You need to see this acreage firsthand! There is nothing cookie cutter about this home. There is the character and charm of the original farmhouse built in 1900 the original porch post is inside the home. As well as the convenience and openness of a spacious 2000 addition, yet, this is not a standard addition by any means. The foundation was poured in 2000 meaning that it is a basement that could easily be finished for even more space if desired. There is a master bedroom on the first floor as well as a first floor laundry room and formal dining room. Conveniently located off of the master bedroom is a cozy three-seasons room perfect for reading or enjoying the morning coffee. The possibilities for entertaining are endless as there is a spacious living room and very nice sized sunroom complete with skylights. There is a smaller room on the main floor that is perfect for a sewing or office room as well as another ample size room that could easily be made into another bedroom (just needs a closet). A full bathroom and a half bathroom are located on the main floor with three additional bedrooms upstairs and a second full bathroom. The home features a steel roof, a geothermal heating and cooling system, and a central vacuum. There are two separate one stall garages as well as two additional outbuildings and a corn crib. The seller has cared for cattle, sheep, and goats on the 1.09 acre property. Refrigerator, gas stove, and dishwasher to remain at the property. Located off of a paved road less than 1.5 miles from Springville. Glass in 12 windows professionally replaced Nov. 15, 2018. Easy to show. Quick 15 minute drive to Marion. There are two Geothermal units - one for the original portion of the home, and one for the newer portion. The furthest east back building and second corn bin are part of land that is separate from the property. Owner is open to a right of first refusal for this land as well as possibly renting it out.