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Nestled in the quaint countryside of Schuykill County, Pennsylvania you will find this 13,000 square foot lot located on Montana Drive. This property is flat and clear in the front and slopes upwards and is treed at the back. Power lines running along the street indicate access to power. There are scattered homes throughout the neighborhood with plenty of space in between them to give you privacy. Start enjoying all the natural beauty this property has to offer and invest today!

  • Property Number: 10664
  • Size: 0.30 Acres
  • Dimensions: 77.79' x 149.44' x 83.05' x 146.56'
  • County: Schuylkill
  • State: Pennsylvania
  • Home Owners Association: Lake Wynonah Property Owners Association
  • Annual Taxes: $115.12
  • Annual HOA Dues: $1,488.00
  • HOA Information: Lake Wynonah is a private, gated, lake community in Schuykill County, PA. It encompasses 1476 acres of gently rolling hills, 32 miles of hard-surfaced roads, and nearly 1300 homes. The crystal clear waters of Fawn Lake and Lake Wynonah form the centerpiece of this friendly community. HOA dues are $1200.00 a year in addition to a $288.00 a year water availability fee.
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 28 26 2154.000
  • Road Access: Paved Road
  • Slope Description: Rolling
  • Legal Description: ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT and Improvement assessed as UPI # 28-26-2154.000, situate at 2154 Montana Drive, Lake Wynonah, in the TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH MANHEIM, County of Schuylkill and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, described in a deed by which the Schuylkill County Tax Claim Bureau granted and conveyed to Terry Pummer, dated January 14, 2008 and recorded February 4, 2008 in the Schuylkill County Recorder of Deeds Office in Official Record Book 2290 at Page 694, together with all exceptions, reservations and covenants contained therein.
  • Dimensions: 77.79' x 149.44' x 83.05' x 146.56'
  • Zoning: Not Zoned / Unclasified
  • Zoning Code: Not Zoned
  • Zoning Definition: Schuylkill county does not zone for properties located out of major cities.

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