Elm House

Elm House

Elm House has 3 Bedrooms, each has a queen bed. 2 Full baths, one off the master suite upstairs and one downstairs. The master suite has a balcony overlooking backyard and wildlife ponds.
There are two large decks, one off living room with cabana, table and chairs and one in back with gas grill.
The hot tub seats six, built in stereo and accessory umbrella. House is fully furnished.

Check in after 3pm
Check out before 11am

Elm House is part of a 103 acre nationaly recognized sustainable tree farm (2007 Indiana Tree Farm of the Year and 2009 North Central Regional Outstanding Tree Farm of the Year). The property consists of naturally regenerated hardwoods, five wildlife ponds, three birding stands and various wildlife plots. The terrain is rugged with well maintained trails and marked property boundaries. Come and enjoy nature at her best or simply take advantage of reasonably priced accomodations while exploring all Monroe County has to offer.

Elm House Amentities: Hot tub with built in stereo (tuner,CD, MP3 jack). 52" HD TV. Laser disk with 100 titles. Two futons for additional guests. Central A/C with heat pump. Fully furnished kitchen with electric stove, microwave, full size refridgerator/freezer.

Elm House is situated on a 103 acre nationally recognized tree farm consisting of naturally regenerated mixed hardwoods. Five wildlife/amphibian ponds, three bird watching stands and natural vistas. Much of the property is rugged but has maintained trails and access road.

Bloomington and Indiana University are twenty minutes away. Nashville is 30 minutes. Lake Lemon is one mile east and Lake Monroe is twenty miles south. Morgan/Monroe State Forest is five mile north. Yellowwood State Forest is ten mile east. Hoosier National Forest is twenty miles south. Butler Winery is 2 miles west. Oliver Winery is 10 miles west.
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis Airport, Downtown Indianapolis, are 45 minutes north.

Guided tours of the tree farm and a small sawmill operation are available.

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