If you want to buy some scrap land from the county – some of it under a tenth of an acre in size – you need to get your bid in by Wednesday, May 19.
Guilford County is selling nine plots of land to the highest bidder.
The county acquires various properties over the years through forfeitures or abandonment. Sometimes that land can be resold quickly but sometimes it’s a small corner piece of surplus property or an odd remnant of land left over from a nearby project. If you’re in the market for something like that, the county may have what you want.
However, buyer beware: In bold type, the county lets potential buyers know that “All Properties are sold ‘AS IS, WHERE IS’ with absolutely no warranties or representations, repairs or guarantees of condition.
That said, here’s the list you can choose from:
- 0.03 acres at 1002 YY E. Bragg St. in Greensboro. The tax value is $500 and the minimum bid is $400.
- 1.55 acres at 2203 Charleston Lane in Pleasant Garden. The tax value is $35,000 and the county won’t let it go for less than $15,000.
- 0.21 acres at 1512-R1 Falcon Road in Gibsonville. The tax value is $4,500 and the minimum bid the county will accept is $4,000.
- 0.04 acres at 125-127 Greenview Terrace in High Point. The tax value is $800 and the minimum is $700.
- 0.05 acres at 706 Huff Street in Greensboro. The tax value is $1,600 with a minimum bid of $900.
- 0.6 acres at 3605 YY Irwin Street in Greensboro. This property has a $6,000 tax value and the minimum allowable bid is $1,000.
- 0.02 acres at 132-134 Mayview Ave. in, High Point. The tax value is $200 and the minimum bid is $100.
- 0.01 acres at 1303 Near Twain Road in Greensboro.The tax value is $500 and the minimum bid is $400.
- 0.09 acres at 3807 ZZ Williams Dairy Road in Greensboro. The tax value is $3,300 with a minimum bid of $900.
All the properties are being offered for sale by the sealed bid process described in North Carolina General Statutes. All bids have to be made with a completed and signed offer form found on the Guilford County’s website at http://www.guilfordcountync.gov/facilities/properties-for-sale.
Additional terms of sale and information can be found at http://www.guilfordcountync.gov/facilities/properties-for-sale.
Guilford County will accept sealed bids submitted to Clerk to the Board, 2nd Floor, Guilford County, 301 W. Market St.in Greensboro – no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 19.
At 9 a.m. on the following morning, the bids will be opened. On Thursday, June 3, the sales will be presented to the Guilford County Board of Commissioners for approval.
Inquiries about the property and the sale may be made to Guilford County Real Estate Project Manager Rick Mosher at 336-641-3778 or firstname.lastname@example.org by going online to http://www.guilfordcountync.gov/facilities/properties-for-sale.