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Minutes walk to PARK and ATV trails Susquehanna River

 

Location: Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania

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ATTENTION BIDDERS YOU ARE BIDDING ON the Right Side of DUPLEX (3 Bed 1 Bath)In Luzerne County PABid is for full purchase price. ( WINNING BID + $299 DEED RECORDING +2% tax = YOUR TOTAL COSTS )House address is: 164 E Main St, Glen Lyon, PA House is just over 2 hours from New York and New JerseyThe right side of the duplex is auctioned here and the left side is owned by someone else. This is a large duplex and it sits on 2,614 sq ft lot (0.06 acres). The house itself is about 1,600 sq ft. Taxes on the house are $785 per year and the house is not part of any development (no dues!). There is a church just across the street from the house. The house is located close to Poconos and only about 2 hours ride from New Jersey and New York. House is located 20 minutes from State Game Lands. House Description - I recommend you go look at the house before placing a bid. The backyard is large and long. As you can see in pictures you will need a dumpster to remove some of the clutter someone left behind. The house has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It also has an attic and a FULL basement as well. I took many pictures of the house for you to see. Floors in the house are solid and the basement is huge. There are close to 2,000 acres of Park one block away (about 2 minutes walking distance) behind the house. This green area behind the house has ATV trails and walking paths. - Central sewer- Parcel Size: Lot is 0.06 acres- Water : City water- Cable and Phone : Available on siteYou will receive Special Warranty Deed!Title will be delivered to the winning bidder free and clear of any and all liens, mortgages, back taxes and encumbrances of any kind (and all expenses are specified).House view from the streetHouse view from the backyard (abandoned vehicle comes with the house)Close view of the backyard House is highlighted (note the green area starts directly behind Engle St)3rd St and 2nd St allow easy ATV access to trails on the 2,000 acres green area.Picture taken of the side that you are bidding on (right side of the house)This is the church directly across the street from the houseLooking at the street from the porchLiving room Living roomThese are pictures of one of the 3 bedroomsPicture of another bedroomKitchen Stairs leading to the atticAtticBathroomStairs leading to the second floorHallway on the second floorIt seems that the electricity is may still be on This marina pictured bellow on Lake Wallenpaupack is 50 minutes ride from the house. Nearby Susquehanna River is know for very good catfish fishingHouse Taxes: Taxes are under $785 per year and are all paid in full for tax year 2017.Deed transfer Recording Fee: Winning bid plus $299 (Deed preparation and recording fee) plus 2% transfer tax is due on 3rd day after auction end. Copy of the deed along with a receipt from the recorder of deed's office will be sent to you for your records to the name and address you provide the same day deed is recorded and copy sent to your email. I will record the deed no later than on the 3rd day after payment clears.Method of payment: Cashier’s Check, Personal/Business Check, Wire Transfer, Money Order or cash are all acceptable. Winning bidder: Please send instructions on whose names will appear on deed, along with address and telephone number once you win the auction. Seller reserves the right to end the auction early if a reasonable offer is made. Buyer must do his own due diligence BEFORE placing a bid, not after. Although the information about this property is believed to be accurate, its accuracy or completeness cannot be guaranteed. For this reason we strongly recommend you look at the house before placing bid. We tried to describe the house to the best of our knowledge and used actual property pictures in this listing. The house is to be sold as is, where is. Sale is final. Non paying bidders will be liable for restocking fee of $500 and legal action will be taken against them with no exceptions. 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Jersey will give us a leg up, and I see our recovery happening quicker than the national averwimming, rafting, hunting, and camping - and some of the most beautiful vistas imaginable Duplex Multi Family Ocean Front Beach front best tax sale certificate foreclosure Lehigh Acres gold silver diamonds Hunting fishing hiking DC MD Lake Front Lake View Lakeview al river streams dAlabama AK Alaska AZ Arizona AR Arkansas CA California CO Colorado CT Connecticut DE Delaware FL Florida GA Georgia HI Hawaii ID Idaho IL Illinois IN Indiana IA Iowa KS Kansas KY Kentucky LA Louisiana ME Maine MD Maryland MA Massachusetts MI Michigan MN Minnesota MS Mississippi MO Missouri MT Montana NE Nebraska NV Nevada NH New Hampshire NJ New Jersey NM New Mexico NY New York NC North Carolina ND North Dakota Foreclosure $1 open bid House bar restaurant business for sale lake front home ocean front river front water front lake side sea side excellent investment lakefront home oceanfront riverfront waterfront lakeside seaside excellent investment top of the mountains seafront plenty of fish For Immediate Sale is a Truly Huge Property in one of the Poconos Best Locations. This property is located within the convenient South-Eastern Poconos, in , and right next to Shawnee Mountain Resort. The property is within an ideal location in the Poconos - It is situated very close to almost every local attraction and feature of the Poconos...and the property is just 2 Miles away from Both the Delaware Water Gap and New Jersey, with very easy access from Interstate 80, Route 611, and Route 209 This Rare Property has access off of , on , a quiet and tree lined back-road, with extremely easy access to the main roads & highways in the area. This property is truly for an outdoors lover. The property itself is lightly treed and very dry. This property has mixed terrain throughout it' immense area. This property is flat around the area of the road, for about half of its area and then rises up to the rear section of the property, where the slope levels out. The higher & largely flat areas of this property offer views of the surrounding Pocono Mountains, with seasonal views of the Delaware Water Gap in the background, providing for an absolutely stunning and pristine setting. There is a very small stream that follows down along the very edge of the property. There are no community restrictions no community dues, so what you do is up to you. Camping, hunting, b a g and more are all allowed. This property is extremely beautiful and, due to it' location, offers amazing peace and privacy, which is very hard to find in such a developed and inviting area large properties like this one have disappeared from the Poconos a long time ago...yet this one can still be your property has been perk tested & approved, which relieves any guess work about the property being buildable... This pr is buildable! Since the majority of the land is quite dry and firm, and the property is extremely large, there should be no problems at all finding the perfect building site. The fact that this property has a variety of terrains enables you to either build at the top sections, and have amazing & commanding views of the Delaware Water Gap and the surrounding Pocono mountains stretching all across the horizon, or to build at the bottom of the property in the tranquil forest towards the road, and take advantage of the peace & privacy towards the bottom of the hills as the property levels out, where nature is the only sound that disturbs the tranquility all around this beautiful area. The property's boundaries have been marked and flagged, and it has been professionally surveyed. The survey and all perc test documents will be included with the sale. This property has a very, very small cabin on it that has been unoccupied for quite some time, and is very run down. However, with some effort, it could be rehabbed or fixed up. Or just torn down, that much will be up to the buyer. This rare property is being sold as one parcel to offer an Extremely large & unique estate and to offer the buyer a very good deal, making it an extremely wise investment. Within Half a Mile, half acreproperties are selling for . This property is surrounded by many very nice homes all around this property, however, they are largely hidden and out of view, and none of them even come close to the size and beauty that this one property can offer Set before the rolling mountains of the Poconos in the distance, with all of thAe beauty and privacy that this Truly Rare property offers, here you can find the sense of peaceful reality that the Poconos has offered visitors and residents for well over a hundred years...in one of the Poconos' most alluring locations. This property is perfect for the nature lover or those that love the outdoors & will make for a great location for your future estate sitting atop the Pocono Mountains This Property is within one of the Poconos' Most Alluring Locations, in Shawnee Valley, right outside of Delaware Water Gap. There are numerous famous attractions and plenty of activities all within a five to ten minute drive, and Mount Nebo Park is almost right across the street from the property! Less than 2 miles away from this property, you will find excellent fishing, swimming, boating, rafting, fishing and much more in the pristine blue waters of the . You will also find all of the beauty of the historical Delaware Water Gap National Park, just a few short minutes away from the property,This area has many opulent homes easily valued at $250,000.00 and UP, with more on the way! Thi wonderful & convenient area is , and new businesses and new homes are continuing to choose this great location in the Poconos. And yes, a Super-Wawa is open2 miles from the property! This large property is one of a kind. Most homes in the Poconos are on an acre or less, and most large properties like this one have disappeared a long time ago. With an easy commute to the New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia areas, and easy access to all of Eastern Pennsylvania & New Jersey, this property is the perfect location for either a year-round residence, or vacation getaway. With very easy access from Route 209, Route 33, Interstate 80 and Interstate 476, this property has a GREAT location & is situated very close to almost every local attraction and feature of the Poconos. Yet this RARE property is still serene enough to permit the most beautiful & unspoiled vistas and sunsets from your very own peaceful & extremely private location atop the Pocono Mountains and all right Next to Everything the Poconos has to offer Overall, the economy and real estate market recently, and whether you may want to use this property in the near future, or hold onto it as an investment in the future, Now is the time for a great deal Is the most populated of the four Pocono Mountains counties and continues to expand at a surprising rate! Monroe County has been and continues to be the central area of growth and development within the four county Poconos Region, and beyond Monroe County is the Second Fastest Growing county within This area has given rise to some of the finest and most elaborate hotels, resorts and recreational areas in all of Pennsylvania. Monroe County in particular and the immediate area around the property is where almost EVERY major attraction and feature that the Greater Poconos is famous for is located. From extremely serene vistas and relaxing parks, to quiet mountain towns to Major resorts, attractions, and shopping centers, the areas around this property has it all - in Every Direction! Due to this area's incredible convenience and attractions the central region of growth and investment in the Pocono region & beyond...even with the recent economy, this area is still booming There are counties in Pennsylvania that are not growing...We’re on the of that coin,” and Monroe County has MORE than double the national average in population growth, and investment in the area continues, despite the current economy, including a brand new local cn the area, a brand , an expansion in shopping areas , and With the proposed from the Poconos to New Jersey and New York of this property, any commute or NY City trip wil and quicker. With the arrival of Gambling in the area, the plans for a Poconos to New York rail line are . The casinos' support is finally putting the rail project on the fast track, especially with , cooperation New Jersey! Plans for the New Rail-line are for a number of reasons, and are being fully supported among local, state office unique property will only because it is in a truly excellent area, surrounded by pristine beauty and IMMENSE opportunities While numerous major attractions are within a five to ten minute drive, this RARE buildable property is EXTREMELY serene & beautiful, complimented by the natural beauty & extreme peace & privacy of the area The Senior VP of Wilkins & Associates said that "We don't feel it's going to drop any re," , adding that the average sale prices for homes sold in his company have actually during the last few months... He continued, saying "I have not been this excited coming into a new year for the past four or five years. You can see the light at the end of the tunnel." While the stock market fluctuates nearly every day, the real estate market, Ea in the Poconos, is Despit the downturn, the Poconos "still have a lot of positive things in our area. Our location and proximity to New York and northern Jersey will give us a leg up, and I see our recovery happening quicker than the national average,” ...Recently, has ranked North-Eastern Pennsylvania as the in the Entire Nation The population of the Monroe County shot up 45% during the 1990s, and it will "without a doubt" be added to the sprawling New York City metro area, a demographer a. In Monroe County, the population grew by nearly 30,000 - 20 percent - between 2000 and 2008, which is more than and the trend continues even today Monroe County's population is by over 73% over the next two decades, according to t State Data Center Estate in the Poconos Area ...due to it' quality of life and it's convenient location. "The greater New York area, which includes all of New Jersey and eastern PA, has enjoyed a tremendous run in home prices," with National City Corp, and the trend will The prime development areas within the Poconos have actually been. While the economy has effected every area of the nation, businesses and attractions within the immediate areas around this property are still expanding, including , the , more...including a for The Shawnee Ski Resort & W, UNDER a mile away in the A MASSIVE New Resort Is Being Planned In the Area! Senior VP of Wilkins & Associates said that "We don't feel it's going to drop a more," , adding that the average sale prices for homes sold in his company have actually during the last few months... He continued, saying "I have not been this excited coming into a new year for the past four or five years. You can see the light at the end of the tunnel." While the stock market fluctuates nearly every day, the real estate market, E in the Poconos, is De the downturn, the Poconos "still lot of positive things in our area. Our location and proximity to New York and northern Jersey will give us a leg up, and I see our recovery happening quicker than the national average,” JUST down the road from this property is the both the Delaware Water Gap, and The Delaware Water Gap National Park, for almost any recreational desires you may have, such as hiking, skiing, swimming, rafting, hunting, and camping - and some of the most beautiful vistas imaginable Duplex Multi Family Ocean Front Beach front best tax sale certificate foreclosure Lehigh Acres gold silver diamonds Hunting fishing hiking DC MD Lake Front Lake View Lakeview al river streams department of treasury timeshare hunting gameland department of treasury timeshare hunting gameland The list of best-selling music artists includes artists with claims of 75 million or more record sales in multiple third-party reliable sources. The claimed sales figures and the total certified sales figures (for each country) within the provided sources include sales of albums, singles, compilation-albums, music videos as well as downloads of singles and full-length albums. The artists in the following tables are listed with both their claimed and certified sales figures and are ranked in descending order, with the highest claimed sales at the top. Artists with the same claimed sales are then ranked by certified units. Sales figures, such as those from Soundscan, which are sometimes published by Billboardmagazine, have not been included in the certified units column. Currently, The Beatles are listed at the top of the list as they are considered the highest-selling band based both on sales claims and certified units. Elvis Presley, who is listed the second on the list is considered the highest-selling individual artist based both on sales claims and certified units. All artists included on this list, which have begun charting on official albums/singles charts have their available claimed figure(s) supported by at least 20% in certified units. That is why Cliff Richard, Diana Ross, Modern Talking, Charles Aznavour, Bing Crosby, Nana Mouskouri, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Tom Jones, The Jackson 5, Dionne Warwick, The Andrews Sisters, Luciano Pavarotti and others have not been included on this list. The percentage amount of certified sales needed increases the newer the artist is, meaning, artists such as Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga are expected to have their claimed figures supported by over 60% in certified units. The certified units are sourced from available online databases of local music industry associations. Note that all certified units are converted from Gold/Platinum/Diamond certification awards based on criteria provided by certifying bodies.The requirements of certified sales are designed to avoid inflated sales figures, which are frequently practiced by record companies for promotional purposes. The claimed figures are sourced to articles that use the term records (singles, albums, videos) and not albums. However, if all available sources for an artist/band say albums, such sources can only be used if the certified album units of the said artist meet the required percentage amount. Note that this list uses claimed figures that are closer to artists' available certified sales. In other words, inflated claimed figures that will meet the required certified sales amount but are unrealistically high from available certified sales, will not be used Morpheus Maundy irony nostalgia pedantic Maundy Thursday fascism biweekly synonym sex culture comradery bigot empathy holistic criterion integrity transcendent paradigm intrinsic pronunciation ensure visceral vis-à-vis pragmatic fascism nostalgia gest culture irony pedanticbigot Human sexuality has biological, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects. The biological aspect of sexuality refers to the reproductive mechanism as well as the basic biological drive, libido, that exists in all species, which is strongly influenced by hormonal levels. The emotional or physical aspect of sexuality refers to the bond that arises between individuals, and is manifested physically or through emotions such as love, trust and caring. There is also a spiritual aspect of sexuality of an individual or as a connection with others. Experience has shown that adolescents are curious about aspects of their sexuality as well as the nature of sexuality in general, and that many will seek to experience their sexuality in some way. Traditionally, adolescents in many cultures were not given any information on sexual matters, with discussion of these issues being considered taboo. Such instruction as was given was traditionally left to a child's parents, and often this was put off until just before a child's marriage. The progressive education movement of the late 19th century, however, led to the introduction of "social hygiene" in North American school curricula and the advent of school-based sex education.[1] Despite early inroads of school-based sex education, most of the information on sexual matters in the mid-20th century was obtained informally from friends and the media, and much of this information was deficient or doubtful value, especially during the period following puberty when curiosity of sexual matters was the most acute. This deficiency became increasingly evident by the increasing incidence of teenage pregnancies, especially in Western countries after the 1960s. As part of each country's efforts to reduce such pregnancies, programs of sex education were instituted, initially over strong opposition from parent and religious groups. The outbreak of AIDS has given a new sense of urgency to sex education. In many African countries, where AIDS is at epidemic levels (see HIV/AIDS in Africa), sex education is seen by most scientists as a vital public health strategy.[2] Some international organizations such as Planned Parenthood consider that broad sex education programs have global benefits, such as controlling the risk of overpopulation and the advancement of women's rights (see also reproductive rights). The use of mass media campaigns, however, has sometimes resulted in high levels of "awareness" coupled with essentially superficial knowledge of HIV transmission. According to SIECUS, the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States, 93% of adults they surveyed support sexuality education in high school and 84% support it in junior high school.[4][dated info] In fact, 88% of parents of junior high school students and 80% of parents of high school students believe that sex education in school makes it easier for them to talk to their adolescents about sex.[5] Also, 92% of adolescents report that they want both to talk to their parents about sex and to have comprehensive in-school sex education.[6] Furthermore, a "...study, conducted by Mathematica Policy Research Inc. on behalf of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, found that abstinence-only-until-marriage programs are ineffective. Almost all U.S. students receive some form of sex education at least once between grades 7 and 12; many schools begin addressing some topics in grades 5 or 6.[53] However, what students learn varies widely, because curriculum decisions are so decentralized. Many states have laws governing what is taught in sex education classes and contain provisions to allow parents to opt out. Some state laws leave curriculum decisions to individual school districts. For example, a 1999 study by the Guttmacher Institute found that most U.S. sex education courses in grades 7 through 12 cover puberty, HIV, STIs, abstinence, implications of teenage pregnancy, and how to resist peer pressure. Other studied topics, such as methods of birth control and infection prevention, sexual orientation, sexual abuse, and factual and ethical information about abortion, varied more widely. Only two forms of sex education are taught in American schools: "abstinence plus" and "abstinence-only".[56] "Abstinence plus" (also known as comprehensive sex ed) covers abstinence as a positive choice, but also teaches about contraception and the avoidance of STIs when sexually active. A 2002 study conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 58% of secondary school principals describe their sex education curriculum as "abstinence plus". Abstinence-only sex education tells teenagers that they should be sexually abstinent until marriage and does not provide information about contraception. In the Kaiser study, 34% of high-school principals said their school's main message was abstinence-only. The difference between these two approaches, and their impact on teen behavior, remains a controversial subject. In the U.S., teenage birth rates had been dropping since 1991, but a 2007 report showed a 3% increase from 2005 to 2006.[57][dead link] From 1991 to 2005, the percentage of teens reporting that they had ever had sex or were currently sexually active showed small declines.[58] However, the U.S. still has the highest teen birth rate and one of the highest rates of STIs among teens in the industrialized world.[59] Public opinion polls conducted over the years have found that the vast majority of Americans favor broader sex education programs over those that teach only abstinence, although abstinence educators recently published poll data with the opposite conclusion. Proponents of comprehensive sex education, which include the American Psychological Association,[63][dead link] the American Medical Association,[64][dead link] the National Association of School Psychologists,[65][dead link] the American Academy of Pediatrics,[66] the American Public Health Association,[67] the Society for Adolescent Medicine[68] and the American College Health Association,[68][dead link] argue that sexual behavior after puberty is a given, and it is therefore crucial to provide information about the risks and how they can be minimized; they also claim that denying teens such factual information leads to unwanted pregnancies and STIs. On the other hand, proponents of abstinence-only sex education object to curricula that fail to teach their standard of moral behavior; they maintain that a morality which is based on sex only within the bounds of marriage is "healthy and constructive" and that value-free knowledge of the body may lead to immoral, unhealthy, and harmful practices. Within the last decade, the federal government has encouraged abstinence-only education by steering over a billion dollars to such programs.[69] Some 25 states now decline the funding so that they can continue to teach comprehensive sex education.[70][71][dead link][72][73] Funding for one of the federal government's two main abstinence-only funding programs, Title V, was extended only until December 31, 2007; Congress is debating whether to continue it past that date. The impact of the rise in abstinence-only education remains a question. To date, no published studies of abstinence-only programs have found consistent and significant program effects on delaying the onset of intercourse.[59] In 2007, a study ordered by the U.S. Congress found that middle school students who took part in abstinence-only sex education programs were just as likely to have sex (and use contraception) in their teenage years as those who did not.[75] Abstinence-only advocates claimed that the study was flawed because it was too narrow and began when abstinence-only curricula were in their infancy, and that other studies have demonstrated positive effects There has also been some debate about whether LGBT issues should be included in school sex education programs. Proponents of LGBT sex education argue that encompassing homosexuality into the curricula would provide LGBT students with the sexual health information they need,[8] and help to ameliorate problems such as low self-esteem and depression that research[who?] has shown can be present in LGBT individuals.[9] They also claim that it could reduce homophobic bullying.[9][10] Opponents often argue that teaching LGBT sex education would be disrespectful to some religions[11] and expose students to inappropriate topics.[12] They say that including homosexuality in the curriculum would violate parents’ rights to control what their children are exposed to and that schools should not inflict a particular political view on students.[13] Currently, many sex education curricula do not include LGBT topics and research[who?] has reported that students often feel that they do not receive adequate instruction in LGBT Carrie’s Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise to Pepsi’s Test Drive, which scared the life out of a car salesman – came courtesy of brands. 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After all, who doesn’t love a good whiteboard session Located in the heart of the Honey Lake Valley on the Nevada/California border, this beautiful 160 acres is surrounded by incredible recreation and solitude -- including land owned by the Bureau of Land Management (from where you can also adopt virtually-free mustangs and horses for your stables: http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/whbprogram.html ). Several cities are close, including Reno, Nevada and Lake Tahoe. As a matter of fact, 3 beautiful lakes are in the area, including the world famous Lake Tahoe to the south. The city of Herlong, California, is only 13 miles from the property heading towards the main Highway US 395. Whether you are coming or you are going from the property, you will always have the ability to stop in town for gas, groceries, restaurants and lodging. Easy access and close proximity to services makes this an incredible investment. The California border is just 1.5 miles away. Honey Lake is only 23 miles to the west and the extraordinary Pyramid Lake is only 18 miles to the east. Fishing, hunting, mountain biking, hiking, bird watching and exploring are ultra plentiful in these areas. Western land for sale at its finest.Pyramid Lake, a few miles to your east, is a real gem and is unspoiled by civilization. The lake -- home to the Lahontan cutthroat trout (the world record cutthroat trout was caught right there in Pyramid Lake) -- is totally within the Paiute Indian reservation and is therefore untouched and unspoiled. Lots of secluded beaches with an incredible landscape. Venture beyond the paved road and find your own beach. Own this fabulous western land in Washoe County right on the California border and still enjoy all of the benefits of being located in the State of Nevada. Many people relocate (or just want to have an “address”) in Nevada due to the fact there is no personal or corporate income tax, no inheritance or gift tax, estate tax, and extremely low property tax. Nevada is the fastest growing state in the U.S. for the last fifteen years and superior land investments are becoming scarce. If the several “small town” cities that are located within 10 miles of your ranch land are not enough for you, take a beautiful drive down Highway 395 or around Pyramid Lake to Reno/Sparks, Nevada, just 45 miles to the south. Everything you could want is here from shopping, sight seeing, casinos and night life. Within an hour’s drive, there are 15 ski resorts, 50 golf courses, Lake Tahoe, the state capital Carson City, Nevada. Reno truly is “The Biggest Little City in the World.”And LAKE TAHOE is just 70 miles away! This land just keeps getting better. Lake Tahoe, which has great skiing in the winter, wonderful boating, camping and hiking in the summer, and casinos and entertainment all year long, is only 70 miles from your private 160 acres. The Lake is known for the clarity of its water -- it is the largest Alpine lake in North America -- and the Panorama of the surrounding mountains on all sides. The lake measures 22 miles long and 12 miles wide with 72 miles of beautiful shoreline. Ever been in two states at the same time? The California/Nevada state line carves a line through Crystal Bay and you can actually swim from one state to the other in the Cal-Neva Resort’s swimming pool. In the winter you have world class skiing at Squaw Valley (hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics), Heavenly Mountain Resort, Alpine Meadows, Diamond Peak, Northstar at Tahoe, Kirkwood Mountain Resort (gets the most snow), Sierra-at-Tahoe, Boreal Mountain Resort, Sugar Bowl Ski Resort, Donner Ski Resort, Homewood Mountain Resort, Mount Rose Ski Resort, to name a few. With all of this AND NO STATE INCOME TAX and INCREDIBLY LOW Property Taxes of just $98.30 A YEAR (!!), you can see why the world's richest man Howard Hughes owned this property (Yes! Howard Hughes owned this 160 acre plot of land; see picture of deed)! (Think of the cache that will carry whether picking up members of the opposite sex or just bragging down at the lodge or just hanging his prior ownership deed on the wall in your den!) So, here is your chance to own a piece of history! Prepare to indulge yourself with the endless opportunities that Lakeview has to offer. Begin your adventure by taking advantage of the many available activities: white-water rafting and pontoon boating, winery tours, rock climbing, and cave exploration. The property boasts two of the top 100 golf courses in the United States. The Lakeview Course received a four-star rating from Golf Digest. Take advantage of the fitness complex with its aerobics classes and basketball, tennis, and raquetball. Enjoy tanning beds, whirlpools, and swim lessons. Spa Roma is top-notch. Prepare to indulge yourself with the endless opportunities that Lakeview has to offer. Begin your adventure by taking advantage of the many available activities: white-water rafting and pontoon boating, winery tours, rock climbing, and cave exploration. The property boasts two of the top 100 golf courses in the United States. The Lakeview Course received a four-star rating from Golf Digest. Take advantage of the fitness complex with its aerobics classes and basketball, tennis, and raquetball. Enjoy tanning beds, whirlpools, and swim lessons. Spa Roma is top-notch AN UNDIVIDED ONE-FIFTY-SECOND (1/52) INTEREST subject to the restrictions and limitations hereinafter contained, in and to TOWNHOUSE LOT NO 68, OF PHASE II of Lakeview Resort Club, as the same is laid down and designated upon a plat thereof, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Monongalia County, West Virginia, in Map Cabinet Envelope No. 1, EnvelopeNo. 144-B and Map Cabinet No. 2, Envelope No. 320-A.Being a part of that same property by deed recorded October 10, 2012 in the Clerk’s Office in Instrument No. 475113, to which said plat and deed reference in here made for all pertinent purposes, that was granted and conveyed to the Grantors herein. Together with the right of ingress, egress and regress, over and upon the streets, roads and access easements as designated, upon the aforesaid plat, and those certain private, non-exclusive easements as were conveyed as appurtenant to the aforesaid 9.71 acre parcel by Lakeview of Rochester, Inc. in the aforesaid deed, and by the Agreement dated the 3rd day of July, 1983, and recorded in the aforesaid county Clerk’s Office in Deed Nook No. 882, at Page 640 with the non-exclusive right of use of the water lines and the sanitary sewer lines servicing the aforesaid townhouse as the same are designated upon the aforesaid plats of Phase II, and the right of use of Lakeview of Rochester, Inc.’s interceptor sewer line as granted to the Grantor by Lakeview of Rochester, Inc., in the aforesaid conveyance recorded in Deed Book No. 882, at Page 94. Subject to a limitation as to use, by the said Grantees and the Grantees’ heirs, successors and assigns, of in and to that certain Unit Week, to-wit: Unit Week No. 11, of said Townhouse Lot, as herein conveyed, from 3:00 o’clock P.M. on the first day to 3:00 o’clock P.M. on the last day of the Unit Week hereby assigned to the said Grantees, as said Restrictions and Protective covenants for Phase II of Lakeview Resort Club, recorded as hereinafter set forth, which Limitation of use shall terminate on the first Sunday of the year 2044, as is provided for in the aforesaid Declaration of Restrictions and Protective Covenants, dated the 30th day of June, 1983, and recorded in the aforesaid County Clerk’s Office in Deed Book No. 883, at Page 382. Subject to the rights-of-way and easements as are designated upon the plat of Phase II of Lakeview Resort Club, as recorded in the aforesaid County Clerks Office in Map Cabinet Envelop No. 320A. The benefits and obligations hereunder shall, by acceptance of this Deed, inure to and be binding upon the Grantees, the Grantees’ heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, as part of the consideration for the sale and transfer of the hereinbefore described real estate. This conveyance is made subject to all exceptions, reservations, rights-of-way, easements, charges, protective covenants and other conditions and restrictions as made and imposed upon the real estate herein described and conveyed by the Grantor herein or their predecessors in title. The real estate herein described and conveyed is assessed for the year 1983, upon the Land Books of Union District, Monongalia County, West Virginia, as part of the The longest follow-up to date of active surveillance in patients with favorable or intermediate-risk prostate cancer shows that it is a safe and feasible approach for as long as 20 years after diagnosis. Men in the study cohort had early-stage disease and were managed with surveillance; they were treated only if there were signs of disease progression. Up to 20 years after diagnosis, 1.5% of the 993 men had died, and 3.1% had developed metastatic disease. In addition, death was 10 times more likely from other causes than from prostate cancer, reported Laurie Klotz, MD, from the Sunnybrook Research Institute in Toronto. "This is the longest, most mature follow-up with the explicit strategy of conservative management and selective delayed intervention," he told Medscape Medical News. "Even at 15 to 20 years, the prostate cancer mortality rate is really very low, you've avoided treatment in the majority of patients, and even the ones treated late still had a long period of normal quality of life before they had treatment." Dr. Klotz presented the results here at the European Association of Urology 29th Annual Congress. At 5, 10,15, and 20 years after diagnosis, 75.7%, 63.5%, 55.0%, and 55.0% of patients, respectively, remain untreated and on active surveillance. During the follow-up period, 15 died from prostate cancer and 7 developed metastatic disease. Results Are Now "Slightly More Sobering" The prospective single-group cohort study enrolled men (median age, 69 years) with histologically confirmed prostate adenocarcinoma who had undergone no previous treatment. Definitive intervention was offered to patients if they had a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) doubling time of less than 3 years, Gleason score progression (to 4 + 3 or greater), or unequivocal evidence (including MRI) of clinical progression. The remaining 993 patients were followed with active surveillance. In an earlier follow-up of the patients, at a median of 6.8 years after enrollment, only 5 subjects had died of prostate cancer — all of them fairly early into their surveillance (J Clin Oncol. 2010;28:126-131). In all 5, it looked like their disease "wasn't preventable with earlier treatment," said Dr. Klotz. "But now it's slightly more sobering. We're starting to see some deaths in patients who have actually developed their metastases late. Perhaps if they'd been treated a decade before, they might have been cured." "The devil is really going to be in the details about these men who progressed," said session chair Matthew Cooperberg, MD, MPH, associate professor and chair of urology at the University of California, San Francisco. "The question is how many men died of prostate cancer because they went on active surveillance instead of getting immediate treatment. The answer to that question is always going to be greater than 0," Dr. Cooperberg explained. "However, we all think that it's very, very, very low; it's far lower, most likely, than the number of men who are harmed or potentially harmed from overtreatment for low-risk disease." A similar sentiment was expressed by Chris Bangma, MD, PhD, professor and chair of urology at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Dr. Bangma is a principal investigator of the ongoing Prostate Cancer Research International: Active Surveillance (PRIAS) study, the largest worldwide prospective active surveillance study. "How do these survival results compare with the curative treatment that patients would have otherwise received if active surveillance did not exist? We do not know yet whether the active surveillance mortality numbers in the study by Dr. Klotz's team are comparable with those in radical prostatectomy studies," Dr. Bangma told Medscape Medical News. However, "it's my expectation that the study numbers will be far below those in the radical prostatectomy series, because the patients have been selected as having very low risk." At this stage, active surveillance "is a treatment approach in evolution," said Dr. Klotz. Research continues into how to refine the parameters for triggering intervention. "We've shifted to a more MRI-based evaluation of patients, which I think in the long run is going to change the shape of the time-to-treatment curve," he said. "When something doesn't seem right — either a patient has a short [PSA] doubling time or some small amount of Gleason pattern. Scientists have sequenced the genome of the world's oldest continuously surviving cancer, a transmissible genital cancer that affects dogs. This cancer, which causes grotesque genital tumors in dogs around the world, first arose in a single dog that lived about 11,000 years ago. The cancer survived after the death of this dog by the transfer of its cancer cells to other dogs during mating. The genome of this 11,000-year-old cancer carries about two million mutations -- many more mutations than are found in most human cancers, the majority of which have between 1,000 and 5,000 mutations. The team used one type of mutation, known to accumulate steadily over time as a "molecular clock," to estimate that the cancer first arose 11,000 years ago. The genome of this remarkable long-lived cancer has demonstrated that, given the right conditions, cancers can continue to survive for more than 10,000 years despite the accumulation of millions of mutations," says Dr Elizabeth Murchison, first author from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the University of Cambridge. The genome of the transmissible dog cancer still harbors the genetic variants of the individual dog that first gave rise to the cancer 11,000 years ago. Analysis of these genetic variants revealed that this dog may have resembled an Alaskan Malamute or Husky. It probably had a short, straight coat that was colored either grey/brown or black. Its genetic sequence could not determine if this dog was a male or a female, but did indicate that it was a relatively inbred individual. We do not know why this particular individual gave rise to a transmissible cancer," says Dr Murchison, "But it is fascinating to look back in time and reconstruct the identity of this ancient dog whose genome is still alive today in the cells of the cancer that it spawned." Transmissible dog cancer is a common disease found in dogs around the world today. The genome sequence has helped scientists to further understand how this disease has spread. The patterns of genetic variants in tumors from different continents suggested that the cancer existed in one isolated population of dogs for most of its history," says Dr Murchison. "It spread around the world within the last 500 years, possibly carried by dogs accompanying seafarers on their global explorations during the dawn of the age of exploration." Transmissible cancers are extremely rare in nature. Cancers, in humans and animals, arise when a single cell in the body acquires mutations that cause it to produce more copies of itself. Cancer cells often spread to different parts of the body in a process known as metastasis. However, it is very rare for cancer cells to leave the bodies of their original hosts and to spread to other individuals. Apart from the dog transmissible cancer, the only other known naturally occurring transmissible cancer is an aggressive transmissible facial cancer in Tasmanian devils that is spread by biting. "The genome of the transmissible dog cancer will help us to understand the processes that allow cancers to become transmissible," says Professor Sir Mike Stratton, senior author and Director of the Sanger Institute. "Although transmissible cancers are very rare, we should be prepared in case such a disease emerged in humans or other animals. Furthermore, studying the evolution of this ancient cancer can help us to understand factors driving cancer evolution more generally." Last week, U.S. News ran a rather sensational cover story on teen-age sex, making what I think is the mistake of treating teen-age sex as something novel or unnatural. Teen-agers have been having sex forever. Their bodies are maturing, their hormones are raging and doing what comes naturally is, well, natural. Indeed, for most of human history, teen sex was an entirely normal part of life, since people tended to marry and be treated as adults at what were, by modern standards, very early ages. Programs that don't take that into account aren't likely to succeed, and media coverage based on sensationalism doesn't help. But as blogger Moira Breen observed: For a lot of teen-agers, teen sex isn't about sex, or at least enjoyable sex, but about the status of having a boyfriend or girlfriend. That's no surprise, given that teen-agers often have nothing else. Once, teen-agers weren't a demographic: They were adults-in-training. They worked, did farm chores, watched children, and generally functioned in the real world. They got status and recognition for doing these things well, and they got shame and disapproval for doing them badly. But since sometime in the mid-20th century, the role of teen-agers has been different, as a recent article by Thomas Hine in American Heritage magazine points out: Young people became teen-agers because we had nothing better for them to do. High schools became custodial institutions for the young. We stopped expecting young people to be productive members of the society and began to think of them as gullible consumers. We defined maturity primarily in terms of being permitted adult vices, and then were surprised when teen-agers drank, smoked, or had promiscuous sex. No longer adults-in-training, teen-agers became part of their own social class, on the one hand indulged and sheltered, on the other viewed as juvenile, oversexed and somehow dangerous. In fact, far fewer teen-agers were shouldering adult responsibilities. Instead, they had a new, increasingly cosseted role as high school students, social butterflies (and outcasts) and consumers. Increased sexual activity, research indicated, was directly related to increased schooling and decreased responsibility. Teen-agers may be busy with teen activities, but not with adult responsibilities, and it shows. Hine is right. We have infantilized teen-agers, and then we act surprised that they behave immaturely. And lately we seem even to be infantilizing 20-somethings: Reports on "Taliban" John Walker Lindh, or Monica Lewinsky, or Louise Woodward, the nanny accused of killing her charge, all tend to feature references to their alleged youth, though at their age historical figures like George Washington or Teddy Roosevelt had been acting as adults for years. Unfortunately, the most common response we see to reports of teen-age sex is to further infantilize teens. This serves the interests of nanny-state advocates who want to infantilize everyone, and of those who believe that coercion is the only path to virtue. When this approach fails, as it is sure to do, that will justify still more coercion. (Abstinence programs, the U.S. News story reports, make teens more anxious to retain "technical" virginity, but often via riskier practices like anal sex.) I recommend a different approach: If we want teen-agers to be more adult, in their virtues as well as their vices, we should try treating them more like adults. Teen-agers should be encouraged to hold jobs in addition to going to school. (Or instead of since high school is not for everyone.) It may seem odd to argue that dropping out and getting a job might be a good thing for some teen-agers, given the high value we are supposed to attach to education. But education only matters when people are being educated, and for all too many students high school isn't really about education anyway. Much of high school is wasted time: School meets only about 180 days a year, with a lot of class time wasted on going over the same ground from one year to the next. Teen-agers with a powerful desire to be adults should be allowed to follow an accelerated program, with earlier graduation (and perhaps other privileges) as a reward. Many teen-agers would take advantage of this, rather than spending extra years in what's little more than a pre-adult holding tank. Today's high-schoolers do work, but in general they're far less responsible for their own support, and far more separated from adult responsibilities and achievements, than people their age have ever been. Where once it was possible to gain status through actual accomplishment, now the chief status accessory is a boyfriend or girlfriend. Shorn of opportunities to exercise adult virtues, teens work with what they've got. Consider this analogy: Unmotivated teen-agers who are idling away their time in school, protected from the real world and supported by their parents, are more like welfare recipients than they are like responsible citizens. However, since the implementation of welfare reform has forced a degree of personal responsibility, illegitimacy rates are way down, and so are many other social pathologies associated with welfare dependency. Maybe what teen-agers need is some "welfare reform." Perhaps if teen-agers were encouraged to take on adult responsibilities and win status and recognition in constructive ways, they'd probably start acting more like citizens, and less like a leisure class, with all the vices that have historically attended leisure classes. If teen-agers weren't infantilized in so many other ways, they'd have a better base of judgment and self-respect, and could make better decisions about when they were ready to have sex and be more responsiThese guys live here not to mention bears and hummingbirds e about precautions and consequences when the time came. Of course, lots of people would lose under an arrangement like this. Marketers would lose their grip on a key demographic. Busybodies would lose an important opportunity for tut-tutting. Journalists would lose an opportunity to run articles on teen sex that are simultaneously censorious and exploitative. And politicians would lose an important opportunity for posturing. But those are problems I can live with. Glenn Harlan Reynolds is a law professor at the University of Tenne On Dec-07-17 at 21:37:14 PST, seller added the following information: This house was sitting empty for few years so obviously it will need some work and cleaning. Most important it is sound. All floors and walls are solid. Simply look at pictures but going and looking in person is highly recommended.

  • Seller State of Residence: New Jersey
  • State/Province: Pennsylvania
  • Property Type: House
  • Sale Type: Existing Homes
  • Setting: Suburban
  • For Sale by: Owner
  • City: Glen Lyon
  • Zip/Postal Code: 18617
  • Property Address: 164 E Main St, Glen Lyon, PA 18617
  • Square Footage: 1600
  • Number of Bedrooms: 3
  • Number of Bathrooms: 1