. ABSOLUTE AUCTION - Two Lots totaling.92- acres appropriate.
AUCTION - Large 1.86-Acre Developable Residential Lot in great area.
AUCTION - Spectacular 340 +/- Acre Marshland Paradise.
Ashley River, adjoining Cedar Grove, Whitehall and the Refuge at Whitehall Subdivisions: Clearview Dr., North Charleston, SC.
This wonderful Marshland Acreage bounded by the Ashley River and Coosaw Creek with tidal creek and small "marsh-islands" is among the few staying privately-owned lowland marsh systems in the Ashley River Historic District near the Plantations on the upper Ashley River. The home is located across from and just up-river of Middleton Place, and about 2-miles down-river from the Herbert H. Jessen Public Boat Landing (Ladson Rd). For a Google Map image click on this link.
Being an older un-subdivided independently had tract, it would permit an owner to use for one dock license that satisfies the length and square video footage requirements outlined by DHEC/ OCRM. This would allow an adjacent high-ground owner to not just own and control 340 acres of pristine environment, however also to increase his property value by having a dock to a tidal creek or possibly to the Ashley River. Prospective bidders are encouraged that access to the marsh from Whitehall and the Refuge at Whitehall subdivisions is restricted by particular covenants, buffers and preservation easements to Middleton Place, so placement of a dock from these homes is most likely difficult. Any buyer intending to utilize this home for a dock must inspect all subdivision covenants and City/County Ashley River Historic Overlay constraints along with any Conservation Easements that may apply to Middleton Place view corridors. Jeff Thompson DHEC/ OCRM Ashley River Historic District Expert has actually concurred to field inquiries from potential bidders and respond to questions about possible permitting. Jeff can be contacted at email@example.com.
While a section of the property is situated within the city limits of North Charleston, and is subject to fire arms discharge regulation, a considerable part is only subject to Dorchester County regulations, which could enable hunting on personal property. If hunting is prepared for, the buyer would be well advised to examine all DNR, County and Historic District regulations.
While there is no study marking high ground and wetlands, and we make definitely NO representation about the existence any high ground, satellite maps show several areas of trees possibly representing "marsh-islands". An effective buyer would be well recommended to have actually a study done which could delineate wetlands and any possible high-ground.
This is essential preservation home. A purchaser wishing to get rid of a huge section of Ashley River lowland marsh from unbridled private ownership could promote preservation and at the same time receive considerable tax advantages by purchasing this tract and contributing a conservation easement to a proper land trust.
An extensive Property Information Package is readily available as a download on our internet website to assist in the bidders' due diligence effort. This property, more than a lot of, needs mindful due diligence research. This is an unbelievable chance for a creative buyer - at YOUR PRICE!
The lot has a 2012 tax value of $921,460 and we have it listed on the MLS for $99,000 for a pre-auction cash sale. Pre-Auction Offers are invited! DO NOT MISS this great opportunity to be a part of the Ashley River Historic District!
Auction Location: On-Line Only Auction: Click right here to bid and register.
Time: Begins Thursday November 13 and ends Wednesday November 19, 2014 @ 5:00 PM with a "soft surface" to get rid of "sniping". (Each proposal extend.