ROANOKE - A massive property in northeast Indiana has hit the auction block. The 25-acre site in Roanoke, known as Freeland Farm, was previously owned by Dick Freeland, the former chairman of Pizza Hut of Fort Wayne Inc. who died in 2013.

Fort Wayne-based Reecer Properties is managing the sale and says the property includes a horse breeding operation, an indoor arena and a more than 2,800-square-foot home. The real estate agency says the site could be converted into a luxury event property or livestock farm, among other uses.

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