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#20896B-141 - State of Wisconsin, Department of Transportation - Surplus Land Auction - PENDING APPROVAL - Ends: December 3, 2020 Starting at 10:00am Central

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15310821 01c.jpg11.81 +/- Acre Wooded Parcel with Utility Lines on the Chippewa River at State Hwy 10 and County Road P, Durand, WI
- Opening Bid: $20,000
- Address: USH 10 (north of CTH P), Durand, WI 54736
- County Mapping: Pepin County Mapping
- County Land Records: Pepin County Land Records
- Additional Files:
-- Flood Zone Map
-- Legal Description
-- Survey
-- Scenic Easement
-- Soil Map
-- Wetland Map
-- Zoning Information
- Municipality: Town of Waubeek
- County: Pepin
- County Parcel Tax #: Pepin County Parcel # 016-00427-0000
- Acres: 11.81 +/- Acres
- Lot Dimensions: See Survey
- Zoning: C-1, Conservancy District. Contact county and local zoning agencies for exact zoning, regulations and allowed uses. Bidders are warned not to assume you can build, change use or continue current use without researching with zoning agencies first. Property is sold in its current state and use any future uses are not implied or guaranteed.
- School District: Durand-Arkansaw
- Type of Access to Property: One driveway connection to the highway currently designated as USH 10/STH 25 from this parcel of land on the north side of said highway. The driveway connection is subject to the rules, regulations and permitting requirements of the driveway permitting authority. See page 2 of the Quit Claim Deed for additional information.
- Structures On Property: Utility lines - There is a Scenic Easement on apportion of the property along USH 10. Please see map and Scenic Easement documents for further information.
- Property Vacant: Yes
- Property Clear of previous owner’s personal property: No personal property on the parcel that WisDOT is aware of. If personal property remains, it is the buyer’s responsibility to determine appropriate and legal disposition of personal property.
- Legal Description: Part of the NW1/4-SW1/4, Section 21, Township 25N, Range 13W. Please see Quit Claim Deed for full legal description and restrictions.
- Title Type: Quit Claim Deed
- Deed Transfer Fee: $30 recording fee for recording Quit Claim Deed with Pepin County Register of Deeds Office. Seller will submit Quit Claim Deed for recording.
- Title Transfer Terms: Title to be transferred by Quit Claim Deed upon full payment of successful bid and approval from Governor’s Office (approval may require 4-8 weeks from submittal). Seller will send Closing Statement to buyer to sign and return prior submitting for Governor approval. Quit Claim Deed will be recorded at the Pepin County Register of Deeds Office upon approval from Governor’s Office.
- Clear Title: No abstract or title insurance will be provided by the seller.
- Estimated Yearly Taxes: Buyer responsible for all future real estate taxes. No prior taxes as State is tax exempt.
- Defects: The bidder is to be fully informed as to zoning ordinances, access, real estate tax rate, utility service, building codes, local municipal assessments, etc prior to bidding.
- Overall Condition: Property is being sold “as is”. It is the bidder’s responsibility to determine condition and any defects. Bidders are strongly encouraged to make personal inspection prior to bidding. Property is subject to all easements, right-of-way and restrictions of record, if any. WisDOT makes no representation or guarantee with respect to the use, condition or title of the property.
- County Contact: Seller Contact: Ashley Seibel at 715-830-0544, ext. 205 or Ashley.Seibel@dot.wi.gov - 1030 Oak Ridge Drive, Eau Claire, WI 54701
  • Inspections: Inspections on your own during daylight hours from the public roadway.
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    ZONING:
    -- Please check with the local municipality for exact uses allowed and to verify zoning.
    SCHOOL DISTRICT:
    -- Please check with local school district to verify.
    TITLE TRANSFER & ADDITIONAL TERMS:
    -- Title to be transferred by Quit Claim Deed upon full payment of successful bid and approval from Governor's Office (Approval may require 4 to 8 weeks from submittal). Seller will send Closing Statement to buyer to sign and return prior to submitting for Governor approval. Quit Claim Deed will be recorded at the Local County Register of Deeds Office upon approval from Governor's Office.

    -- Representations or statements regarding the property made by the Seller or any representative of the seller shall not be binding on the Seller or considered as ground for any claim for adjustment in, or recession of, the resulting sale of the parcel. The purchaser expressly waives any claim for adjustment or rescission based upon any such representation or statement.
    -- All properties will be sold subject to all easements, zoning ordinances or government regulations. Mineral rights, if held by the Seller, will be transferred with the Quit Claim Deed.
    ADDITIONAL FEES:
    -- The buyer must pay in addition to the final high bid an auction buyers fee (see below chart) and a $30.00 Deed Filing Fee.
    CONDITION:
    -- Property is being sold "As Is". It is the bidder's responsibility to determine condition and any defects. Bidders are strongly encouraged to make a personal inspection prior to bidding. Property is subject to all easements, right-of-way, and restrictions of record, if any. The Wisconsin Department of Transportationmakes no representation or guarantee with respect to the use, condition, title, access or occupancy of the property.
    PAYMENT TERMS:
    -- Buyer must make full payment (High Bid + Buyers Fee + Deed Filing Fees) no later than 7 days after seller approval. Payment will be paid to Wisconsin Surplus Online Auction in the form of Guaranteed Funds (Cashiers Check, Wire Transfer or Cash).
    POINTS OF EMPHASIS:
    -- Parcels may be subject to easements, mineral rights reservations, and adverse possession claims or occasionally other liens or encumbrances. Conveyance of parcels is by quit claim deed unless expressly identified otherwise.
    -- Although obtained from sources deemed reliable, all measurements, sizes or amounts stated are approximate and applicable building, use or zoning regulations are provided only to assist buyers in the investigation of the property. Buyers should investigate the condition of the property and explore all applicable regulations prior to sale date. Zoning classifications may be unique to each municipality or governing entity.
    -- The seller will convey property to purchaser by Quit Claim Deed. Seller is not obligated to provide a warranty deed for the transaction, nor is the seller providing an abstract for title insurance. Real estate taxes, will be established by the local assessor will accrue from date of purchase.
    -- Representations or statements regarding the property made by the seller or any representative of the seller shall not be binding on the Seller or considered as ground for any claim for adjustment in, or recession of, the resulting sale of the parcel. The purchaser expressly waives any claim for adjustment or rescission based upon any such representation or statement.
    -- The Seller does not warrant title to the parcels, and all conveyances are by quit claim deed. If you want to be certain of the status of the title to any parcel being sold, you should have an attorney or title company conduct an examination of the pertinent records for you.
    DISCLAIMER:
    -- It is the bidders full responsibility to verify all listing data prior to bidding. The above information has been supplied to WisconsinSurplus by the seller, WisconsinSurplus encourages all bidders to personally inspect properties of bidding interest. WisconsinSurplus is not responsible for incorrect listing information.
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