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Absolute 1850s Brick 2-Story & 1.65 Acre Lot Online Auction

BIDDING BEGINS

2:00 PM
Thursday, April 11  2024

BIDDING ENDS

2:00 PM *
Thursday, April 25  2024

*Extended Bidding
ADDRESS

12238 Walnut Street SW
Mauckport, IN  47142

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Seller

Charles K. Denzinger Estate

Personal Representative

Frank W. Denzinger

Estate Attorney

John E. Colin, Attorney
Simpson & Colin, LLC

Documents

Selling online to the highest bidder for the Charles Chuck Denzinger Estate, an abandoned 1850’s brick two story home – formerly known as the J.H. Miller – Fisher Brick Home on 1.76 acres, located in the floodplain in downtown Mauckport. Just minutes from the Matthew Welsh Brandenburg Bridge off IN-135 and 15 miles south of downtown Corydon.

PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS

  • 1850’s Uninhabitable Brick 2 Story on 0.11 Acre
  • 1.65 Acre Wooded Adjacent Lot
  • Known as the “Old J.H. Miller – Fisher Brick Home”
  • Antique Architectural Salvage
  • 298 ± Feet Road Frontage
  • Flood Zone AE
  • Klinstiver Ohio River Boat Ramp Nearby
  • Minutes to Brandenburg KY-79
  • 17 Miles South of Corydon off IN-135

A level, partially wooded 1.76 acres in the quiet river town of Mauckport in Harrison County. The property divided by an unimproved 3rd Street – has a circa 1850’s brick two story home on 0.11 acre with 78’ frontage and a 1.65 acre lot with 220’ frontage. The vacant home, including some remaining architectural salvage, was built by J.H. Miller in 1850, a renowned stoneware pottery maker and postmaster for Mauckport. The brick structure is located in Flood Zone AE – an area that does not allow septic systems.

Harrison REMC Electric
South Harrison Water Corporation

Heth Township (Annual)
0.11 Acres — $5.00
1.65 Acres — $47.74

FEMA records indicate that the property is located in Flood Zone AE, an area subject to flooding.

018-00093-00 PT NW1/4 4-6-3 0.11 Acre
Mauckport Inlot 16 & 17 & 18 & 19 & 20

31-20-04-129-011.000-010
31-20-04-129-012.000-010

The rural historic river town of Mauckport is one of the only towns in Harrison County with access to the Ohio River. The Jim Klinstiver Boat Ramp at Morvin’s Landing Park opened to the public in 2019, providing access on the Indiana side of the river to boaters. A previous ferry site for crossing operated until the new Matthew Welsh Bridge was completed in 1966. This bridge now provides a convenient access to Brandenburg, Kentucky for employment opportunities and everyday goods and services. The town of Morvin established in 1811 was the historic battlefield for General John Hunt Morgan and his Morgan’s Raiders as they crossed the Ohio River en route to the northern territory.

J. H. Miller was a renowned stoneware pottery maker and postmaster for Mauckport.
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/30089189/james-hanes-miller

Squire Boone Caverns
Discovered by Squire Boone, and his brother Daniel Boone
https://squireboonecaverns.com/cave-info/

DIRECTIONS I-64 to Corydon Exit # 105. South 16 miles on IN-135 to left onto ramp to Mauckport just before Matthew Welsh Memorial Bridge to Brandenburg, KY. Right at stop sign onto W. Old Hwy. 11 to right on Walnut Street.

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