Real Property, Sugar Notch Pennsylvania

Listing Number: 7969407 | Sugar Notch, PA US | Sugar Notch Borough 0 Seller's Other Auctions

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42 Days, 17 Hours

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Current Price:

$5,000.00   Reserve Price Not Met
Bids: 0 Tax: 0.00 % Buyers Fee: 8.00 %

Auction Details

Starting Bid: $5,000.00
Current Price: $5,000.00  
Buy Now Price $0.00
Reserve Price Not Met  
Buyer's Fee: 8.00 %
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Item Description

Real property located at 223 Chestnut Street, Sugar Notch, PA (Luzerne County Deed Book 3007 at Page 232391/PIN No. 60-J9SW1-007-006-000), containing 12,531.65 square feet. .26 Acres. 

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Commercial- Exempt


Sugar Notch Borough does not provide any guaranties and/or warranties relative to the item(s) being sold. Thus, the item(s) is/are offered on an “AS IS –WHERE IS” basis.  There are no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, made with respect to the title to or condition of the real estate.

The successful bidder must pay the purchase price and all costs associated with the transfer, including title search fees, attorney fees, recording fees and transfer taxes within 60 days. The Borough reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 

Additional information on this Auction

Will Item results be voted on Yes
Date of voting Wednesday, October 2, 2019

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"what is the zoning, the required closing costs, attorney fees etc., (restrictions?) thank you "
- Asked by #572040 11/27/2016 03:31 AM
The property is in the R2 zone, closing costs and fees would be determined later based on purchase price and closing agent's fees, etc.
-Answered on 11/28/2016 02:41 PM
"Are there any buildings on the property? Is there water/sewer service to the property? "
- Asked by #10389423 01/06/2017 04:34 AM
There are no buildings. There was a building that was destroyed by fire. There were connections when there was a building there either off Ray or Chestnut Street. I am sure those connections can be reestablished.
-Answered on 01/06/2017 09:24 AM
"How long have these been for sale?"
- Asked by #10536199 06/08/2017 08:40 PM
I am not sure, but it has been some time
-Answered on 06/09/2017 09:05 AM
"Would a prefab home be permitted on this lot?"
- Asked by #11736301 07/27/2017 05:44 PM
I do not believe the type of home would matter in terms of stick built or prefab
-Answered on 07/27/2017 02:54 PM
"For those of us that are not familiar Zoning law " R 2 " would you please briefly describe it? Thank you. "
- Asked by #5823071 07/28/2017 07:54 AM
R-2 is the Two Family residential district. Permitted uses are single-family attached dwellings, single-family detached dwellings, Two family dwellings, Public Utility facilities (excluding storage yards), and accessory uses to the listed permitted uses. There are also uses permitted by special exception.
-Answered on 07/28/2017 09:11 AM
"When fire destroyed the former building did the ground become contaminated in any way , shape or form? i.e. any pollutants come from the house and drain into the ground after the fire like oil from the oil tank or stored chemicals of any kind? Has the ground been tested either before or after the fire? Thank you for your time. "
- Asked by #5823071 07/30/2017 08:45 PM
The Borough is unaware of any contamination. There has been no ground testing performed by the Borough.
-Answered on 08/01/2017 09:58 AM
"Are these two property's connected"
- Asked by #13554917 11/15/2017 02:51 PM
The two properties currently listed by Sugar Notch on Municibid are not connected. The property listed above is one lot.
-Answered on 11/15/2017 09:57 AM

Item location This location is a general area based on the sellers zip code. It is not the specific address where the item is located.