Solsberry IN Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Solsberry, IN is $169,950.
the county median home value of $79,300.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Solsberry, IN is $169,950.
Approximately 71.99% of Solsberry homes are owned,
compared to 12.92% rented, while
15.09% are vacant.
Solsberry real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Fixer upper in Eastern Greene on 1.49 acres. Located just off of SR45, minutes to the west side of Bloomington and convenient to Crane. New subflooring in kitchen/dining and loft area. New entry door, and new electrical panel. Ready for you to finish it out like you want it! 3 car detached garage with storage above. Perfect for a 203K rehab loan.
2-Bedroom, 2-1/2 Bath over full basement on 3+ acres. This home has a 3-car attached garage and a 30' x 44' pole building with concrete floors, 1/2 bath, woodstove, electric water heater. Located in Greene County, less than 3 miles off SR-43.
This is an investment dream! Come see this 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home located on 2 acres with a 24x18 sq ft pole barn with lean to. This home is priced to sell and needs TLC, but has a lot of potential and is being sold AS-IS. Wont last long!
INVESTORS TAKE NOTICE: THIS 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH SINGLE WIDE HAS LONG STANDING TENANTS THAT WANT TO STAY AND PAY THEIR $500 A MONTH RENT AND CONTINUE TO TAKE CARE OF THE PROPERTY. ALREADY LOW PROPERTY TAXES, BUT COULD BE EVEN LOWER IF OWNER-OCCUPIED TO ADD ON A HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Welcome to beautiful Eastern Greene County where you have just found the American Dream! We are offering 165+or- acres with a pre-civil war house. This property is located off Highway 45 just minutes west of the Monroe County line, conveniently located to the near west side You will be hard pressed to find this many acres available in or near Monroe County offered close to this price! The house has had substantial work done to preserve it for restoration or remodeling. Welcome yourself back to a time which few get to enjoy or appreciate today. If you are a hunter, gardener, into tree reserve, timbering, recreation or just wanting a place for your family to learn and grow... look no farther, THIS is what you have been searching for! Greene County is well known for being extremely cooperative when a landowner wants to make home improvements, replace fencing, constructing out-buildings etc. Currently, a landowner in Greene County still has the ability to divide property in a manner in which they desire. The existing structure is NOT on any historical register so you can make any changes you wish to. Get back to your roots!
PARK-LIKE SETTING, 2 PLUS BEDROOM, 2 BATH MOBILE HOME WITH 2 ROOMS BUILT ON 2 YRS AGO. BORDERS RICHLAND CREEK, NICE POND FOR FISHING, ROAD FRONTAGE IS THE LENGTH OF THE PROPERTY. 2ND MOBILE HOME ON PROPERTY MUST HAVE 60 DAYS TO REMOVE AFTER CLOSING. AGENTS PLEASE SUBMIT AS-IS ADDENDUM IN DOCS TO OFFERS. (SELLER UNABLE TO DO REPAIRS)
Approximately 70 acres of both level and hilly terrain, both pasture and woods, with a creek running through and a few nice ponds. The property runs from Tulip Road all the way over to Viaduct Road adjacent to The Tulip Trestle as a part of its rich history. The home has new windows and new blinds, the air conditioner is only 4 years old. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a nice laundry room, an eat-in kitchen, large great room and a covered front porch. Also on the property is a 2 car detached garage that's 24' x 31', an older barn that's 32' x 60' and a very nice new Amish built barn that's 52' x 102', fenced pastures and a bridge over the creek. The well is spring fed from the ever flowing creek that runs across the property. It has a good filtration system for good clean water, it's got a pump for good water pressure in the house, it's gravity fed with faucets/spigots for watering. Water co is REMC Western. The property consists of 2 parcels. 1 parcel is 56.24 acres and approximately 10 acres of the 80 total acres will be donated to the Tulip Trestle foundation. This is easily identified as the land where the viewing station is and up to the property owned by the railroad. The weather vane on the old barn is not included.
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