources and not warranted as accurate.
Horse Lovers Dream on 9.69 acres in Jersey County. Owner designed and built outstanding 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home that boosts vaulted ceilings, spacious rooms, ultra kitchen, dining area and large living room, plus full basement that is approx. 3/4 finished with complete kitchen, dining area and 3/4 bath. But wait! What about the 74x56 barn(metal building) with horse stalls, fenced area, tack room. Owner presently boards 4 horses-all this provides a comfortable income. You will be pleasantly surprised when you see the lovely 2 bedroom apartment in barn with full kitchen, bath and open atmosphere living, dining and utility room which rents for $650.00/month. I forgot that there is a spring fed pond. Propane to prorated prior to closing. Buyer/Buyers agent to verify all MARIS/MLS information and data.
Small town living all on one level. 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with 2.5 car garage. Large eat-in kitchen. Fenced in backyard. New water heater, HVAC just serviced, new roof in 2008. CBR 3546
This property consists of 2 parcels that have been surveyed and re-divided; one tract, (MLS# 17080778), contains 78 acres, (+/-), that is primarily tillable ground with a little timber, and this tract, contains 60 acres, (+/-), that is primarily timber with a little tillable ground. Either one may be purchased individually, or they may be combined in a packaged deal. There are 45 acres (+/-) of old timber. Also there are 3 acres, (+/-), of tillable ground with an average PI of 119, (mostly Rozetta Silt Loam). The tillable ground is all up ground and is level. The timber ground has deep ravines that break off quickly in to the Macoupin Creek bottom. There are an additional 12 acres, (+/-), of bottom ground that was farmed in the past, but then was let to grow up in tree sprouts. They have been bush-hogged off, but the roots need grubbed out. The PI of this ground is 139. [ALL LINES ON MAP ARE APPROXIMATE] 1/2 mile from the Macoupin Creek, so deer and turkey are abundant.
This property consists of two parcels that have been surveyed and re-divided; this tract, contains 78 acres, (+/-), that is primarily tillable ground with a little timber and the second tract, (MLS# 17080780), contains 60 acres, (+/-) that is primarily timber with a little tillable ground. Either one may be purchased individually, or they may be combined in a packaged deal. The 60 acres, (+/-), of tillable ground in this tract has an average PI of 110.7, with the primary soil type being Rozetta Silt Loam. The tillable ground is all up ground and ranges from level to rolling. There is a small pond on this tract as well as approximately 18 acres (+/-) old timber. This ground breaks off quickly into some deep ravines. This property is only 1/2 mile from the Macoupin Creek, so deer and turkey are abundant. Tenants Rights apply to this property. There is an easement along the south edge of this property that allows access to a farm field.
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