Price $895,000
Status Active
Size 1,596 sq ft
Lot Size 5.00 ac
Days on Market 255
Opportunity Knocks!!!! Well established thriving business located in the heart of Cook Forest. Featuring 6 cabins, 2 honey moon suites, charming 5 bedroom farmhouse, and log cabin mercantile with proprietor/caretaker quarters above. Laundry on site for your convenience. Why work for someone else, opportunity is here. New cabin just built this year and new food items, pizza, ice cream and more. Click the virtual tour for 360 images.
Property Type(s): Commercial
Last Updated 3/20/2019 Year Built 2004
Community Jefferson County Jefferson

School District Brookville

Additional Details

AIR None
AREA Jefferson
CONSTRUCTION Wood Frame
EXTERIOR Electric-Circuit Break-200 Amp, Natural Gas, Underground Utilities
HEAT Forced Air, Space Heater
LOT 5.0000 acre(s)
LOT DIMENSIONS 5 acres
SEWER Septic System
STORIES 0.0
TAXES 5941.00
WATER Well
ZONING None

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