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Escape into the charming town of Centerville. This quaint 6,969 sq. ft. lot is surrounded by farmland on the well-established southern edge of Centerville. The property is equipped with a paved road and utilities, perfect to get you started on your dream home. The larger city of Des Moines is just 86 miles away. Residents to the area enjoy hunting, fishing and numerous festivals throughout the year. Whether you’re looking to settle down or simply invest, this is the deal for you!

  • Property Number: 10945
  • Size: 0.16 Acres
  • Dimensions: 50' x 140'
  • County: Appanoose
  • State: Iowa
  • Annual Taxes: $26.00
  • Farming Nearby
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  • Purchase Price: $4,697.00
  • Interest Rate: 9.7%
  • Loan Term: 3 years 6 months
  • Total Monthly Payment: $140.28

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  • Down Payment: $149.00
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $7.52
  • Total Due Today: $305.52

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  • Purchase Price: $4,697.00
  • Your Pay in Full Discount: -$939.40
  • Your Price Today: $3,757.60
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $7.52
  • Total Due Today: $3,914.12
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 341011014540000
  • Road Access: Paved Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: Lot 3 Block 2 in Stewart's Addition to the City of Centerville, Appanoose County Iowa.
  • Dimensions: 50' x 140'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: R (Residential)
  • Zoning Definition: R (Residential): This zone is designated for residential uses to include the building of a single or multi-family dwelling. This does include modular homes. Recreational vehicles are only permitted when a home is already established for storage purposes. The use of a recreational vehicle is limited to 2 weeks per county regulations. Lot Area, Width and Yard Requirements: The following minimum requirements shall be observed: 1. Lot Area Dwellings; same as specified in the “R” District. Other permitted uses listed in this Section: no minimum if public sewer and water is available, otherwise 8,500 square feet. 2. Lot Width Dwellings: same as specified in the “R” District. Other permitted uses listed this section: no minimum if public sewer and water is available, otherwise 75 feet. 3. Front Yard Depth All uses except residential uses as stated in Section 4 C-A-1 of this Article: seventy-five (75) feet. When fronting on the right-of-way of a street or road, the front yard shall be measured from the right-of-way line. 4. Side Yard Width Dwellings, or any building containing dwelling units: same as “R” District. None required for other uses listed in this section except when adjacent to an “R” District in which case not less than ten (10) feet. 5. Rear Yard Depth – Except residential uses: Thirty-five (35) feet.

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