House on Geist Reservoir set for sheriff’s sale, was owned by man who defrauded investors of $200 million

The multimillion-dollar home of a Seymour native convicted of fraud in a U.S. district court goes up for auction at a sheriff’s sale next month.

Tim Durham, the former Indianapolis businessman convicted in 2012 of defrauding investors in an Ohio company of $200 million, lost the home through a foreclosure proceeding.

The house, a nearly 11,000-square-foot residence with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms that overlooks Geist Reservoir, is on a sheriff’s sale set for March 6.

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