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This outstanding Queen Anne farmhouse has all the Victorian detail you might imagine- ornate woodwork, tall windows, an entry staircase, and a wrap-around front porch with turned posts and bargeboard. The house has been vacant for years and needs substantial rehab; that's why the price is so low. Make it your own by refreshing the interior. Unlike a house where everything is already done, fix this one up and you won't have to live with the last owner's decorating choices. There are no functioning mechanicals in the house and the house is not currently habitable. The house is on 3.4 acres surrounded on three sides by Sycamore Land Trust property (google the Porter West Preserve of the Sycamore Land Trust for more info). Along with the house, there is a garage, farm outbuilding, stone root cellar and shed. The home is currently owned by Bloomington Restorations, Inc. (www.bloomingtonrestorations.org) who got involved with the house in order to make sure it gets into the hands of someone who will appreciate its classic character and restore it. There are preservation convenants attached to the property that will require the owner to restore and rehab the exterior within certain guidelines (no vinyl siding, for example). There are not any restrictions or guidelines on the restoration of the interior.
West 3rd Street past Ivy Tech. House is on the right before Whitehall.
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