Located approximately an hour from downtown Columbus, you will find a 136-acre property just off Route 3 in Knox County, Ohio. This property offers the convenience of being 6 miles southwest to the city of Mt. Vernon. Mt Vernon is the county seat and also home to Kenyon College. The slightly rolling topography is accented by groomed trails, open fields, luscious woods, and overgrown pastures. The property is easily accessible and makes for an excellent hunting property. Any hunter would tell you from the signs of wildlife here, that deer and turkey call this property home. There are many options to encourage the habitat of the existing wildlife to increase by creating food plots with several small fields and a larger 6-acre field. The growth of the existing wildlife is supported by a fresh water springs and a stream all year long. The recent select timber harvest will only enhance the habitat. Whether you are an avid hunter or just someone who enjoys spending time hiking in nature, this property offers it all. It also has great potential to be used as a farm.
Overlooking the nearly 6-acre open field, is a spacious 3,764 square foot one of a kind home. The owners turned a century old barn into a three story home full of character. The top floor has six nice size bedrooms and a half bath. The main floor includes a very large kitchen with a wood burning cook stove, dining room, four season room, foyer, full bathroom, and a living room with a wood burning stove. The lower level of the home is where you will find a room that could be used as an office, a family room, another full bathroom, a laundry room, and a space for all of your storage. The home has been well insulated with 12-inch thick exterior walls. There is plenty of natural light filling the home by several windows. You and your guests will enjoy the beautiful views of the property with the wrap around deck. It is the perfect place to entertain or just enjoy your morning coffee while listening to the sounds of nature all around. Attached to the home is a 21×46 garage. On the property there is an old barn, a 27×37 pole building with concrete floors and another 24×37 pole building. The 136-acre property is currently enrolled in the CAUV program. Current taxes are approximately $4,525 per year. The sellers are not reserving any rights and there are no known oil and gas leases. This impressive property may not last long. Call today with any questions or to set up an appointment to view.