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Glenwood Cottage Online Auction

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Real Estate — $189,200

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STARTING DATE

6:00 pm
Monday, July 27

ENDING DATE

6:00 pm *
Monday, August 3

*Extended Bidding
LOCATION

2531 Glenwood Court
New Albany, IN 47150

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Real Estate Terms

10% Non-refundable down payment in the form of cash, check or wired funds is due within 24 hours following the auction, balance due in 40 days. Taxes prorated to the day of closing. Possession at closing. Selling as is without contingencies, all inspections welcomed prior to the auction. Owners are licensed Indiana Real Estate Brokers.

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  • Monday, July 27, 4pm – 6pm
  • Monday, August 3, 11am – 1pm

Seller

Doug & Mary Ann Harritt

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Classic two-bedroom two-bath brick cottage with two fireplaces, unfinished attic, full basement, and a detached two-car garage in Glenwood Park off Beharrell Avenue in Floyd County. Great location with easy access to the tri-city area near downtown.

PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Historic Glenwood Park Neighborhood
  • Brick Cottage Built 1935
  • 1376 Square Feet Finished
  • 2 Bedrooms – 2 Baths – 2 Fireplaces
  • 1035 Square Foot Basement
  • 462 Square Foot Floored Attic
  • Detached Two-Car Garage
  • 52’ x 120’ Lot
  • 6 Miles to Downtown Louisville

Brimming with 1930’s charm and design this 1376 square foot brick cottage with a basement is ripe with opportunity for redesign or reimagination. A steep roof with striking cross gable lines, paned windows, vintage doors, and a breathtaking panoramic window in the kitchen all add to the unique aesthetic of this home. Each room flows freely into the next via wide openings with original trim, crown, and chair molding. These period design touches have withstood the test of time and have truly made the home inviting for years to come.

The 1376 square foot home features a living room with a fireplace, formal dining, equipped kitchen, large family room with a fireplace surrounded by walls of windows, two bedrooms, and one bath on the first floor. A great opportunity for expansion with the staired access to a 33’ foot floored attic and a 1035 square foot basement with full bath.

The home is equipped with natural gas heat and central air, recently replaced in 2018. A detached 20’ x 20’ garage sits on a private 52’ x 120’ lot. A great home to call your own!

In 1902 twenty-five acres, which is currently the residential area of Glenwood Park and Glenwood Court, was acquired by the Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction Company. The Company ran the interurban rail line that connected New Albany, Jeffersonville and Louisville. Electric streetcars hustled passengers and freight between the cities. As a marketing tool to help increase passenger traffic the entrepreneurs of the line wanted to create a destination spot. That’s exactly what they did at Glenwood Park. The site had a dancehall pavilion, ballpark, bowling alley, bandstand, tennis courts, amphitheater, and more. Thousands of people flocked there to enjoy a resort atmosphere. Picnics, pageants, outdoor opera, swimming, boating along Silver Creek, dancing, and music.

During the year the park opened in 1903, Dr. John Baldwin of Jeffersonville, envisioned the Park as an ideal location in which to introduce Chautauqua to the surrounding area. He with 10 other prominent men from New Albany and Jeffersonville formed the Chautauqua Association. So one year after the park opened, Glenwood Park saw its first Chautauqua. The Fall Cities and surrounding towns eagerly anticipated and experienced a happy, informative, entertaining vacation lifestyle in beautiful Glenwood Park. The park was sold for residential development in 1935.

Glenwood Park

  • Vectren Gas
  • Duke Energy
  • Indiana American Water
  • New Albany Sewers

REAL ESTATE TAXES 2019/2020

  • New Albany Township (Annual) — $1,438.72

EXEMPTIONS 2019/2020

  • Homestead — $45,000
  • Supplemental — $31,395

New Albany Floyd County School Corporation

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Directions

I-265 to Charlestown Road Exit #4. South 1.4 miles to left on Slate Run Road. 1.4 miles to the left on Beharrell Avenue. 3/10 mile to the left on Glenwood Court to auction on the left. Or from Providence Way turn right on Beharrell to right on Glenwood Court.

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