REAL ESTATE AUCTION - Light Industrial Complex with 12,388+/-SF - Pauline, SC

Light Industrial Complex on .64+/- Acres with 12,388 +/- SF located at 5900 Highway 215 in Pauline, SC . Appraised in March 2017 for $155,000. Property includes shop area, showroom, office, metal building with loading dock and drive-in. Conveniently located at the intersection of Hwy. 215 and Hwy. 150 approximately 12+/- miles to I-26 or downtown Spartanburg.  Spartanburg County Tax Map #6-50-00-049.00. Call Matthew Holiday, 864-357-5672.  SCAL#3589

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Light Industrial Complex on .64+/- Acres with 12,388+/- SF consisting of two buildings and a walkway:

  • Appraised in March 2017 for $155,000.00
  • Masonry building with 6,624+/- SF with shop area, showroom and office;
  • Pre-enginereed metal building with 5,000+/- SF with loading dock and drive-in; and
  • Walkway connecting the two totaling 764+/- SF.
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Conveniently located at the intersection of Hwy 215 and Hwy 150 and located approximately 12+/- miles to I -26 or downtown Spartanburg. 

The original building was constructed in about 1960 and has concrete block walls with some brick veneer on the front elevation. There is canopy over the front and the roof has recently been replaced with composition shingles. It has a small office area that is heated and cooled with a wall-though heat pump. The office has carpet, painted walls and gypsum ceilings. This building has three separate areas that could be warehouse or shop space with finished ceilings of painted gypsum with wall heights that range from 8’ to 10.’ The building uses attached fluorescent lighting. 

Building 2 has steel framing and metal panels with insulation. It has sky lights, gas space heaters and a ventilation fan. It has one drive in overhead door 10’ x 9’ and an estimated 15’ wall height.  The roof is a standing seam metal design. The walkway is estimated to be 764 SF and connects the two buildings from the side. It has an 8’ x 8’ overhead door that is dock height with a leveler.

Convenient Location: The property is located in southern Spartanburg County, SC (District 6 School District). It is at the intersection with Glenn Springs Road. The neighborhood is bound by Highway 56 to the north and west, Cherokee County line to the east, and Hugh Lane to the south.

Zoning: Falls under the Spartanburg County Unified Land Management Ordinance. This ordinance is not a traditional zoning ordinance, but emphasizes compatibility of uses through the use of buffers and development standards. According to the ordinance,

"the purpose of this ordinance is to promote good land development practices and thereby enhance the health, safety, and general welfare, of present and future inhabitants of Spartanburg County. It is the intent of County Council that this ordinance encourage economic growth and that due care be given by County officials, departments, and agencies in giving liberal interpretations to all provisions contained therein."

All new permits are governed by these standards.  Bidders must do their own due deligence in regards to their intended use of the property. 

Utilities: Well water, natural gas, electricity, septic tank, and telephone

Taxes:  Spartanburg County Tax Map #6-50-00-049.00.   2016 Taxes were $1,679.26 and have been paid. 

Call Matthew Holiday, 864-357-5672 for full details.  SCAL #3589  

TERMS OF SALE & BIDDER REGISTRATION (Schedule B to Contract to Purchase) 

1.    Each Property is being offered at auction subject to seller confirmation and a 10% buyer’s premium.   

2.    Matt Holiday Realty Group LLC (“Broker”) is agent for the seller only.

3.    This Property sells “AS IS - WHERE IS” with all faults and without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, by seller or Broker.  It is understood that a limited warranty deed is to be furnished by seller at closing.   The Property is being sold subject to any conditions, restrictions, right of ways, and easements.   The sale is not contingent upon financing or any other contingency.  Buyer is responsible for any rollback taxes due. 

4.    Immediately following bidding, the high bidder must execute a Contract to Purchase with no contingencies of any kind and deposit with Broker 10% of the high bid amount (per property) to be held in escrow and applied towards the purchase price.  Seller has up to 24 Hours to accept or reject the high bid. The balance of the sales price must be paid within forty-five days (45) days at closing. Time is of the essence. Seller only reserves the right in his discretion to extend the closing date an additional 30 days if needed. In the event that buyer fails to comply with the Contract to Purchase, the earnest money will be forfeited, but such forfeiture shall not affect other legal remedies available to seller.  

5.    Buyer agrees to pay ALL closing costs, including but not limited to, attorneys fees, deed stamps and preparation, documentary stamps. survey, and termite inspection. Taxes (except any rollback taxes due which shall be the sole responsibility of buyer), utilities, rents and other assessments, shall be prorated between the buyer and seller to the date of closing.  Possession will be at closing.

6.    All information announced, published or contained herein or in any brochure or advertisement was derived from public records and sources believed to be correct: however, it is not guaranteed by the seller or Broker and is subject to inspection and verification by all parties before bidding. All square footage, dimensions, taxes, zoning, acreage, permitted uses, right of ways, property lines, easements, assessments and other information about the Property being sold are approximate and not guaranteed. Personal on-site inspection is encouraged; however, persons must use extreme caution and proceed at their own risk when inspecting Property.   Seller must be notified before entry on the Property for inspection.  It is bidder’s responsibility to determine the condition, genuineness, function, suitability for use, and value of the Property before bidding. The failure of any bidder to inspect, or to be fully informed about the Property, will not constitute any grounds for any claim or demand for adjustment or withdrawal of bid, offer or deposit money.  Announcements made from the auction block take precedence over all other verbal, printed, announced and/or distributed information. Neither seller nor Broker is responsible for any errors or omissions made in the description of the Property prior to or at auction nor for any accidents on the Property or sale site.  This sale may be modified or withdrawn without notice at any time.

7.    INTERNET, MOBILE APP, AND TELEPHONE BIDDERS (“OFFSITE BIDDERS”): Offsite Bidders are subject to all published and announced terms of sale. Offsite Bidders may not be able to inspect the Property as well as if they examined it in person and are strongly encouraged to do their own due diligence regarding the Property before bidding. Broker will not be responsible for any errors or omissions in the description of the Property. Broker is providing Internet, mobile app, and/or telephone bidding as a service to bidder. This service may or may not function correctly the day of the auction. Under no circumstances shall bidder have any kind of claim against Broker or seller for any missed bids or if the Internet, mobile bidding application or phone service fails to work correctly during the auction for any reason.  Prior to placing bids online or through a mobile application, a person must complete and be approved through the online registration process. If the high bidder is an Offsite Bidder, the Contract to Purchase (the “Contract”) will be emailed and the high bidder must within 24 hours of receipt execute and email, fax, or overnight delivery to Broker the signed Contract and earnest money deposit (by cashier’s check or wire transfer). If the event the high bidder fails to submit the signed Contract and/or earnest money within the required time frame, the offsite high bidder will be charged a non-refundable auction administrative fee of $1,000 (per property) on the credit card provided at registration.  Such auction administrative fee shall not affect the other legal remedies available to seller against the high bidder for default.

8.    LEAD PAINT: On properties built before 1978, potential purchasers, at their option, may have the Property inspected for lead based paint within 10 days prior to auction date.

9.    Seller and Broker reserve the right to refuse admittance to or expel anyone from the auction for creating a disturbance, bidder intimidation or bid collusion. Broker, seller, and auctioneer shall not be liable to any person for damages to their person or property while in, on or about the Property, nor shall they be liable for hidden defects. All persons are on the Property at their own risk and shall defend, indemnify, and save harmless Broker, Seller, and auctioneer from any and all liability whatsoever.

10.    Licensed South Carolina auctioneer(s) will conduct the auction. Conduct of the auction and increments of bidding are at the discretion and direction of the auctioneer. The auctioneer, Seller and Broker reserve the right to offer this Property for sale in any manner they see fit. All decisions of the auctioneer shall be final concerning matters such as increments and manner of bidding, disputes among bidders, groupings of tracts, priorities of bidders, the validity of any bid, the high bidder, and any other matters that may arise during the sale.  Auctioneer, Seller and Broker reserve the right to to accept any pre-auction offers and/or cancel the auction at any time.  Seller, Broker and auctioneer and their employees reserve the right to bid at the auction.

11.    Bidding is open to the public to all registered bidders. The identity of all bidders must be verified before the auction, bidding rights are provisional, and if complete verification is not possible, the registration will be rejected and bidding activity will be terminated. Bidders must use their assigned bid numbers. No transfer will be recognized from one bidder to another. Bidding in the auction is a binding contract. The high bidder whose bid is accepted by seller must sign a Contract to Purchase and deposit the required deposit or he will be in default of said contract and will be responsible for all resulting damages to Seller and Broker.  

 

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