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Get away from the big city to this quiet suburban town about an hour from Raleigh. This lot is located in a nice area, with plenty of green space around. There is a neighborhood greenspace and walking pathway immediately behind this property, and the path crosses the back corner of the lot. The terrain here is flat and mostly grass covered with a few mature trees scattered around the edge of the land. If you are looking for a quiet escape in a nice area, then take a look at this.

  • Property Number: 10819
  • Size: 0.22 Acres
  • Dimensions: 70' x 131'
  • County: Wilson
  • State: North Carolina
  • Annual Taxes: $88.74
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  • Purchase Price: $3,097.00
  • Interest Rate: 9.7%
  • Loan Term: 2 years 6 months
  • Total Monthly Payment: $128.43

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  • Down Payment: $149.00
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $6.19
  • Total Due Today: $304.19

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  • Purchase Price: $3,097.00
  • Your Pay in Full Discount: -$619.40
  • Your Price Today: $2,477.60
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $6.19
  • Total Due Today: $2,632.79
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 3721 59 9859.000
  • Road Access: Paved Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: Parcel No. 10 adjoining lots of Short Barnes, SH Vick and Maggie mcGowan and obunded as follows - Beginning at the Southwestern corner of Short Barnes' lot on an alleyway, North and parallel with Green Street, and runs with Barnes' line in a Northeasterly direction 140 feet to Barnes' and Vick's line, thence corners and runs with Vick's line in a Southwesterly direction 70 feet to Maggie McGowan's line; thence corners and runs with maggie McGowan's line 140 feet said alleyway; thence runs with said alleyways to the beginning.
  • Dimensions: 70' x 131'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: GR6 (Medium Density Residential)
  • Zoning Definition: GR6 (Medium Density Residential) : The General Residential-Medium Density District is established as a predominantly residential district in which a primarily single family detached housing is configured on a network of pedestrian friendly-streets in walking/biking distance from mixed-use centers. County setbacks and easements vary in location, be sure to check with planning office.

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