PLEASE HELP ME FIND A MINI-FARM IN OHIOgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Countryside : One Thread
WE HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR A MINI FARM IN OHIO OR INDIANA FOR A YEAR NOW. ALL WE WANT IS TO LOCATE TO A SMALL TOWN. DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANY MINI FARMS FOR SALE IN OHIO OR INDIANA. ALSO LOOKING FOR LINKS TO WEB SITES FOR REALTORS IN INDIANA FOR SMALL TOWNS PLEASE EMAIL ME AS SOON AS POSSILE. KELLY
-- KELLY (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 23, 2000
If you have any questions about NE IN I'll try to help.
-- R. (email@example.com), May 23, 2000.
Check out www.kaufmanrealty.com or www.kikoauctions.com or www.baerauctions.com These are auctioneers/realtors located in Ohio. Most farms large or small are sold at auction here. There are farms for sale all the time, although they are pricey (3,000-4,000 per acre.) Rob
-- Rob Shipe (RShipe1046@aol.com), May 24, 2000.
I live in West Central Indiana (about 30 miles west of Indpls). We have a small newspaper that comes out weekly that's always loaded with ads for small acreages. If you would e-mail me with your specs (price/acreage wanted/house, etc.) I will be happy to scout the paper for you. Also, you might want to try www.mibor.com. That's the web site for the local Board of Realtors. It has listings for about seven or eight counties in the Central Indiana area. Good luck!
-- Sandy (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 25, 2000.
Take a look in Carrol County in Ohio----still some pretty good prices if you're lucky, and beautiful country. Carrollton is a wonderful little village with a good school system--it's growing tho, so don't wait too long to check it out.
-- Cheri (cheri44615 @yahoo.com), January 27, 2001.
Is 32 acres big enough? Does it have to have a house?, or are you wanting to build? We have one. It is fenced with new high tensil and has a pond. Nice access, in Center Township in Monroe County, OH.
We are definately small town.
We are going to sell it. Too far from where we live to be practical.
-- homestead2 (email@example.com), January 27, 2001.
Ohio has a population density of 264.9 persons per square mile. Western Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh Metro) is densly populated and is putting price pressure on Eastern Ohio Counties (Jefferson, Harrison, Carrol, Belmont) Also, the terrain is very hilly, so you'd have to be in very good health to be climbing around your property out here. I live in Steubenville, Oh. Land running $2500 to $3000 an Acre in Jefferson and Harrison Counties.
I'd suggest going WEST from Indiana, not East.
-- Bob in Ohio (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 16, 2001.