- CLOSED Wed, Aug 24 -

Productive Tillable Land

7770 S CR 300 W, Muncie, IN

List Price: N/A Code: DMC21D

• Total Acreage: 86.08 ac • Tillable: 82.45 ac


86.08 Acres with 82.45 acres tillable. Property is postage stamp flat with good soil quality and drainage. Property has paved road access along two sides (300 W and 500 S). The renter has been a farmer who took great care of the soil, fertilizing responsibly, crop rotation, ditch work, mowing roadsides, etc. This land also will have great site development potential when market conditions justify. Well & septic are in place and fully functioning. There are 2-1000 gallon propane tanks.

Zoning: Agricultural


Sec. 6, Monroe Twp., Delaware County, Muncie, Indiana.

Just south of Muncie, Indiana approximately 4 miles off I-69 on the Muncie By-pass.


There is a 100+ year old house that is in fair to poor condition. It had old asbestos siding that is now covered by new vinyl siding and a new metal roof. It is possible to rent it out if someone wanted to fix it up. It is dated. There are 2/3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and a partial basement that is not finished. The bedrooms and living room have hardwood floors. Kitchen is very dated. 100 amp service.

There is a beautiful 48' x 75' Metal Butler building with 24' x 16' sliding doors, concrete floor and 220 electric and 200 amp service. It has an attached enclosed lean-to building with 2 entrances, one from inside the building, the other a 12' x 16' roll up, perfect for a Motorhome, two 12' x 10' doors. it was constructed in 1979. It does not leak and has potential to rent out if desired. There is another 36' x 36' FBI type building with electric overhead door opener and a roofed lean to open on 3 sides. It is on a circular concrete pad from an old grain bin, so it is gravel in the corners. 100 amp service. Both buildings have the potential to be rented out for storage.

There are 3 other wood outbuildings (1 is a garage, 1 corn crib, and a 170 year old barn). The small 1 car garage building can be fixed up. The other two have beams and siding dating back 170 years and could be sold off. The fire department will burn these down at no cost as a training exercise.






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