Mississippi Land 150' River Front Beautiful Lot In City Limits Walthall Bridge

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Seller: jennlee20174 (76) 100%, Location: Gulfport, Mississippi, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 312869341650 STOP !! READ THIS BEFORE BIDDING !!YOU ARE BIDDING ON THE DOWN PAYMENT OF A 150'X150' VACANT LOT .THE FINAL SELLING PRICE IS $7000.00 I WILL FINANCE WITH 0 INTEREST AND NO CREDIT CHECK .SIMPLY TAKE THE FINAL AMOUNT OF THE WINNING BID,SUBTRACT IT FROM $7000 AND DIVIDE BY 36 MONTHS IM WILLING TO FINANCE FOR AND THATS YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT . FOR EXAMPLE ,SAY THE FINAL BID IS $1000 ,SUBTRACT THAT FROM $7000 AND YOU HAVE $6000 ,DIVIDE THAT BY 36 AND YOU GET YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS OR $166 A MONTH FOR 36 MONTHS! or SAVE !! PAY A 1 TIME PAYMENT OF $5000 AND ITS YOURS FREE AND CLEAR .SIMPLY BID ON THE BUY IT NOW PRICE INSTEAD OF THE AUCTION SELLING A BEAUTIFUL ,150 ' X 150' RIVERFRONT LOT ,IN GREENWOOD MS.THE OLD DELTA TOWN OF GREENWOOD HAS 3 BRIDGES THAT CROSS THE YAZOO RIVER AS IT WINDS ITS WAY THROUGH GREENWOOD ,THE 3RD BRIDGE OR THE BRIDGE ON THE FAR EAST SIDE OF THE CITY.RIVER ,IS THE WALTHALL ST BRIDGE .THE LOT IS ONE LOT OR 150' EAST OF THE BASE OF THE WALTHALL ST BRIDGE ON ITS SOUTHERN END OF THE CITY. THE LOT IS AT THE END OF A ROAD THAT PARALLELS THE WALTHALL ST BRIDGE CALLED GEORGE ST .THE STREET ENDS AT A WALL WHERE THE POWER COMPANY HAVE THEIR EQUIPMENT AND THE POWER LINES CROSS THE RIVER ,THE LOT IS AT THE END OF THE ROAD AND TO THE LEFT OF THE POWER COMPANY AND THEIR LINES.IT STARTS ROUGHLY AT THE POWER POLE ON THE CORNER OF THE WALL/GEORGE ST AND ENDS 150' AT THE RIVERS EDGE .IT HAS 150' OF STUNNING RIVER FRONTAGE ,WITH CLEAR VIEWS OF THE BRIDGE AND THE GREEN ZONE PARK AREA ACROSS THE OTHER SIDE .ITS GOT SOME LARGE TREES ,NO STRUCTURES. THE BACK OF THE PROPERTY ADJOINS A SMALL RESIDENTIAL HOME .ON THE SOUTH SIDE AND ITS WEST SIDE IS SHARED WITH THE COMMERCIAL LOT BETWEEN IT AND THE BRIDGE .RIGHT NOW ITS ZONED RESIDENTIAL BUT FUTURE CITY PLANNING SHOWS IT BEING REZONED TO "MULTI USE" AS THEY PUMP MONEY INTO THE RIVER FRONT TO ENCOURAGE NEW BUSINESSES ETC.I SO NOT KNOW WHEN THAT MAY HAPPEN ,ITS SIMPLY ON THE CITIES WEBSITE.ID CONTACT THE CITY TO VERIFY WHAT ,IF ANYTHING ,THE PROPERTY COULD BE USED FOR.IF THEY ALLOWED IT ,IT WOULD MAKE A GREAT SPOT FOR AN ELEVATED RESTAURANT /BAR WITH A DOCK EXTENDING TO THE RIVER ,WHERE KAYAKERS AND BOATERS COULD PULL UP AND EAT AND DRINK AND OTHERS SIT OUTSIDE UNDER THE MASSIVE TREE CANOPY AND WATCH A FOOTBALL GAME IN SEASON OR JUST A GREAT LOCATION TO BUILD A HOME ON THE RIVER .YOUD WANT TO BUILD A SEAWALL AND BACK FILL THE LOT IN ORDER TO HOLD BACK THE YAZOO RIVER DURING TIMES OF FLOODING ,AGAIN ,IF ITS ALLOWED .YOUD NEED TO CONTACT THE CITY AND POSSIBLY THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS TO FIND OUT WHAT YOU CAN AND CANNOT DO .ALTHOUGH ,UNLIKE A LOT OF SELLERS,IVE BEEN TO THE LOT ,IVE ONLY BEEN THERE TWICE AND HAVNT TALKED TO ANYBODY ABOUT WHAT CAN AND CANNOT BE DONE WITH THE PROPERTY.ITS UP TO YOU TO DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE !!THE PICTURES SHOW THE LOT FROM THE BRIDGE ,(ITS ABOUT HALF OVER FROM THE BRIDGE AND ENDS AT THE POWER LINES) ,THEY SHOW THE OUTLINE OF THE LOT ,PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE LOT OF THE RIVER ,OF THE BRIDGE AND THE FRONT CORNER OF THE LOT LOOKING DOWN THE LOT LINES BETWEEN THE LOT AND THE POWER COMPANY ETC GREENWOOD IS A TOWN FULL OF HISTORY .IT HAS SEVERAL MUSEUMS ,,THE BLUES TRAIL COMES THROUGH IT .ITS ABOUT 96 MILES NORTH OF THE STATE CAPITAL OF JACKSON AND 130 MILES SOUTH OF MEMPHIS "Greenwood is a city in and the county seat of Leflore County, Mississippi,[3] located at the eastern edge of the Mississippi Delta, approximately 96 miles north of the state capital, Jackson, Mississippi, and 130 miles south of the riverport of Memphis, Tennessee. It was a center of cotton planter culture in the 19th century.""The flood plain of the Mississippi River has long been an area rich in vegetation and wildlife, fed by the Mississippi and its numerous tributaries. Long before Europeans migrated to America, the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian nations settled in the Delta's bottomlands and throughout what is now central Mississippi. They were descended from indigenous peoples who had lived in the area for thousands of years. The Mississippian culture had built earthwork mounds in this area and throughout the Mississippi Valley, beginning about 950 CE. Their culture thrived for hundreds of years.In the nineteenth century, the Five Civilized Tribes in the Southeast suffered increasing encroachment on their territory by European-American settlers from the United States. Under pressure from the United States government, in 1830 the Choctaw principal chief Greenwood LeFlore and other Choctaw leaders signed the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, ceding most of their remaining land to the United States in exchange for land in Indian Territory, what is now southeastern Oklahoma. The government opened the land for sale and settlement by European Americans. LeFlore came to regret his decision on land cession, saying in 1843 that he was "sorry to say that the benefits realized from [the treaty] by my people were by no means equal to what I had a right to expect, nor to what they were justly entitled."[4]The first Euro-American settlement on the banks of the Yazoo River was a trading post founded in 1834 by Colonel Dr. John J. Dilliard[5]:7 and known as Dilliard's Landing. The settlement had competition from Greenwood Leflore's rival landing called Point Leflore, located three miles up the Yazoo River. The rivalry ended when Captain James Dilliard donated parcels in exchange for a commitment from the townsmen to maintain an all-weather turnpike to the hill section to the east, along with a stagecoach road to the more established settlements to the northwest.[6]The settlement was incorporated as "Greenwood" in 1844, named after Chief Greenwood LeFlore. The success of the city, founded during a strong international demand for cotton, was based on its strategic location in the heart of the Delta: on the easternmost point of the alluvial plain, and astride the Tallahatchie and Yazoo rivers. The city served as a shipping point for cotton to major markets in New Orleans, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Memphis, Tennessee, and St. Louis, Missouri." https://www.google.com/maps/place/Walthall+St,+Greenwood,+MS+38930/@33.519705,-90.1859586,2375m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x862a6dd0540be58f:0x49c53ac0808255ab!8m2!3d33.5190459!4d-90.17979 Terms and Conditions: We charge $195 documentation fee for which we will prepare, notarize and send all the documentation to you ,we will record the deed for you if youd like for no extra charge .Seller makes no representation as to future prospects for increases in value of this property. All prospects buyers are urged to do their own due diligence to their own satisfaction prior to bidding on this property. All properties are sold in as is condition. We make no guarantee expressed or implied as to the location, condition, accessibility, terrain, build ability or information. please inspect the property in person before you bid. Do your due diligence. We purchases lots in bulk through FORECLOSURES,bank sales , tax sales etc.Taxes will be current when deed is sent to buyer.. Quit claim provided by seller , buyer can have a title search ,survey or any other due diligence at his /her own expense, please conduct all due diligence. Only bid if you have 10 or more positive feedbacks. any bidders with less, contact me or your bid will be deleted.thanks for bidding on our auction ,feel free to ask any questions youd like ,we will do our best to answer Property Address: 100 GEORGE ST, State/Province: Mississippi, Seller State of Residence: Mississippi, Zip/Postal Code: 38930, Zoning: Residential, City: GREENWOOD, Type: Homesite, Lot

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