Goodwill SCVA Bankruptcy Auction | Chase City VA

215, East 5th Street, Chase City, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, 23924, USA


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REAL ESTATE BANKRUPTCY AUCTION
| Goodwill Industries of South Central Virginia |
215 East 5th Street Chase City, Virginia 23924

Mecklenburg County Tax ID: 21580
5,400 SF Total Usable/Rentable Space – Located on .42 Acres
***Currently Leased at $1,800.00/mo – Income Producing Automotive Sales Lot***
2019 Tax Assessment: $308,300 / $57.09 per sf
Land: $30,000
Improvements: $267,800
Other: $10,500

Building Information

Built in 2003
Currently Leased at: $1,800/mo
.42 Acres
4,650 finished sf
Large open retail area, 3 dressing rooms, managers office, warehouse, utility room, two customer restrooms and one employee restroom
24 parking spots
One 8’ Drive-In Bay Door
Zoned B-3 – Business General
Annual Real Estate Taxes: $1,294.86

This building has three-phase electric service and is in good condition. Constructed of split-faced block, with metal cased insulated glass storefront and corrugated metal exterior walls, a low-pitched metal shed roof with metal mansard and metal gable roof over the vestibule, concrete slab foundation, aluminum gutters and downspouts. The building features 5,550 square feet that are heated by a gas forced hot air furnace and cooled by central electric air conditioning. 4,650 square feet or 84% of the interior is finished and divided into a vestibule, large open retail area, three dressing booths, two customer restrooms, one employee restroom, manager’s office, and a utility room. The vestibule has insulated glass walls, carpeted floor, and suspended acoustic tile ceiling. The retail area has painted sheetrock walls, composition tile floor, suspended acoustic tile ceiling with a 10-foot ceiling height, and fluorescent lighting. The dressing booths have painted sheetrock walls, composition tile floors, and suspended acoustic tile ceilings. The three restrooms have painted sheetrock walls, composition tile floor, suspended acoustic tile ceiling, wall hung sink, and commode in each. The manager’s office has painted sheetrock walks with wooden chair rail, carpeted floor, and suspended acoustic tile ceiling. The utility room has painted sheetrock walls, composition tile floor, suspended acoustic tile ceiling, small water heater, and utility sink. The remaining 900 square feet or 16% are in the unfinished warehouse. The warehouse is unfinished with exposed metal beams and vinyl faced insulated walls and ceiling, painted plywood bumper pane, concrete floor, and one 8-foot metal overhead door with automatic opener.