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2.69 acres in Vanderburgh County, Indiana

224 E Mount Pleasant Rd, Evansville , Indiana 47711 - Vanderburgh County
$624,900 2.69 Acres
4 beds 6 Bathrooms 5451 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3162381


Exquisite construction details abound in this Randy Elpers custom home built on over 3 rolling acres. Inside features include Fehrenbacher custom cabinets, wood trim and solid doors throughout, 3/4 inch installed then finished wood floors, wood Pella windows, and a large finished basement with wood burning fireplace. Two other fireplaces are vented in the great room and the sunroom. Great circular flow with the dining room accessible to the large and spacious, eat in kitchen open to the sun room. Laundry room, 1/2 bath and three car garage are off the kitchen area. Bose speakers are built in the great room, kitchen, sunroom and outside area. The outside paradise includes a beautiful pool and octagon pool house with kitchenette and bath. Screened area provides a perfect setting to watch the kids swim and enjoy an afternoon. The irrigation system has 19 areas. Exterior is all brick with dental molding, curved corners, all brick front porch area and much more...the detail is truly a must see. It will be a pleasure to live in this quality built and perfectly maintained home! Home has been pre-inspected and all repairs have been made. Property is made up of two parcels, and includes a 30x20 storage barn perfect for storage.


HWY 41 N, L on E Mount Pleasant Rd, house on right

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