The United States' motion for entry of default judgment having been granted, and the United States' federal tax liens against defendant Janet L. Pringle having attached to the real property described below, given that the "Pringle House," to which the real property is titled, is a fictitious name under which Janet L. Pringle does business, the Court ORDERS that:
The real property further described below is to be sold pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2001 in the manner set forth below:
1. That federal tax liens encumber the below-described parcel of real property known as both 141 Griscom Street, Dawson, Pennsylvania and 206 Griscom & Railroad Street, Dawson, Pennsylvania (the "Real Property"). This property has the legal description of:
All those two certain pieces, parcels or lots of land situate in the Borough of Dawson, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows:
FIRST: All Lots of Nos. 301 and 31 and a part of Lot No. 32, as described on the general plan of lots of the said Town of Dawson and more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on Griscom Street and near the Pittsburgh and Connellsville Railroad, now Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, a corner of Lot No. 30; thence with said Griscom Street, South 32 degrees 30 minutes West, 200.5 feet to a post, a corner of residue of Lot No. 32, formerly in the occupancy of Lydus
C. Cochran; thence through said Lot No. 32 and along the line of said residue, South 50 degrees 29 minutes East, 100 feet to a stake ; thence with the same South 2 degrees 44 minutes West, 48 feet to a stake; thence South 79 degrees 36 minutes East, 25.08 feet to a stake; thence with the line of what was formerly Sycamore Alley, North 32 degrees 30 minutes East 242.55 feet to a post, near said railroad, corner of said Lot No. 30, thence parallel with said railroad, North 57 degrees 30 minutes West , 150.15 feet to the place of beginning.
CONTAINING 120 perches, more or less.
EXCEPTING AND RESERVING thereout and therefrom all that certain piece, parcel or lot of land beginning part of Lot No. 32 in the plan of Dawson Borough, more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a pin near the curb line of Griscom Street and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company right of way; thence South 50 degrees 29 minutes East 100 feet to a pin; thence South 2 degrees 44 minutes East 28 feet to a sycamore tree; thence North 25 degrees 44 minutes East, 42.5 feet to a pin; thence North 61 degrees 31 minutes West, 101.6 feet to a pin, thence North 57 degrees 30 minutes West, 9 feet to a pin, the place of beginning. Constituting .029 of an acre.
SECOND: Part of Lot No. 32 in the plan of Dawson Borough, more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a pin near the curb and along Griscom Street, a distance of 200.6 feet from the corner of Griscom Street and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company right of way; thence South 61 degrees 31 minutes East, 101.6 feet to a pin; thence North 22 degrees 39 minutes East, 11.5 feet to a pin; thence North 58 degrees 06 minutes West. 101.1 feet to a pin, the place of beginning, being a triangular lot containing .014 of an acre, as shown on a plan prepared by Thomas M. Zimmerman, Sr., Civil Engineer, on April 30, 1940 and of record in the aforesaid Recorder's Office in Plan Book 5, Page 221. SUBJECT to the rights, privileges, easements, agreements, conditions, restriction and reservations as exist by virtue of prior recorded instruments.
2. That the federal tax liens are foreclosed against the Real Property and that the property in its entirety is ordered sold;
3. That the United States Marshal for the Western District of Pennsylvania or his/her representative, or an Internal Revenue Service Property Appraisal and Liquidation Specialist ("PALS"), is authorized under Title 28, United States Code, Sections 2001 and 2002, to offer for sale at public auction, the Real Property, with any improvements, buildings and appurtenances, thereunto pertaining;
4. That the public auction referred to in paragraph 3, above, shall be held either on the premises themselves, at another appropriate location in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, or at the County Courthouse, in accordance with the provisions of Title 28, United States Code, Section 2001, the times thereof to be announced by the Marshal or the PALS; after the Real Property is advertised once a week for four consecutive weeks preceding the date fixed for its sale in a daily newspaper of general circulation in Fayette County, and by any other notice that the Marshal or the PALS in their discretion may deem appropriate;
5. That any right, title, lien, claim or interest in the Real Property of the United States and of the defendants in this action is discharged upon sale of the Real Property and confirmation of the sale, as described in paragraphs 3, above, and 12, below;
6. That the Marshal or the PALS is authorized, within its sole discretion, to set a minimum bid for the Real Property. If the minimum bid is not met or exceeded, the Marshal or the PALS or his representative may, without further action by the Court and under the terms and conditions in this order of sale, ...