0.74 acres | Residential Zoning
This three quarter acre lot is in a nicely developed area of Lancaster, a town full of history and exciting events. Known as the “Red Rose City” because the red rose was the emblem of the House of Lancaster during England’s War of Roses and that is where the name came from. There are multiple historic parks and community attractions in the area including the Andrew Jackson State Park which holds many of the events year round. The area has many locally grown farmer’s markets open for quality produce, honey, molasses, and more. During the month of June they also hold a tour each weekend of the local farms in which you can see where your food comes from and enjoy music and art from residents in the area while you learn more about the rural lifestyle of this perfect little town.
|Dimensions||160' X 222' X 200' X 152'|
|Road Access||Paved Road|
|Slope Description||Mostly Flat|
|Zoning Code||MDR (Medium Density District)|
MDR (Medium Density District):
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|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||0080F 0B0 1200|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$183.22|
All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land, lying, being and situate approximately four (4) miles East of the City of Lancaster, in Antioch Community, Gills Creek Township, Lancaster County, South Carolina, and being shown, described and designated as Lot No. 101 as shown on plat of survey entitled 'Subdivision of William Harper' made by Paul Clark, RLS, in October and November 1964 as found recorded in the Register of deeds Office for Lancaster County, South Carolina, in Plat Book 16 at Page 146. Said subdivision is better known as Baker Place Subdivision. Reference to said plat is craved for a more minute description.
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|Loan Term||7 years|
|Total Monthly Payment||$269.44|
|Total Due Today:||$298.00|
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|Your Pay in Full Discount||-$2,999.40|
|Your Price Today||= $11,997.60|
|Document Fee||+ $149.00|
|Transfer Tax||+ $0.00|
|Total Due Today||$12,146.60|