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Historic Mansion Row Home Online Auction


Real Estate — $333,300

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2:00 PM
Wednesday, April 19  2023


2:00 PM *
Wednesday, April 26  2023

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601 E. Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150

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A non-refundable down payment, 10% of the Purchase Price (Final Bid + Buyer’s Premium), in the form of cash, check, or wired funds in USD are due within 24 hours following the auction, balance due in 40 days. Buyer to receive clear title. Taxes prorated to the day of closing. Selling as is without contingencies, all inspections welcomed prior to auction. If you choose to obtain financing, not subject to approval or appraisal. All closing costs are the buyer’s expense. Possession at closing. See full details in the Auction Bid Packet.


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  • Wednesday, April 19, 4PM – 6PM

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Christopher & Julie Lewis

Selling online the famed “George & Eliza Devol House” – a striking circa 1889 Queen Anne Victorian style home in the revitalized town of New Albany – just minutes to downtown restaurants, boutiques and the Ohio River Greenway. A two-and-a-half-story four-bedroom home with distinctive roof lines features a spacious veranda, finished attic, basement, private courtyard and a detached 2-car garage. Make your mark and claim your spot on Main Street for generations to come.


  • Historic Mansion Row District
  • Circa 1889 Queen Anne Victorian Style Home
  • 3132 Square Feet on Two Floors
  • Partially Finished Attic
  • 4 Bedrooms – 3 Baths
  • 3 Decorative Fireplaces
  • 773 Square Foot Basement
  • 2-Car Detached Heated & Cooled Garage
  • Private Fenced Rear Courtyard
  • New Albany-Floyd County Schools
  • Easy Access to Ohio River Greenway
  • 1 Mile to I-64 Sherman Minton Bridge
  • Featured in the Historic Homes of New Albany, Indiana

A colorful turn of the century frame home – timeless in design boasts embellished wood trim, 10’ ceilings, and wood floors, located in the heart of the Historic Mansion Row District on a charming landscaped center median street with street lights.

The first floor of the home with 1546 square feet welcomes you through a windbreak foyer to an open music parlor room with an elaborate Eastlake style staircase, nearby living room, private library with built-in bookcase, formal dining room with wood pocket doors and down the hall – a full bath with marble floors. A gourmet kitchen is nearby and equipped with center island, granite countertops, six burner GE range, stainless steel double ovens and refrigerator with adjacent french doors to a small covered porch.

An additional back staircase off the kitchen leads you to the second floor with 1586 square feet which includes 4 bedrooms, a sitting area and a full bath. The finished attic has an additional 888 square feet of non-conforming space with its angled ceilings and a full bath with a jetted tub.

The unfinished utility basement with exposed brick and stone walls has 773 square feet and includes an equipped laundry and storage areas with walkup stairs to the rear courtyard. The home is heated by hot water boiler heat circulated on the first and second floors with gravity flowing to the attic space. The central air conditioning is on the second floor and the attic with gravity flowing to the first floor.

The rear courtyard surrounded by a privacy fence includes a 10’ x 8’ storage shed with an insulated 19’ x 27’ detached 2-car garage heated and cooled – with alley access and parking.

A great home bringing history and opportunity together!

East Main and Market Streets contain the city’s finest concentration of historic residential properties, chronicling the rise in prominence of an Ohio River town from its pioneer days to the Gilded Age of the 19th century and beyond. New Albany’s Mansion Row was the city’s first designated historic district and was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.

The New Albany Historic Preservation Commission (NAHPC) is a city-appointed body that administers design review in New Albany’s local historic districts, including Mansion Row. The NAHPC works in cooperation with the City of New Albany and others to preserve the character and fabric of historically significant areas and structions for all present and future citizens of New Albany. Therefore, any exterior alterations must be reviewed and approved by the New Albany Historic Preservation Commission through the issuance of a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA). For more information contact the City of New Albany at 812-948-5333 or Indiana Landmarks at 812-284-4534.

Access the Ohio River Greenway from 3 historic riverside towns. You’ll have the best views of the Louisville skyline and the Ohio River. The Ohio River Greenway multi-use path links the riverside towns of Jeffersonville, Clarksville, and New Albany, Indiana. It follows the banks of the Ohio River and provides river access from each community.

Walk, ride a bicycle, jog, and picnic along any of the established Greenway project green spaces, trails, and paved pathways. For more information;

Ohio River Greenway
Ohio River Greenway — Things to Do

Featured in the “Historic Homes of New Albany, Indiana” book written by David C. Barksdale & Gregory A. Sekula, AICP, and also awarded the Facelift Award House by the New Albany Historic Preservation Commission in 2012.

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New Albany City (Annual) – $3,186.80

Homestead – $45,000
Supplemental – $88,165
Mortgage – $3,000

FEMA records indicate that the property is not in a flood zone.

P 93; 42 1/2 X 120′ “C” UP HIGH


New Albany – Floyd County Consolidated


From downtown New Albany take State Street to East on Main Street. Continue 1/2 mile on left. Or with the revitalization construction on Main Street – take Market Street to right on 6th Street.


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