What a great find with great opportunity and possibilities! This is a Tudor Revival building situated on 7+ acres. This was built for the famous Mark Honeywell as his personal Movie Studio in 1936. The famous architect A.M. Strazz designed this Castle style building. This building and land is located on the Wabash County Golf Course. This is an amazing structure with 4 years of restoration completed to date. The quality of this structure is remarkable in and of itself. Great architecture coinciding with great potential make this property very desirable. The surround covered porch has been completed with windows thus making for a grand seating area. The second floor was the retreat room for honored guest. The 3rd floor was the living area for the grounds keeper. The huge walkout basement has a formal bar area, several large card game rooms, a larger pool room and several office spaces and so much more. Step out of the basement to view the river that passed around this wonderful structure. 7 acres, 2 tennis courts, 2 bridges, a pool / bath house, a long winding drive with so much potential. Come, step inside and see for yourself. The building and grounds speak for themselves.
Address:378 St Rd 15 Highway Wabash IN 46992
Sold On: 12/14/2019
County: Wabash County
Property Type:Special Purpose
Lot Dimensions:550 x 555
Directions:West on Hwy 24, North on St. Rd. 15 about 1 mile. Drive is on the Left.
Listing provided courtesy of CENTURY 21 Bradley Realty, Inc.
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