Alabama Real Estate Auctions – Commercial Land Decatur Alabama

Commercial Land Auction Decatur AlabamaTanner, Alabama- Absolute Auction.

 Monday, October, 17, 2016, 121+/- acres of prime commercial industrial property will sell at absolute auction, regardless of price. This farm has been owned by the Loyd family of Loyd’s Pharmacy in Decatur, Alabama since the 1920’s. It is a recreational family farm and retreat with fabulous hunting and fishing for almost 100 years. The absolute auction is conducted by The National Auction Group, Inc. of Gadsden, Alabama.

Located just off Hwy. 31, four miles from Exit 340, where I-65, I-565, and Hwy. 20 West come together, it adjoins TVA land on the Tennessee River and Wheeler Lake. The property features a half-mile of paved road frontage on Sandy Road; a railroad spur adjoins the northern boundary, and the property is minutes to Huntsville, Decatur, and Athens, Alabama.

This auction has excellent owner financing and a deposit of $25,000 payable by certified check or wire transfer is required to bid. The funds are refundable to unsuccessful bidders.

It is also conveniently located a half-mile from Calhoun Community College, Alabama Robotics Technology Park, Prior Field Regional Airport, and Carpenter Technology Corporation. Members of the economic authority say this piece of real estate has everything to offer for industry; location, railroad, utilities, close proximity to interstate. This property is being offered in its entirety.
“It is not often that you can buy a piece of commercial real estate at your own price with excellent owner financing.” William Bone, president of the National Auction Group, Inc.

This auction is off-site at The Double Tree by Hilton, 1101 6th Ave. NE, Decatur, AL 35601. Registration begins at 1:00 p.m. and auction at 3:00 p.m.

To schedule a tour or to request additional information about the property, interested parties need to call 800-579-1174. More information is also found on the auction company’s website:

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