Totally Remodeled 5 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home With Over Size 2 Car Attached Garage! New Roof, New Siding, New Concrete, New Flooring & Paint Throughout, New Kitchen Countertop & Stainless Steel Appliances, New Sod For The Entire Yard, New Back Deck, Don't Miss Your Opportunity To Own This Property With A River View!
Welcome to Country at it's finest. Spend the mornings on the over sized covered porch enjoying coffee, and your evening on the balcony over looking your beautiful yard. This home offers space for the whole family. It has good bedroom sizes, and plenty of storage. There is a 1 car detached garage/workshop, a large kitchen with island and much more. The Seller is offering a $10,000 flooring allowance, so you can pick out exactly what works for your family.
45.4 acres of, hard to find, flat, surveyed, land in Hancock County close to Daviess County line. Over 3,000 ft of road front. Road frontage on Hwy 1389 and Hwy 1403. Approx 1.5 acres currently in crops and pull off is located at the crop end of the 45.4 acres. Some marketable timber. Property great for hunting. Property is located in a flood zone.
Located in Daviess County across from Daviess County Fish and Game. Private wooded 2.45 acres. Open concept kitchen and family room. Split bedroom plan with 3 sizable bedroom and 2 baths. Laundry room with outside entrance. Covered rear porch, front porch and two storage buildings. Fully equipped kitchen.
45.608 Acres bottom crop ground on HWY 1403 in Hancock County. Tract 1 and tract 2 on aerial and survey. FSA Crop report lists 44 acres of crop, with 14.69 base acres of corn and 14.69 base acres of soybeans.
65 +/- Acres in desirable East Daviess County. 6 Secluded tracts with 1342 ft. road frontage within all 6 tracts. Property lines have been staked approximately every 50 ft. (per owner). Several gorgeous sites to build your dream home including some with hilltop views. Only 15 minutes from the hospital. Wooded area is perfect for hunting & has potential lake site & lots of wildlife. Easy access to Hwy. 60 & seller will transfer existing mineral rights.
This REO property is located at [Address available with membership]nuein Lewisport, Hancock County, KY.The property is listed by Randy Hayden, Change of Place Real Estate.Contact the listing agent or your agent to schedule a showing or ask a question about this property.~This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling foreclosed homes quickly at attractive low prices. A list price is published but reasonable offers can be submitted for consideration. Offers can be submitted through the official Listing Agent but in some cases, no agent is listed and offers can be submitted the bank owner directly.
The government sponsored agencies Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac own this property after foreclosing on the original owner. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are chartered by the U.S. government to help families of low- and moderate-income to become homeowners. A published list price is stated but any reasonable offer may be considered. Offers go through the published listing agent. This contact can provide more details about this property, as well as the current special financing programs that may be available through Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
This property is in initial default, also known as Pre-Foreclosure. The homeowner of this property has missed at least one payment and is now considered delinquent. In order to avoid a full foreclosure, the homeowner may be willing to sell this home at an attractive price. No asking price is posted on Pre Foreclosures because these properties are not formally listed on the market for sale, yet. Instead, the original loan balance is presented. Use this amount, along with local sale price comparables to establish a reasonable offer on this home.
This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling foreclosed homes quickly at attractive low prices. A list price is published but reasonable offers can be submitted for consideration. Offers can be submitted through the official Listing Agent but in some cases, no agent is listed and offers can be submitted the bank owner directly.