43 Hopkins AvenueAmelia, OH 45102
Large farm house searching for a handy person to fix up a single resident, rental, or possibly convert into a duplex. House is laid out differently, see layout picture. Two sets of stairs separate bedrooms. One set go to two bedrooms the other to one bedroom/bathroom. Radiator heat. Windows double hung. Close to school, bus route, main roads and shopping. Beautiful wrap around front porch. Nice size lot and detached 24 x 24 garage. Will no go special financing. SOLD AS IS.
Amelia was settled in 1809 with log cabins at its first homes. A sawmill was built around 1826 followed by the construction of several other mills. The area was hence called Milltown which turned into Milton. In 1836 the village was renamed Amelia in honor of Amelia Bowdoin, a popular tollgate operator on the Ohio Turnpike. Once an area where only farmers and artisans lived, the natural country charms of the village of Amelia are being rediscovered. Many have already invested in beautifully wooded building sites of fast growing value. There are 4,800 residents in the village. You will find several large businesses in Amelia including: L3, TQL, American Modern Insurance, Milacron Plastics, to name a few. In 2019, Amelia residents voted to surrender village powers and become unincorporated areas as part of Pierce and Batavia Townships.
43 Hopkins Avenue
Amelia, OH 45102