|10-1-11 Real Estate|
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
By Order of The Family Court of The State of Delaware
RE: Jennifer L. Turner v. Geno M. Turner
File # CS07-01365
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2011
Directions: 14323 Baker Mill Road, Seaford Delaware. Traveling South on US-113 in Georgetown, Delaware, turn right onto US-9 (West Market Street). Continue 6.5 miles and turn right onto SR-20 (Concord Road). Proceed 1.2 miles and turn right onto Pepper Road. Continue 3/10 mile and turn right onto Baker Mill Road. Follow 3/10 mile to property on the left. Signs will be posted.
Sussex County District Map Parcel # 2-31 18.00 22.02: This parcel of land measures approximately 150’ x 300’ and contains 1.03 acres +/- of land. It is improved with a custom designed, contemporary home that is approximately six years old and contains 3700 sq/ft +/-, with four bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, kitchen, dining room, living room, family room, den, study, library, laundry room, screened porch and attached two car garage. Amenities include modern appliances, Smarthome switches, keypads, intercom system, security system, ceiling fans throughout, wood and gas fireplaces, skylights, and many more modern conveniences. The home is equipped with heat pump, central air conditioning, electric hot water heater, architectural shingle roof, private well and LPP septic system.
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Terms: $25,000 deposit on day of sale with cash or certified funds payable to Dennis L. Schrader, Esquire, the balance to be paid within 45 days, with cash or certified funds. Trustee shall prepare and deliver the deed. Purchaser shall pay 3/4% and the seller shall pay 3/4% of the Delaware 1 ½% State Realty Transfer Tax. Property also subject to a 1 ½ % Sussex County Realty Transfer Tax, with 3/4% to be paid by the seller and 3/4% to be paid by the purchaser. Purchaser shall pay any and all other closing costs, property transfer tax and fees. If the above terms are not complied with, the down payment shall be forfeited. This property is being sold “As Is and Where Is” with no expressed or implied warranty. Announcements made the day of sale take precedence over any printed material. Sale is subject to confirmation on November 30, 2011, by the Family Court of the State of Delaware, in and for Sussex County. In the event the sale is not confirmed, all purchase funds, including the deposit, will be refunded to the buyer, except in the case of buyer default.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Any person or entity having a claim against either the real property, the Petitioner, Jennifer L. Turner, or Respondent, Geno M. Turner, must present their claim to the Trustee or file same with the Family Court, Sussex County, on or before October 15, 2011, or such claim will be deemed to have been abandoned.
Court Appointed Trustee:
Dennis L. Schrader, Esquire
107 West Market Street P.O. Box 690
Georgetown, DE 19947 - (302) 856-0015
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10-1-11 Deed Description
Sussex County District Map Parcel # 2-31 18.00 22.02
ALL THAT CERTAIN Lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in Nanticoke Hundred, Sussex County and State of Delaware, and being known as Lot 1 on a plot of lands of Samuel M. and Nancy J. Bramble, said plot dated January 31st, 1992 prepared by Miller-Lewis, Inc. and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, in and for Sussex County, at Georgetown, Delaware, in Plot Book 59, Page 242.
BEING a part of the same land conveyed unto Samuel M. Bramble and Nancy J. Bramble, his wife, by Deed of W. Evans Williams, Widow, dated March 6th, 1992, and filed for record in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, in and for Sussex County, at Georgetown, Delaware, in Deed Book NO. 1834, Page 1.
THIS conveyance is subject to all Restrictions of record in Deed Book No. 1834, Page 1.
THIS property is located in the vicinity of land used primarily for agricultural purposes on which normal agricultural uses and activities have been afforded the highest priority use status. It can be anticipated that such agricultural uses and activities may now or in the future involve noise, dust, manure and other odors, the use of agricultural chemical and nighttime farm operations. The use and enjoyment of this property is expressly conditioned on acceptance of any annoyance or inconvenience which may result from such normal agricultural uses and activities.