2.88 Acres of Land, City of Humboldt, SK - Lot 1602
40d 23h 15m 22s
(Ends 2/28/22 1:00 pm CST)
Subject to a $1,500.00 Buyers Fee.
Location: Humboldt, SK S0K 2A1 GPS Coordinates: 52.197456, -105.116607
Serial #: BLK/PAR B-PLAN AK2320 EXT 2
By Appointment Only, Please Contact the Real Estate Team at 1-306-271-1505
Terms and Conditions:
Buy Now will close on Monday, February 28, 2021.
1. Legal Fees are the responsibility of the respective party. Transfer Fees will be the responsibility of the Purchaser.
2. Upon agreement to Sell the Purchaser will be required to pay a deposit with Certified Funds to McDougall Auctioneers of 10% plus the Buyer's Fee and applicable taxes within 24 hours.
3. Remainder of funds and title transfer to occur within 21 Days of Sale Agreement.
Features and Specifications
Welcome to City of Humboldt. Humboldt is a city in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located 113 km east of Saskatoon at the junction of Highway 5 and Highway 20. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Humboldt No. 370. Humboldt is poised for a substantial growth over the next several years. Their skilled workforce supports a diversified regional economy which includes agriculture, mining, manufacturing, healthcare and retail services. They are dedicated to promoting a warm, welcoming and safe environment where everyone can participate in a large range of recreational activities regardless of age, ability, background and economic status.
This auction lot is for 2.88 Acres of Land in City of Humboldt, Saskatchewan.
2021 Taxes: $1505.11,
This is zoned: R3 or Cored Mixed Residential, suitable for residential and commercial use. Please see the attached zoning bylaws below for approved and discreationary uses.
Services ar located at the lot boundaries, so no issues in servicing the lot.
Developer will need to discuss and work with the City of Humboldt Public Works Dept to address Storm Water Management Strategy.
There is an informal road network along south side of property running east west.
Easements on Title:
SaskPower Easement, (likely for lines crossing the property, but additional clarification is being sought)
Planning and Development Easement: Greenspace deferral from previous subdivision (this will need to be addressed if the property is subdivided further in the future). Any further development or subdivision of this property may result in requiring the developer to enter into a servicing agreement with the City (or development levies being required). Developer will need to work with City Planning to determine appropriate measures at the time of development.