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0.61 acres | Commercial Zoning

Upstate New York has it all! It’s here where you’ll find the ideal land opportunity. This 26,571 sq. ft. parcel is located in the hamlet of Endwell, in the city of Union. This bustling community is steeped in recreational, historical, and educational activities. The property is zoned for commercial use only and is mostly flat. This property is in flood zone AE which means it has a 1% annual chance of flooding. With a paved road leading in, utilities available and being located inside this bustling city, the lot is the ideal location for your business. Seize this deal before it’s gone!

Land Specifics

Property Number 11039
Size 0.61 acres
Dimensions 256.38' x 137.23' x 151.08' x 104.72' x 60.41'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Commercial
Zoning Code General Commercial
Zoning Definition

General Commercial:
Property is gennerally intended to be used for commercial uses only. These include office buildings, light industrial buildings, and convenience stores. A conditional use permit would be needed to have this property be approved for residential uses.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Investment
Nearby Usage
  • Homesite
  • Waterfront

Location

County Broome
State New York
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 158.05 3 40
Estimated Annual Taxes $400.44
Legal Description

All that tract or parcel of land situate in the Town of Union, County of Broome and State of New York, in Wilsons Patent, so called and that part of the farm of the late Cornelius Mersereau, described as follows: Beginning at the south lineo f the main road (River Road) at a stone standing north 50 deg. 30' West 50 links from the Northwest corner of Van Wormer's dwelling house on the Lot hereby conveyed, and being the Northeast corner of a piece of land conveyed to said Van Wormer by Luther Davis by deed dated October 12, 1880 and recorded in Broome County Clerk's Office, in Book of Deeds No. 85, at page 131, and running thence in a Southeasterly direction, in a straight line, about chains and 42 links to a certain point, which is located one foot west of a certain apple tree standing nearly on Luther Davis's north line; thence North fifty-three degrees and forty-five minutes East (N 53 deg 45' E) being a continuation of the South line of said Van Wormer's said piece of land about nine and one half (9 1/2) rods to lands of Truman Willis; thence northerly along the west line of said Willis to said road; and thence Westerly along said road to the place of beginning. The parties of the second part of have and enjoy the privilege of taking water from the well on the land of S. Youngs VanWormer, in the manner provided in a deed from said VanWorner to one Nathaniel Lyke, so far as the provisions of said deed created an easement in favor of the premises hereby conveyed. Excepting and reserving from the above described premises all that tract or parcel of land appropriated by the People of the State of New York for the construction of the Endwell Grade Crossing, Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and Hooper Road Project, described as follows: All that piece or parcel of property hereinafter designated as Parcel No. 13 situate in the Town of Union, County of Broome, State of New York. Being part of the property designated as Lot No. 20 on detail Plate No. 3-J8 of the Broome County Tax Map, as shown on the accompanying map and described as follows: Parcel No. 13 Beginning at a point on the Southerly boundary of the existing River Road at its intersection with the division line between the property of Rose Pisani (reputed owner) on the Southwest and the property of Florence A. Selleck (reputed owner) on the Northeast, said point being 25 +/- feet distance Southerly measured at right angles, from station "A" 19+90+/- of the hereinafter described survey base line of the proposed construction of the E.G.C. Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and Hooper Road PSC 19345; thence Southeasterly along said division line 201 +/- feet to a point 223 feet distant Southeasterly measured at right angles from station "A" 20+20+/1 of said base line; thence N. 13deg 41' E 103+/1 feet to a point 133 feet distant Southerly measured at right angles from station "A" 20+/-76 of said base line; thence N. 12 deg 08'W 70+/- feet to a point on the division line between the property of Florence A. Selleck (reputed owner) on the Southwest and the property of Grace M. Morris (reputed owner) on the Northeast, the last mentioned point being 63.0 feet distant Southerly measured at right angles from station "A" 20+81+/- of the said base line; thence Northwesterly along the last mentioned division line 41+/- feet to its intersection with the Southerly boundary of said existing highway, the last mentioned point being 24+/- feet distant Southerly measured at right angles from station "A" 20+67+/- of said base line; thence Westerly along the last mentioned highway boundary 77 +/- feet to the point of beginning; being 0.262 acres more or less. The above mentioned survey base line is a portion of the survey base line for the said proposed construction of the E.G.C. Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and Hooper Road PSC 19345 County of Broome, as shown on a map and plan on file in the office of the State Department of Public Works and described as follows: Beginning at station 10+00.00 = "A" 15+97.27 thence No. 74 deg. 08'49"E 558.03 feet to station "A" 21+55.30. Said premises are conveyed to and accepted by parties of the second part subject to an Easement granted by Lydia B. Selleck and other previous owners to the Town of Union for and in behalf of the Endwell Sewer District, dated February 28th 1951, and recorded in the Broome County Clerk's Office in Book 794 of Deeds, at page 217, to which reference is hereby made for a complete description.

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