323 McGhee Lane Single-Family Home for sale in Chillicothe, OH

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TRUSTEE AUCTION

7.7 Acres * Clean 6 Room Home * 4 Car Garage

$25,000 Min. Bid

Great County Home & Property!

Sat. Oct. 14th 10 AM

323 McGhee Ln Wellston, OH 45692



As agents for Roger T. Whitaker Successor Trustee for The Eldon Pittenger Trust we will sell the following described Real Estate on the premises.



What a beautiful property, with a nice clean home situated high on the ridge along the road viewing the pasture below. Home offers front covered porch, combo living and sitting room, 2 bedrooms with closets, eat-in kitchen with cabinetry, bonus room with washer/dryer hookups, full bath with shower; and the enclosed rear porch with knotty pine walls is a great place to relax and enjoy your favorite beverage while viewing the pasture and wildlife! The walk-out style basement offers concrete floors, shower over tub, utility sink and the home is equipped with county water, LP gas furnace & 200 amp breaker box. Home also offers a lot replacement windows. The 4 car bank barn style garage offers two overhead doors with openers & storage space. Also the property has garden space and two chicken houses with mature pines and hardwood trees on the ridge with the meadow below. A lot of road frontage on McGhee Lane and S. Maine Ave., only 1/2 mile off SR 327 near General Mills.



Open House: Mon., Sept. 25th 5-6 PM



Terms: $5,000 down at time of sale cash or check; Balance & Possession upon delivery of deed at closing on or before Nov. 29th 2017; Offered free & clear prior to closing; Sold in As-Is condition; No buyer's contingencies exist; Net Annual Taxes: $886.44 (Homestead Reduction included) pro-rated to closing; Jackson County Parcel #'s: M240330005600 & M240330005700. Auditor's appraised value is $90,030!!

  • Price: $25,000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1

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