Historic House Listings

Sold for $450,000. Look inside! “Lostwithiel”, Circa 1930. Over two acres in Indiana. $429,000

August 9, 2023

This home is perfection inside and out! “Lostwithiel” means trail end of the forest. Lostwithiel was built in 1930. One of the historic cabins built by Hank Swain. It is located on 2.67 acres in Nashville, Indiana. The home features hand chiseled stone fireplace, hand hewn poplar logs, hardwood floors, french doors, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, library and a great kitchen. There is so much to love about this home. There is an expansive deck that spans the back of the house. The property has a pond and two detached buildings that are wired. Two bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,806 square feet. $429,000

Contact Marg DeGlandon with RE/MAX Team: 812-360-4083

From the Zillow listing:


‘Lostwithiel’ Tail End of the Forest. Welcome to one of the historic cabins built by Hank Swain in 1930. Hand chiseled stone fireplace & hand hewn poplar logs can still be enjoyed inside this Brown County oasis. Craftsmanship went into every detail while expanding this custom home. Featuring wood & gas fireplaces, expansive library with movie theater, top of the line kitchen, wonderfully updated bathrooms, antique custom round window & beveled windows are just some of the special touches this unique property host. A back deck stretches the length of the home & floor to ceiling windows allow you to enjoy your backyard sanctuary & pond. Workshop & storage building are temperature controlled. Driveway features beautiful tanned gravel.



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