Call Stephanie Spiros:
217.304.0404
Call Travis Selby:
217.304.1686
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Illinois & Indiana

Call Stephanie Spiros: 217.304.0404

Call Travis Selby: 217.304.1686

Country Home and outbuildings on 9 acres, Vermilion County, IL

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Property Details

  • Acres:9
  • Status:Sold
  • Type:Horse Property, Recreational Property, Residential Property
  • Zip:61834
  • Price Per Acre:$25,967
  • City:Danville
  • State:Illinois
  • County:Vermilion

Travis Selby

Illinois and Indiana Land Specialist, Broker and Auctioneer Phone:
217.304.1686
Email:
travis@agexchange.com
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Property Description

You will have deer and turkey in the back yard every day. +/- 9 acres, pasture and outbuildings for livestock, woods, and stream.

Comfortable 3 bd, 2.5 ba, 2,680 sq ft. 2 story home, built in 1986. Fantastic views overlooking the pasture and stream. Stream runs water year around.
Open concept interior, large great room. Kitchen has a large island, walk-in pantry, & double pantry, new cook-top, dishwasher, sink, and faucet. New carpet on main level and paint throughout home. 100% electric with economical soft therm baseboard heat. Sq/ft includes a 24x20 attached garage converted to a finished game/exercise room. New roof and skylight in 2017 with 10-yr transferrable warranty. 20 x 24 detached garage built in 2009. 30x40 barn, three 10x12 horse stalls, 10x15 foaling stall, insulated 10x15 tack room. 30 amp RV hook-up. Second barn with large horse stall and chicken coop, Property has a large yard. Home is outside of the city limits, but close to shopping and amenities. Less than 5 minutes to I-74.
2019 payable 2020 Real estate tax $2,941

Property Address: 451 S Kansas Ave, Danville, IL 61834

Call Travis Selby to set up your showing.
Scheduled showings to pre qualified buyers only.
217.304.1686

Property Map / Directions

Property Address: 451 S Kansas Ave, Danville, IL 61834 Call Travis Selby to set up your showing. Scheduled showings to pre qualified buyers only. 217.304.1686

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