Located on 5 acres rolling with a variety of hardwoods and fruit trees. 2 very nice barns with electric and water, bth have great second floor storage, fenced yard around back and large grass areas outside of the fence. 2ST brick colonial with owners suite lg walk in closet and dual sinks.2 additional large bedrooms with hall bath. 1st features large country kitchen and half bath, pantry, entry living room, formal dining room sunroom room with cathedral ceilings, WBFP w propane line family room is awesome views and boasts of a secret (18000 gallon cistern that could be accessed from bsmt to open into safe room) will take some cutting to do this. Outside of the driveway you will be looking at stone wall which features a very old root cellar. So many things can be done to this home to increase its value significantly but thats for the new owners to dream and create. easy to show and excellent location w county water, septic, propane, Heated with boiler heat.
It’s hard to know what Waynesville is better known as, the Antiques Capital of the Midwest, or the Home of the famous Sauerkraut festival. This village of 2,800 residents was named for General “Mad” Anthony Wayne.
The town offers an entertaining summer concert series at Bicentennial Park. For the more adventurous who want to explore, Waynesville has been called the most haunted town in Ohio complete with ghost sightings and ghost stories.
In 1999 Waynesville was named one of the most walkable cities by Walking Magazine with lovely trails through town and the nearby state park. But, it’s perhaps best known as host to the annual Sauerkraut Festival, held the second weekend in October. Christmas in the Village is an annual event when you can step back into time with luminaries, carriage rides, costumed characters and more. The annual fall Ohio Renaissance Festival is held in nearby Harveysburg.
5291 Chenoweth Rd
Waynesville, OH 45068