- Received 2/16/2018
1921 E SR 250MADISON, IN 47250
1921 E SR 250
MADISON, IN 47250
1921 E SR 250
MADISON, IN 47250
Stunning 45 acre property w/2 acres of walnut groves, over 600 trees! ORiginal mail pouch tobacco barn still set up to dry tobacco. Chalet style home on property w/LL partially finished & next 3 levels framed ready to finish! LL is occupied with a bath, kitchen, LR and 2 bedrooms. 1.54 acre pond w/7 natural springs that flow into creek! Rock bed creek w/beautiful water features and swimming hole. Large mechanics workshop w/2 wood burning stoves and loft storage with Lean too attached.Total square footage of workshop is near 2000 sg ft.
|Bedroom 1:||10 x 12 (Level: 1)|
|Bedroom 2:||10 x 12 (Level: 1)|
|Kitchen:||21 x 11 (Level: 1)|
|Living Room:||23 x 11 (Level: 1)|
|Other Room 2:||24 x 30 (Level: 2)|
|Heating:||Wood Burn Stove|
|Inside Features:||Walk-In Closet, Wash-Dry Hook-up|
|Outside:||Barn, Outbuildings, Pond, Wooded View, Workshop|
|Windows:||Wood Dbl Hung|
|Income Per Capita:||$43,778|
|Pop Density Sq.Mi.:||105|
|Temp Jan (avg):||32.4|
|Temp July (avg):||77.2|
|Air pollution index:||158|
|High school degree:||5,967|
|Households w/ children:||2,868|
|Net Worth (average):||$382,899|
|Income Median 0-25:||$21,905|
|Income Median 25-44:||$47,160|
|Income Median 45-64:||$49,966|
|Income Median 65+:||$35,919|
|Mortgage Debt Median:||$73,350|
|Home Equity Median:||$163,110|
|Work Travel (median):||43 min|
|Dwelling Median Age:||32|
|Airport(major):||Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International|
Madison’s downtown historic district contains over 1,500 19th century structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places, making it Indiana’s largest historic district.
Nestled along the Ohio River Valley, Madison has always been the center of transportation, industry and commerce for the entire southeastern Indiana region. Founded in 1809, Madison today is the county seat for Jefferson County, making it the destination for political, economic and social activities of the county. Boats and barges still pass on the great northern bend of the Ohio River, surrounded by scenic limestone bluffs. While much of the surrounding southern Indiana region is fertile farmland, 1300 residents have found a home in this charming tree-covered Indiana city.
Madison is a scenic 75-mile drive from Cincinnati through rolling rural countryside, following US Rt. 50 to State Rt. 421. Indiana Rt. 56 also bisects the downtown.
King’s Daughters Hospital and Health Services provides medical care to Madison residents and five other nearby counties.
Madison is also known as an antique shopping destination in the Midwest. Numerous specialty shops, unique restaurants and quaint B&B’s compliment the historic downtown. Most Jefferson County residents come here to shop for all their food and retail needs.
Madison has been called the ‘”Prettiest Small Town in the Midwest” by the Ladies Home Journal. There’s always something to do in Madison. Art festivals, historic sites and homes, museums, theater, music, entertainment, and numerous local craftsmen and artisans fill the days with activity. Southern Indiana is also a nationally recognized wine region and three award-winning wineries are located within minutes of Madison. Hanover College is the oldest private college in Indiana and offers sports and cultural activities throughout the year. Boaters use the waterfront access to the Ohio River for water sports. Annually the Madison Regatta hosts a nationally ranked hydroplane-racing event. Whether you are an avid wildlife watcher, hiker, or simply enjoy the great outdoors, Clifty Falls State Park has something for everyone. Hikers can enjoy trails ranging from “easy” to “rugged” and behold deeply cut gorges, sheer rock walls and plunging waterfalls. Located on 50,000 acres five miles north of Madison (on the closed Jefferson Proving Ground), Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge Area is managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Big Oaks NWR has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area because of its value to migratory birds. Portions of the refuge are open for wildlife observation, photography, fishing, hunting, interpretation, and environmental education.