An incredible opportunity to own a piece of history. The former Country Heritage Bed & Breakfast is a charming 1860 Greek Revival that sits upon 5.98 acres. There is much of the original woodwork, hardwood floors, and four fireplaces. The property features an 11 stall horse barn, pole barn, and 2 acre corral. Barn has metal roof. Property also available to split into 4 separate parcels.
This 5 bedroom home is located in the N/a neighborhood at 64707 Mound, Washington Twp Mi 48095. This $475,000 property has approximately 2,688 square feet and was built in 1860. This home is located in the Romeo school district. Properties located in the Romeo district have an average price per square foot of $144/SqFt. Houses with similar square footage range in price from $259,900 to $699,000 and have an average price per square foot of $186/SqFt. The average priced home in 48095 with 5 bedrooms is $747,017. Depending on where you live in Washington Twp your children and/or teenagers may go to the Romeo school district, Carsonville-pt.sanilac school district, Rochester school district, Utica school district, or Croswell Lexington school district. 64707 Mound currently has property taxes in the amount of $4,366, which are assessed as homestead and therefore at the lowest tax rate.
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Dining Room, Great Room, Living Room, Master Bedroom
29 MILE WEST TO MOUND RIGHT ON MOUND TO PROPERTY
T4N R12E SEC 17 COMM AT NE COR SEC 17; TH S 611.61 FT TO PT OF BEG; TH S 557.81 FT; TH S89*10'15W 468.60 FT; TH N 557.81 FT; TH
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