The median home value in Monterey, IN is $51,467.
the county median home value of $120,100.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Monterey, IN is $51,467.
Approximately 63% of Monterey homes are owned,
compared to 15% rented, while
21% are vacant.
Monterey real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath home with open concept in Monterey with fenced yard, detached garage, car port, & full basement. Home has a newer metal roof, furnace, water heater, and pump. Full dry basement, C/A, new flooring throughout most of the house, and fresh paint. Sewer bill runs $60 a month and utility bills are low. Garage needs a new doors, property being sold "as is". Make your appointment today!
Down a half-mile of private road and nestled up against the banks of the Tippecanoe River, you find this incredibly remote and peaceful rural property situated on 65+ acres with unlimited potential. One of the main features is the 3 bedroom/2 bath home with many improvements. Previous owners had used this as a full-time residence, but it would also make a great weekend retreat or summer getaway. The home has two attached decks, a 50-year metal roof, a screened-in porch with waterfront views as well as a large carport. The homeâs quality construction and forced air LP gas heating, as well as a wood-burning boiler system, and a newly installed crawlspace encapsulation system all add to the comfort and efficiency of the living space. Add an almost unlimited supply of firewood from the property, which makes for some very low-cost heating expenses. With a property like this, storage is important so there is a 50' x 64' metal pole barn across the driveway from the home. About half the barn is open space for tractors, boats, ATVs, or any other toys or equipment you have. The other half is a mostly finished recreation room/man cave/bar area and workshop. The heated space with lights/water and a partial bathroom is where you might spend much of your time when you are not out hunting or enjoying the outdoors. Of course, itâs the land that is much of the attraction of this property. Its unique size, shape, and variety of habitat that truly make this property an outdoorsmanâs and nature loverâs paradise. The Tippecanoe River bends and flows across the corner of this property with over a Â¼ mile of riverfront. You can fish, hunt waterfowl, canoe, kayak, tube, or just enjoy the sound of the flowing river. The rest of the land is a mix of natural low-lying wetland areas, several wooded ridges, and brushy thickets with deer, turkey, ducks, geese, eagles, owls, and other wildlife galore. If you donât see all the wildlife, you know they are nearby with all the tracks and trails and other signs covering the property. A large portion of the property is enrolled a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) which generates $3755 a year in income. In addition, there is real potential for timber harvesting down the road with the quality plantation on the property that includes hickory, walnut, and oak trees, among others. It could also make a great place for some additional food plots or to pasture some horses or livestock if you desire a hobby farm. Pre qualified buyers only.
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