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#19629-141 -- State of Wisconsin, Department of Transportation -
Surplus Land Auction
- CLOSED -
August 12, 2019 Starting at 10:00am Central
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Final winning bids must obtain seller approval. The seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids when deemed as irregular or when not in the best interest of the Seller to accept. Bidders please read, understand and ask any questions prior to bidding. Title to be transferred by Quit Claim Deed upon full payment and approval from the Governorís Office (Approval may require up to 2 months 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 Trempealeau County Register of Deeds Office upon approval from Governorís Office.
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4.49 +/- Acre Vacant Wooded Parcel on Hogstad Rd & US Hwy 10, Osseo, WI
- School District:
Hogstad Rd, Osseo, WI 54758
- County Mapping:
Trempealeau County Mapping
- County Land Records:
Trempealeau County Land Records
Town of Sumner
- County Parcel Tax #:
Trempealeau Parcel # 026-00034-0000
4.49+/- acres or 195,656+/- sq. ft. (Note: The county lists the parcel as 9 acres - the WisDOT is retaining 4.51 +/- Acres as road right-of-way)
- Bid Approval:
Approval from Governorís Office may require up to 2 months from submittal. Payment required within 7 days of approval and/or notice of approval to buyer.
Exclusive Agricultural Ė 2 (EA2). 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.
- Type of Access to Property:
Buyer will need to work with the local municipality to obtain access via Hogstad Road. No right of access to USH 10. See page 2 of Quit Claim Deed for additional information.
- Structures On Property:
- Property Vacant:
- Property Clear of previous ownerís personal property:
No personal property on the parcel that Seller is aware of. If personal property remains, it is the buyerís responsibility to determine appropriate and legal disposition of personal property.
- Legal Description:
Part of the NE1/4-SW1/4, Section 1, Township 24N, Range 7W. Please see Quit Claim Deed for full legal description and restrictions.
- Supporting Documents:
Quit Claim Deed
- Title Type:
Quit Claim Deed
- Deed Transfer Fee:
Buyer pays $30 recording fee
- Title Transfer Terms:
Title to be transferred by Quit Claim Deed upon full payment of successful bid and approval from Governorís Office (Approval may require up to 2 months 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 Trempealeau County Register of Deeds Office upon approval from Governorís Office.
- Clear Title:
No abstract, title insurance or survey 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.
- Overall Condition:
Property is being sold ďas is.Ē It is the bidderís 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.
Ashley Seibel at 715-830-0544, ext. 205 or
- Real Estate Department, 718 W. Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire, WI 54701
Bidder inspections on your own during daylight hours from the roadway.
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