Buildable Lot in Grabill Indiana

SELLS REGARDLESS OF PRICE! | 1ST LOT IN BAYSHORE HEIGHTS ADDITION | BETWEEN THE TOWNS OF GRABILL & LEO

12327 Bayshore Blvd., Grabill, Indiana 46741 United States

Monday, May 7th, 2018 @ 6:00 pm

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BUILDABLE LOT AUCTION

Great 125' x 175' buildable lot in Bayshore Heights Addition. 
SELLS ABSOLUTE, NO RESERVE, SELLS REGARDLESS OF PRICE!
Located between Leo & Grabill Indiana, this lot is the first lot on the right when entering the addition.
Great northeast location off Klopfenstein & Page Rd. (across from the Hurshtown Reservoir), you are less than 5min from both downtown Leo & Grabill. You are also approx. 20min from Parkview North and all the amenities off Dupont Rd.
TAXES: $66.28 (2017 p 2018)
Association Dues: $100.00 per year (lights, snow, common grounds)
Note: 1,600 square foot home minimum build (does not include garage in total SqFt)
 

Real Estate Terms

Buyer Brokers welcome (contact auctioneer for details). $6,000 down day of auction, balance on closing. Buyer(s) to pay winning accepted bid price plus a 2.5% buyers premium (2.5% of winning bid) due at closing. Property sold absolute, no reserve, sells regardless of price. Property sold as-is, where-is. Property sold for cash. (The sale of this property may be financed; however, the sale of this property IS NOT CONTINGENT to financing approval). The information stated in this brochure are the opinions of the sellers, Scheerer McCulloch Auctioneers, Inc. and its agents, however, the decision to bid on the real estate property is entirely up to the individual bidders based on their own individual inspections, research and opinions. All statements, measurements, zoning and tax information are from reliable sources, however, are not guaranteed to be accurate. Statements made day of auction takes precedence over any and all previous oral or written matter. Real estate closing within 21 days of auction. *Real estate taxes: Real estate tax information stated indicates what the current owner is required to pay and is merely a guideline (the new buyer’s real estate taxes may or may not be the same as what the current owners is required to pay). Real estate taxes prorated to date of closing.