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Your dream property awaits in the great state of New York! This 19,602 sq. ft. parcel is a near half acre of lush New York land. Located on the outskirts of Gloversville in an up-and-coming area. There are several parks and schools nearby, perfect for families just starting out. Access to the property is nearby with the road ending about 175 feet from the property line. Just 8 miles from Great Sacandaga Lake and 49 miles from Albany. Don’t miss the chance to own a piece of New York land. Seize this deal today!

  • Property Number: 10890
  • Size: 0.43 Acres
  • Dimensions: 150' x 125'
  • County: Fulton
  • State: New York
  • Annual Taxes: $44.37
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  • Investment
  • Recreational Nearby
  • Timberland
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Finance Terms

  • Purchase Price: $9,897.00
  • Interest Rate: 9.7%
  • Loan Term: 6 years
  • Total Monthly Payment: $192.79

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  • Down Payment: $149.00
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $329.59
  • Total Due Today: $627.59

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  • Purchase Price: $9,897.00
  • Your Pay in Full Discount: -$1,979.40
  • Your Price Today: $7,917.60
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $329.59
  • Total Due Today: $8,396.19
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 149.5 17 3 AND 149.5 17 4 AND 149.5 17 5
  • Road Access: Access Nearby
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, if any, described on the Fulton County Tax Map as Section 149.5 Block 17 Parcel 5 formerly assessed to Mary Jaworski, commonly known as 49 Loucks Street, Gloversville New York AND ALSO land described on the Fulton County Tax Map as Section 149.5 Block 17 Parcel 4 formerly assessed to Mary Jaworski, commonly known as 51 Loucks Street, Gloversville, New York AND ALSO land described on the Fulton County Tax Map as sectoin 149.5 Block 17 Parcel 3 formerly assessed to James Piccione, commonly known as 53 Loucks Street, Gloversville, New York, all parcels situate, lying and being in the City of Gloversville, Fulton County, State of New York.
  • Dimensions: 150' x 125'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: R1 (Single Family Residential)
  • Zoning Definition: R1 (Single Family Residential): A single family home allowed per county zoning ordinance. Must follow setbacks and easements. Road must in place prior to building.

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