6631 State Route 320New Paris, OH 45347
Welcome to this well maintained, 4 bedroom, 1 1/2 story home located on 12 acres with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Home and barn are surrounded by fenced, rolling pasture with a freshwater spring. House includes high farmhouse style ceilings, hardwood floors, large eat-in kitchen, natural gas hot water heat, wood burning stove on main level, first-floor utility room, office space and extra space to easily add a second bathroom. Two-story bank barn (36 x 27) with large (24 x 24) concrete floored workshop/garage and two livestock stalls on lower level. Storage for equipment for hay on second level. Two-vehicle garage (36 x 20) is attached to the barn and provides access to pasture. Asphalt driveway provides plenty of parking. The septic tank and leach field were replaced in 2007. This property has 425 feet of frontage along State Route 320. Property should be eligible for a $0 down loan from USDA
New Paris is a village with 1,600 residents. Historically, the region was the tribal grounds of the Pottawatomi, Miami and Wyandot Indians. Settlers arrived around 1806 with many coming from Paris, Kentucky. The Christmas tune, “Up on the Housetop” was written by Rev. Benjamin Hanby in 1864 in New Paris. Most of Preble County is farmland and the county is among the top 10 Ohio counties for hog and corn production.
6631 State Route 320
New Paris, OH 45347