2 STORY HOME 

SOLD!!! $33,000

Real Estate Auction

745 East Market Street, Danville, PA 17821

Danville Boro • Montour County

SATURDAY, December 10th @ 12:00PM (Auction held on site)

 

  • Great Rental Property
  • Excellent Summer Hardwood Floors
  • Over 1,344 SqFt
  • 2% Realtor/Broker Participation Invited

Directions: From Danville, head southwest on Church Street, turn left onto E. Market Street, continue  to property location on left. Please watch for auction signs. 

PROPERTY DETAILS:

Address: 745 East Market Street, Danville, PA 17821

County: Montour

Township: Danville Boro.

School District: Danville

Deed: 404/0189

Parcel(s): 12-88-258

Acres: 35’x119’ Lot

HOME DETAILS:

Style: 2 Story

Age: Built circa 1906

Square Feet: 1,344

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 11⁄4

Heating: Natural Gas Hot Water

Water: Public

Hot Water: Propane

Sewer: Public

Electric: 100 amp

Exterior: Vinyl/Aluminum

Roof: Shingled/Metal

Foundation: Stone

Basement: Concrete Floor with Hot Water Heater, Furnace

Interior: Plaster, Carpet, Hardwood Floors, Vinyl

Kitchen Details: Vinyl Flooring, Large Pantry, Propane Stove, Refrigerator

OUTBUILDING DETAILS:

  • 124’x18” Wood Frame  Shed/Garage

* Information and data pulled from Columbia County Tax Card 

 

Realtor Participation: 2% paid to Realtor/ Broker who registers successful high bidder.

Registration: Any time or day prior to end of Auction .

Terms and Conditions: To be sold under owner’s immediate con rmation. $5,000 down in the form of cash, cashier or certi ed check, Dustin C. Snyder Escrow Account.

Contract: The successful high bidder
will be required to sign a contract of sale immediately upon the conclusion of the auction with the deposit acting as a down payment. Transfer tax to be split equally between buyer and seller.

Closing: Closing on or before 60 days.

Disclaimer: All information regarding the property for sale is from reliable sources,
but no warranty is made by the Seller or Auctioneer. Sold with clean clear title. All information conveyed at auction takes precedence over written and verbal previous information.