JUST LISTED – 4755 E State Road 47, Lebanon

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JUST LISTED in Lebanon!

custom-built brick ranch and a 32×40’ pole barn on 5.46 acres doesn’t come onto the market very often, so you’ll want to hurry! The house offers an open floor plan with a giant center island & all appliances, sunny lanai, hardwood floors throughout, 3 bedrooms & 2.5 baths + a two-car attached side-load garage, rear patio with pergola & private access off the master suite. The pole barn features electricity & water, two overhead doors & a concrete floor. This is your opportunity for horses, hobbies and country living! The house sits back off the road. A portion of the yard is fenced for pets & there’s even a 120sf+/- cellar for mechanicals & tornado protection. This property is CLEAN! Roof was even replaced Jan 2019!  Call Jennifer today for more details or to arrange a private tour.

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JUST LISTED -5860 North 500 East, Lebanon

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JUST LISTED in Lebanon!

Opportunity awaits! This circa 1913 farmhouse is waiting to be brought back to life. What was once a charming, classic Hoosier home CAN BE AGAIN. It is, of course, priced to reflect the necessary investment of time & cash, but if you’re looking for a project, bring your vision & your tools! The house sits atop a slight hill in the shade of some truly grand trees (which are crying out for a rope swing!). Inside you’ll find a traditional design with two spacious bedrooms on the main floor, a large family room at the hub of the house & a classic eat-in kitchen. The upper floor is a blank canvas of finished space to be redesigned as needed. Looking for a country lot to redevelop? This is a great option for that, too. Cash or rehab loans only. Sold AS IS.

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JUST LISTED – 7955 West State Road 32, Lebanon

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JUST LISTED in Western Boone Schools!

If you want to break away from paying rent & avoid living in a neighborhood with HOA restrictions, this is a great opportunity & could be the perfect starter home (or excellent investment property) for many reasons. If you crave a big, heated garage for all your toys, look no further (25×25’)! Renovated in 2017 with all new interior finishes, roof/gutters (40-yr warranty), doors, well, bath fixtures, HVAC units, water heater & all appliances, located within a short walk to the school, a local bank & a handy convenience store. Low, low maintenance, highly efficient, clean & comfortable, with a good-sized lot that feels bigger than what you’ll actually mow. Plus — 200AMP service, 6×8’ outbuilding, charming built-ins & cabinetry throughout.Call Jennifer today for more details or to arrange a private tour.

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JUST LISTED – 2525 E 750 S, Lebanon

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This Turn-of-the-Century Hoosier farmhouse, extensively renovated in the early 2000’s, will suit your desire for “Green Acres” but avoid a “Handyman’s Special.” Enjoy the open floor plan and ginormous owners’ suite with its wall of windows framing the rear lawn and deck with pergola and a six-seater hot tub…WOW! Perfect floor plan offers family privacy with two gathering areas and a secondary bedroom wing. Structurally and mechanically sound with modern features. Don’t miss the party room in the garage! Historic barn is sold AS IS.

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JUST LISTED – 7825 E 500 N, Lebanon

Jennifer 017Not your usual cookie-cutter home! This is a huge, 70×30′ dual-purpose barn home with three bedrooms, three full baths & endless possibilities! Built in 05, it’s energy-efficient to be your rural dream home, weekend getaway or the onsite guest quarters of your fabulous 5.79 acre estate. Planted with hay & 100 pines, there is room for gardens, animals & most hobbies. Drive-through garage is the ultimate man-cave with room for RVs, boats or other toys. Private hideaway built with all the bells and whistles a guy could want! No expense spared on the mechanicals. The perfect rural property for all types of buyers. Just 11 miles from 465, so a quick commute to anywhere.

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JUST LISTED – 3214 Grant Blvd, Lebanon

01Wow!! Why commute when you can live close to work and enjoy your very own indoor rec center complete with a pool AND hot tub? This is truly a one-of-a-kind executive home in a classic neighborhood, close to the country club, hospital & all employers. Absolutely spotless indoors & out, beautifully landscaped for glorious spring suprises! The spacious rooms offered here, along with the craftsman trim package, will make you want to dive in and pour your own personality into the décor. Make it your own!

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SOLD – 123 Coombs St, Lebanon

downloadJennifer received a call late one evening from a very emotional homeowner.  She had quite a tale to tell of numerous failed attempts to refinance or have her loan modified and she’d come home from work that night to find a foreclosure notice on the door.  She didn’t understand the process or what to do next.  Illness had ravaged her finances, and Bank of America had being less then cooperative (which is no surprise to Jennifer!), but the bank had referred her to Jennifer for a short sale.  (Jennifer is on their list of Certified Short Sale Specialists in the Boone County market.)  Short sales are never a joy, because the stories behind them are sad, but Jennifer knows they are a necessary evil and takes pride in her ability to help guide and protect the homeowners as they make the best of a difficult situation. Jennifer helped Karen understand her options and explained why short sales are the best long-term solution to an inevitable end.  They agreed to list the house so that Karen could control her move date and participate in an incentive program through the Federal Government that would put some cash in her pocket to finance the move. In the end, the sale worked out well, and Karen was able to move to a great apartment with $5000 in her pocket, which helped offset the cost of storage and movers and security deposits. This was a sad sale for Jennifer.  She empathized with the frustration Karen felt at losing her long-term home, but the ending was better than it could have been when the foreclosure was avoided.  Karen’s health is much improved, she’s out from under a house that was over mortgaged, and she no longer has to worry with the upkeep on a historic house that was simply too much for her.  All things considered, it was a good ending to another Story of Sold.