Open House: Tuesday, February 18, 4-6 p.m.
Location: 27825 SR 643, Fresno, OH 43824
Directions: From New Bedford take State Route 643 south 8.6 miles to the auction
70-Acre Farm • Five Parcels • Farm Buildings • Open and Wooded Land Creek • Nice Building lots • Farm Machinery • JD 650G-LT Dozer • Bobcat Skid Loader • Keene Twp. • Coshocton County • River View Schools
Don’t miss this one! Here is an excellent opportunity to buy good-sized parcels of land for building, farming, hunting/recreation or whatever you desire. The Norman Yoder property is located between Coshocton and New Bedford, along State Route 643 in a beautiful part of northern Coshocton County. The farm is being offered in five parcels ranging in size from 6.7 acres to 25.75 acres. There are excellent building sites, and the land ranges from open to wooded, with the two largest parcels containing good-sized wooded areas. Remember, this is an area of the state well-known for its wildlife, especially trophy deer.This is an area with a growing Plain community, and is convenient to New Bedford and Baltic, with Coshocton, only 7 miles away. The barn and main home date to the early 1900s and are in good condition. There are plenty of other outbuildings where you could easily start or run a business and there is a nice dog kennel setup, too. The pasture offers good opportunities for raising beef cattle, sheep, etc. while still having plenty of pasture for your horses. There is a lot here, and it’s all very solid and in good shape. Also, there is a parochial school literally next door — live here, farm here and watch your children walk approx. 250 yards to school. If you have been looking for a place to enjoy quiet country living in a beautiful, picturesque portion of Coshocton County, where real estate is still very affordable, you’ll want to check out this one
. Note: Watch future ads for full chattel listing Terms: A 10% nonrefundable deposit is due at the auction. The balance is due at closing in approx. 45 days. Buyers will be charged $500 per parcel for survey costs. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey and county approval. The property sells as is and subject to all articles of record. Announcements at the auction precede previous statements and advertisements.
Benefit Lunch Stand Owners: Norman J. and Mary H. Yoder
Auctioneer/Realtor: Orus Mast 330-4739077; Joe Miller; Apprentice Auctioneer: Marlin Troyer