Looking for land…how does 11.8 acres with beautiful views sound? Need an outbuilding…how about a 24’ x 48’ heated shop building with cement floor & garage door AND a 30’ x 32’ pole barn? Like to fish…how about 2 ponds, both stocked? This terrific property offers all this plus a 1,698 sq. ft. ranch style home with 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath, 2 half baths, 2 decks (one with hot tub) & walk out lower level. Home is heated with oil furnace or newer wood burner (a large supply of wood will remain). Extensive improvements have been made in the last 5 years including new septic system, new metal roof, vinyl siding on house & pole building, new side deck, remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances, remodeled baths, new plumbing, most electrical updated, new sliding door to back deck, several new doors, many new windows, exterior lighting, new duct work, remodeled first floor laundry with stackable washer & dryer & electric dog fence. Hike the trails, hunt, fish, garden, tinker in the shop/outbuilding, relax in the hot tub, or just enjoy the stunning views in this quiet & peaceful setting. Bring your hiking shoes & view this wonderful property soon!
3 bedrooms, 2.0 bath property
built on an 11.80 acre lot
and having a living area of 1698 sqft
home comes within an USDA eligible zone
. You can qualify for a ZERO down mortgage on this house. Fill in the application form to talk to a USDA loan expert.
Note 1 : A physical inspection of the house at 10137 Hill Church St SE, East Canton, OH 44730 is still required make sure that this property follows other USDA guidelines in order to qualify for a USDA home loan.
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