New Richmond IN Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in New Richmond, IN is $122,500.
the county median home value of $101,400.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in New Richmond, IN is $122,500.
Approximately 70.91% of New Richmond homes are owned,
compared to 16.36% rented, while
12.73% are vacant.
New Richmond 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 New Richmond real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
This completely renovated home offers 4 BD all with walk-in closets, 2.5 baths, gorgeous custom kitchen with dining and bar areas, large living room, cozy den and a bonus room/breezeway that adds to the living space. Baths, fireplace and kitchen all have custom tile work. The attached garage is 720 square feet! New roof, gutters, A/C, lighting, doors, windows, plumbing and so much more. Home sits at the edge of town with city utilities, but country views. Conveniently located between Lafayette and Crawfordsville. Home warranty included. With full price offer Seller will include all appliances.
Known as the "Washburn Home" from "1838-1883". Rear portion of home is Federalist style, main portion of 1st floor is Greek Revival, 2nd floor, staircase & cupola Italianate & final addition "BenHur" Mantel, Dr's office, hand carved Walnut 'box winder' staircase center of home-in original each room in each half is duplicated both sides of home. Home features tall ceilings, the thickest walls you've ever seen, moldings and baseboards! 6' X 246' front porch & 2nd floor balcony showcases full length window/doors that open to this balcony. Nicholas Washburn General Lew Wallace (yes of Ben Hur fame 1880) Crawfordsville, IN were family friends and both attorneys. This was back in the days when the daily trains connected New Richmond to Indianapolis & Chicago. Original Sarah Washburn piano from 1882-1883 is negotiable. This lot has plenty of room to build a large garage.
Gone with the Wind: This absolutely classic multi-story from 1913 is overflowing with history and character, from the elegant split staircase as you enter, to the sweeping view of almost three and a half acres and a variety of century-old trees from your master balcony. Expansive and more than move-in ready, you'll also discover opportunity for further improvement. While the seller has done countless updates, aesthetically (like revealing gorgeous hardwood all over the home and restoring many rooms, including new kitchen fixtures and more) and also functionally (including a new roof in 2016, rebuilt boiler in 2017), there is still plenty of room to add your own influence to this historic canvas. Two-car attached garage plus an actual carriage house are there for all your equipment storage. In warmer weather, enjoy the spacious deck or lounge by the in-ground pool and take in the fresh air in a lovely country setting just on the edge of town.
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