Bid History for 92 North Main Street, Pascoag, RI 02859
Auction Start Date: 12/08/21 7:00 AM ET
Auction End Date: 03/01/22 4:00 PM ET
Asset ID: 1 Number of Bids: 1
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|92 North Main Street, Pascoag, RI 02859|
|Admin Fee ( 7.50% ):||$7,500.00|
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|Terms and Conditions|
The Town of Burrillville (the Town) will hold an online auction for the sale and redevelopment of real estate currently owned by the Town located at 92 North Main Street, Pascoag, RI 02859 (Map 158 Lot 81)
The Property consists of approximately 0.16 acres. It is developed with a concrete masonry block and brick building that consists of a 1 story single structure with a walkout basement, and paved parking behind the building. The site is zoned VC – Village Commercial.
Municipal water and sewer, and overhead electricity service the site. An oil fired furnace for the building is supplied by a 275 gallon above ground storage tank. The groundwater classification for the site is GAA. The direction of groundwater flow is to the west northwest toward Pascoag River as determined by monitoring wells installed by others.
Prior to the 1950s the site was a vacant wooded lot. The existing building was constructed in 1950. A 550 gallon underground fuel storage tank was removed in 2006.
The property was formerly the site of the Town’s school and administrative services.
The surrounding property use is residential and commercial.
The Town had an environmental study done of the property and it is noted and disclosed that Volatile Organic Compounds were detected in both soil gas and indoor air. Environmental reports are attached for review. Environmental reports were prepared by Environmental Resource Associates, Inc. (reports of January 7, 2021 and May 24, 2021).
Property is adjacent to a retail plaza.
WINNING BID SUBJECT TO TOWN APPROVAL
Seller added the following information on 2/17/2022 10:52 PM:
FINAL SHOWING: Thursday, February 24th 10am-12pm
|Additional Info: Bid Deposit Instructions.pdf, 20111.pdf, 21107.pdf|
|Questions and Answers|
Q: Is the property condemned or otherwise declared uninhabitable or not authorized to be renovated? (2/9/22 4:48 PM)
A: Hello, the answer is no for all of the above stated conditions. (2/16/22 7:36 AM)
Q: i have seen this property listed previously.
Is there a problem preventing the sale? (2/28/22 12:01 PM)
A: The Town listed the property with no bids and put it back out for auction on GovDeals. There are no restrictions on the sale of the property. (2/28/22 12:48 PM)
|The bidder will be responsible for conducting all inspections, investigations, tests, surveys and other due diligence deemed necessary by the bidder in connection with the acquisition of the Property, and the Town shall assume no responsibility to the bidder for the scope and approval of any such due diligence.
Thursday, February 24 10am-12pm
THIS IS NOT A BILL – DO NOT PAY THIS AMOUNT! THE TOWN OF BURRILLVILLE WILL SEND YOU AN INVOICE WITH DETAILED PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS THAT INCLUDE ALL TAXES AND FEES.
Payment must be made by 4:00pm on March 11th, 2022
Total cost = Amount of the winning bid + 7.5% of winning bid amount (Admin Fee) + transfer tax + recording fee. The Town of Burrillville will accept certified checks or wire transfers as payment.
Certified check made payable to "Town of Burrillville"
All properties sold will be deeded as instructed by the winning bidder at the time of registration. Deeds are processed after approval of the sale.
|No Representations or Warranties from the Town. The bidder must enter into a an agreement with the intention of relying upon its own investigation and review of the physical, environmental, economic use, compliance, and legal conditions of the Property and the bidder must acknowledge that it is not now relying, and will not later rely, upon any representations and warranties made by the Town or anyone acting or claiming to act, by, through, under or on the Town’s behalf concerning the Property. The bidder will review, prior to entering into an agreement with the Town, all items which in the bidder’s sole judgment affect or influence the bidder’s acquisition and use of the Property. Accordingly, the Town will only agree to sell the Property on an “AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ALL FAULTS” basis, and the Town will make no representations or warranties of any kind whatsoever, either express or implied, in connection with any matters with respect to the Property. The bidder must be willing to accept the title to the Property on an “AS IS” and “WHERE IS” basis, with all faults and subject to any and all latent and patent defects, and, except as expressly set forth herein, without any representation or warranty, all of which the Town hereby disclaims. No warranty or representation will be made by the Town as to (a) fitness for any particular purpose, (b) merchantability, (c) design, (d) quality, (e) condition, (f) the operation of, or the income to be derived from, the Property, (g) the feasibility or advisability of the bidder’s proposed redevelopment of the Property, (h) absence of defects, (i) absence of hazardous or toxic substances, (j) absence of faults, (k) flooding, (l) compliance with laws and regulations including, without limitation, those relating to health, safety, and the environment, or (m) any other matter with respect to the Property except as expressly set forth herein. In particular, by way of example but not of limitation, the Town will make no representations or warranties with respect to: the suitability of the Property for any and all development activities and uses which the bidder may conduct thereon; the use or condition of the Property, including, without limitation, the condition of the soils or groundwater of the Property and the presence or absence of asbestos, lead-based paint, toxic materials or hazardous substances in, on or under the Property; compliance with applicable statutes, laws, codes, ordinances, regulations or requirements relating to zoning, subdivision, planning, building, fire safety, health or environmental matters; compliance with covenants, conditions and restrictions, including deed restrictions; and compliance with other local, municipal, regional, state or federal requirements or other statutes, laws, codes, ordinances, regulations or requirements.|