|General Information: PUBLIC AUCTION
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IMPROVED WITH RANCHER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 2016
The lot has 100 ft. of frontage on Hantwerker Drive and 107 ft. of frontage on Ellis Parkway, the southerly line of the lot being 125 ft. and the easterly line thereof being 135 ft., said lot of land being all of Lot 10, as shown and designated upon the maps of Delmar Manor (Sussex County Tax Map 5-32-20.15-73.00).
The property is improved with a ranch style home. The home consists of; attic for storage, 3 bedrooms, walk-in closet, lg. living room w/ bay window, family room w/ Fisher wood burning stove, kitchen w/ 3 year old appliances, utility room. Two bedrooms have hardwood floors, the remainder of the house has wall to wall carpet, there are 1 ½ baths. The home has electric baseboard heat, central air conditioning approx. 5 years old. The roof is approx. 5 years old. The home had new windows including the bay window installed in 2013 along with new vinyl siding.
The property also has a 12 ft. x 16 ft. barn style storage shed w/ cement floor and vinyl siding. This property is very well landscaped and has had several improvements done in the last 5 years. The home is ready to be moved into and is in the Delmar School District.
There will be 2 open houses of the property; Sunday, August 7 from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, August 14 from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. or by calling our office to schedule an appointment to inspect the property at 302-875-5261.
Terms, $10,000.00 down payment day of sale in the form of cash or cashier’s check, balance to be paid within 45 days when a good and sufficient deed will be given. Purchaser will pay cost of preparing and recording deed and any other cost that may occur. Buyer and Seller will equally share all state and county transfer taxes. A 3% buyer’s premium will be added to the purchase price of the property. The property is being sold “As Is” with no guarantees or warranties. Broker participation is being offered on this property, if a buyer pre-registers and is the successful bidder. The executor reserves the right to accept or reject or all bids, but it is his intent to sell said property to settle estate.