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208 E 2nd Street

Monroe City, IN, 47557

  • Price $28,900
  • Beds2
  • Baths112
  • Sq. Ft.1176
  • MLS #201651416
2 or 3 bedroom bungalow offering an enclosed front porch, large inviting living room, 2 bedrooms and possible third or use as an office or den, 1 full and 1 half bath, eat in kitchen with built ins, laundry room and all setting on a corner lot. South Knox Schools. Estimated taxes with homestead exemption at current assessed value would be approx. $484.00 a year.

Annual Taxes: $751
  • # of Rooms6
  • AmenitiesCeiling Fan(s),Dryer Hook Up Electric, Eat-In Kitchen, Porch Enclosed, Range/Oven Hook Up Elec, Tub/Shower Combination, Main Floor Laundry, Washer Hook-Up
  • Architectual StyleBungalow
  • Basement/FoundationCrawl
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • FireplaceNo
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • Lot Size10019
  • Lot DescriptionCorner,0-2.9999
  • Sale IncludesWater Heater Electric
  • SewagePublic
  • StyleOne Story
  • TownshipHarrison
    • Heath Klein

      Realtor/Broker
      Cell: (812) 291-2202

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    Both times we have used Klein Realty to sell our property, they were sold quickly. I especially like the personal contact they offer, such as updates on showings & monthly reports. The yard signs are big enough not to be missed. The final closing day is no hassle, with all the paperwork prepared ahead of time, and each paper was explained before we signed. From first listed to sale day, we had to do nothing but sign our names. All was taken care of by the kind, professional, dedicated people at Klein Realty.
    Sandra K. Geisweit

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