Tracts 1&4 of 5 tracts totaling 84+ acres and selling at PUBLIC AUCTION Wed, May 27, 4:00 PM. Property includes this 25-acre farm Tract 1 with Civil War-era brick home (unoccupied since 2006) and 1 bath/4 bedrooms and multiple outbuildings to 29-acre farm tract including Civil War-era brick home and farm outbuildings. Also includes 11.8-acre unimproved adjoining Tract 4. Great location just west of Springfield with easy access to US 68, i-70, and I-675. Property sells at Public Auction to highest bidder(s) via Multi-Parcel Auction Method and subject to sellers' confirmation. List price is a suggested starting bid and is not necessarily reflective of the property's fair market value. Visit us on the web or call for complete Bidder Package including color brochure. Onsite and online bidding options available - check our web site regularly for COVID-19-related updates..
Originally called Monroe, New Carlisle and the Terre Coupee Prairie it overlooks was included in lands ceded to the US by the treaty made with the Pottawatomie Indians in 1826. In 1933, John Dillinger committed his first bank robbery (taking $10,000) from the New Carlisle National Bank.
6105 New Carlisle Pike
New Carlisle, OH 45504