1070 S Volusia Ave, Orange City, FL 32763 (Volusia County)
Auction: Lender Owned Absolute Auction of Retail & Restaurants in AL-FL-NC-TN-WY

Property #111
1070 S Volusia Ave, Orange City, FL 32763 (Volusia County)
7,400±SF Restaurant on 1.3± Acres
Selling Online Only
Bid Deadline: Thursday, May 24 at 1:00 PM ET
Closing Deadline: Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Inspection: Monday, May 14 & Monday, May 21 at 11:00 AM ET SHARP. An Auction Right of Entry form must be signed in order to gain access to the building which releases seller from liability in the event of accidents while onsite.
Sale Manager: Chris Fisher, 386-690-1295, info@amcbid.com
Property Description: Single story former buffet style restaurant built ca. 1984 on rectangular lot with 210± feet of street frontage and 285± feet of depth, with a large paved lot with 77± parking spaces.
According to a September 10, 2004 Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment, no recognized environmental conditions (RECs) were identified in connection with the property.
Zoned CG-2  
Electricity Provider:
Natural Gas Provider:
Potable Water: Orange City
Sewer Services: Orange City
Volusia County Tax Parcel# 801108290221
Volusia County Assessed Value $723,120
2017 Taxes $17,577.15

Julian E Howell, III Licensed FL Broker
This auction features a grouped bid extension - please see details in terms below.
Terms:  Bank Proof of Funds Required to Bid, 10% Buyer’s Premium added to winning bid to determine sale price, 10% Earnest Money Deposit, close by June 26, 2018. Auctioneer is not responsible for bidding errors caused by internet outages, bid platform failures, or power failures.
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