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$418,800 33.45 acres 3 Beds | 4 Baths | 2572 sqft
4698 S East Riley Sq, Pleasant Lake, IN 46779-9504 - Steuben County

33.45 acres Pleasant Lake, IN

1,100 LAKEFRONT FEET: Nestled on 33 acres with shop and woods in Angola schools, this secluded lakefront 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath, 1999 Aldrich-built ranch with lakeside den, sunroom and family room open to a private patio has over 4,000 total square feet including a walkout basement with shop. A blacktop drive leads to the 48x36 pole building with utilities and huge doors with openers, 18-acre rear woods with wildlife and 5 wooded lakefront acres for privacy and fishing off the boat shed or pier.
$375,000 74 acres
2488 E Johnson & 500 S. Wildlife Hab, Pleasant Lake, IN 46799 - Steuben County

74 acres Pleasant Lake, IN

Investment opportunity, put your hard earned money into real estate instead of the stock market. This property offers so many possibilities now and in the future. Approximately 74 acres total. 10+/- tillable ground that generates $200/ac cash rent annually. 40+/- acres are operated by Rock Bottom Gravel where the current owner receives approximately $1000/mo in rental income, and 20+/- acres are heavily wooded. Big deer and turkey have frequented this property. There are also 4 ponds on this property where big blue gill and 5 lb bass have been caught. Property has good history of income and alot of recreational use with hunting, fishing and swimming. 7 years remain on the gravel pit lease at which time the lease could renegotiated or ne
$375,000 74 acres
2488 E Johnson Lake Rd. & 500 S. Wildlife Hab, Pleasant Lake, IN 46799 - Steuben County

74 acres Pleasant Lake, IN

Investment opportunity, put your hard earned money into real estate instead of the stock market. This property offers so many possibilities now and in the future. Approximately 74 acres total. 10+/- tillable ground that generates $200/ac cash rent annually. 40+/- acres are operated by Rock Bottom Gravel where the current owner receives approximately $1000/mo in rental income, and 20+/- acres are heavily wooded. Big deer and turkey have frequented this property. There are also 4 ponds on this property where big blue gill and 5 lb bass have been caught. Property has good history of income and alot of recreational use with hunting, fishing and swimming. 7 years remain on the gravel pit lease at which time the lease could renegotiated or new ow