(+/-) 190 Acre Plymouth, PA Land Auction - (Nanticoke Area) | Bering Real Estate Co.™ | Bering Real Estate Co.™

Five tracts of land totaling approximately (+/-) 190 acres up for public auction in Luzerne County – Plymouth Township, PA (Nanticoke area).

All parcels to be auctioned and sold as an ENTIRETY! 

 

Parcel 1 – 49-H8-00A-036 (+/-) 57.75 Acres – Zoned S-1R 

Parcel 2 – 49-H8-00B-113 (+/-) 117.212 Acres – Zoned S-1R

Parcel 3 – 49-H8-00B-109 (+/-) 5.135 Acres – Zoned R-1A 

Parcel 4 – 49-H8-00A-107 (+/-) 9.277 Acres – Zoned R-1A 

Parcel 5 – 49-H8-00B-104 (+/-) 0.798 Acres – Zoned R-1A

 

Please click on the “Documents” tab to view the following information: (1) Copy of Deeds (2) Luzerne County Map and Township Info (3) Plymouth Township Zoning Map and Permitted Uses

For any specific zoning questions please contact the Plymouth Township Zoning Office at 570.779.5388.  Mr. Ron Demchak – Zoning Officer

Property also consists of a ranch style home consisting of 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths.  Well and septic.  Electric heat.  Shingle roof.  Vinyl siding. 

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Deed copy 1

Deed Copy 1

Luzerne county - plymouth township info

Luzerne County - Plymouth Township Info

Luzerne county map

Luzerne County Map

A 10% deposit due on auction day.  Balance due in 60 days.  A 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to the final sale price to be paid by the Buyer(s).  Buyer’s Premium considered earned at the fall of the hammer.  Buyer(s) responsible for the 2% Pennsylvania transfer tax.  A copy of the Auction Sales Agreement is available upon request.

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