Beaver Creek Valley Acreage
Bidding Closes December 22, 2021 - 10 AM CST
- CATTLEMEN - RECREATION
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LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Part of the SW¼ NE¼ of Section 24 - T2N - R24W Furnas County, NE
(Exact Legal Description and Acreage will be provided by Survey)
THE TRACT: A unique Furnas County, Nebraska acreage consisting of 8.5 Acres (+/-) on the Beaver Creek Valley which has exceptional numbers of trophy Whitetail Deer, Turkey and numerous other species of wildlife. This property consists primarily of desirable, productive Hord and Hobbs Silt Loam Soils. There is a Well with an electric submergible pump, a septic system that was installed in 2012 and a fish pond that can be filled with water. This tract has an excellent location for building a home or get-away cabin or make your own campground for hunting/recreational use with a view of the Beaver Creek Valley and convenient access.
FSA DATA: None
POSSESSION: Possession at Closing
2021 TAXES: $185.82 (Based on 2020 Tax Amount. 2021 Tax may be a Different Amount)
METHOD OF AUCTION: The Property will be Sold in 1 Tract, undivided.
SUBJECT TO: Existing fences, boundaries, covenants, easements, leases, oil and gas leases, if any, roads and railroads as the same may appear of record. All acre amounts are Estimates Only.
TERMS: The purchaser shall make a 20% earnest deposit the day of the auction by personal check, company check or wire transfer payable to Phelps County Title. The balance due at Closing on January 7, 2022. Possession on successful Closing. 2021 and prior years real estate taxes paid by Seller. Seller will convey a good and marketable Title to the Buyer evidenced by a policy of Title Insurance. Phelps County Title in Holdrege, NE shall conduct the Title and Escrow services. The cost of Title Insurance / Escrow Fee shall be divided equally among the Buyer and Seller. This property will not be sold subject to the Buyer obtaining financing to consummate the transaction. Buyers must have financial arrangements made prior to the auction. All of the property sells in “as is” condition, no warranties. The written purchase agreement, to be signed by the Seller and Buyer after the auction, is the sole and controlling document of this sale and supersedes any and all other terms whether verbal, written, expressed or implied and shall be the sole and controlling document for this real estate transaction. Prospective buyers should inspect the property and draw their own conclusions. Heartland Partners Realty & Auctioneers are agents representing the seller .