Goodwill SCVA Bankruptcy Auction | Blackstone VA

1312, South Main Street, Blackstone, Nottoway County, Virginia, 23824, USA


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REAL ESTATE BANKRUPTCY AUCTION
| Goodwill Industries of South Central Virginia |
1312 South Main Street, Blackstone Virginia 23824

Nottoway County Tax ID: 50A37 3 1
15,079 SF Total Usable Retail/Warehouse Space – Located on 2.398 Acres
*** NO VISIBLE DEFERRED MAINTENANCE***
2019 Tax Assessment: $1,480,621 / $97.00 per sf
Land: $28,800
Improvements: $1,441,821

Building Information

Built in 2016
15,079 SF
398 Acres
Concrete slab foundation, metal exterior walls, single slope metal roof
63 feet of frontage along S. Main Street
4 – Loading docks with levelers
1 – Drive-In Door
Fluorescent lighting throughout
Centrally heated and cooled by heat pumps
Large open retail area, classroom/lab/restroom, lounge/offices/restrooms and processing area
Zoned BG – Business General
Close proximity to Wal-Mart, Food Lion, and other national retailers
Nottoway County Tax ID: 50A37 3 1
No Visible Deferred Maintenance
30+/- Parking Spots
Retail space – 33%
Warehouse – 50%
Offices/Corridors/Restrooms etc.. – 17%
Annual Real Estate Taxes: $6,514.73

This building is constructed of a concrete slab foundation, steel frame, metal exterior walls, metal awnings, a single-slope metal roof, aluminum gutters and downspouts along the back, and a drop-off canopy along one side. The one-story retail store features 15,004 square feet that are centrally heated and cooled by heat pumps. The interior of the building is divided into a large open retail area (4,977 square feet), classroom/lab/restroom (864 square feet), lounge/offices/restrooms (1,008 square feet), processing area (7,548 square feet), entry vestibule, and other miscellaneous offices and areas. The finished area generally features concrete floors, carpet and composition tile floor covering in areas, painted sheetrock walls, suspended acoustic tile ceilings, and painted sheetrock ceilings in areas. The unfinished processing area has a concrete floor, an eight-foot-high bumper panel, unfinished walls and ceiling with exposed vinyl faced insulation, and fluorescent ceiling lights. The processing area has four dock levels. The trail store was proposed and completed around December 1, 2015. The building has an estimated remaining economic life of 40 years.