Williams & Williams has partnered with Jones Lang LaSalle, a professional services and investment management company that specializes in real estate, to sell this 30,899+/- square foot commercial office building in Dublin, Ohio.
The building sits on 3.295+/- acres with 190 parking spaces (approximately 6.1/1000 RSF ratio, which is the highest available in the Dublin market). The building was completed in 1977 with the 2nd phase completed in 1989. The grounds are park-like, with lovely landscaping, and the location near Old Dublin and Tuttle Crossing Mall is highly desirable.
Dublin, OH is only 20 minutes from downtown Columbus and is the location of the headquarters of Wendy’s, Cardinal Health, Stanley Steemer, and MindLeaders, among others. Dublin is a hotbed of activity for many nationwide businesses and technology companies. It’s the perfect time to invest in commercial real estate in this area.
For more information on the building’s details and to register to bid on this commercial property, click here.
When I first saw the aerial picture of this sprawling real estate in Glendale, Arizona, I wasn’t sure what kind of property I was looking at. There are just so many pieces to it!
Upon closer inspection, I thought, “Ok. It’s an estate. That’s a house with pillars … there’s a tennis court. Those are extra building… possibly a garage… …servants’ quarters… guest houses. This place is big.” Then I wondered, “Who’s place is this?”
The answer is Ron McClure. The star of the television show Desert Car Kings – a reality series, now in reruns, about his family business: Desert Valley Auto Parts, home to over 10,000 classic cars in various states of disrepair.
The Discovery synopsis of the show reads like this: “The McClures and their rag-tag crew are constantly on the hunt for cars to restore – seeking them out in backyards, barns and even on their own massive lot. Their goal? To restore these classic American cars to their original glory and get them back on the road, while discovering the unique and historically significant qualities of each car - and of course, to make a fair profit at auction.”
Aha. The picture is clearing up.
This is the luxury home of a car enthusiast and successful businessman. A place to entertain friends, family, and business associates. A high quality, American-made endeavor. Well-built and well maintained.
Got it. Let’s pop the hood.
The main home is about 6,660 square feet with 7 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, highlighted by an indoor pool and billiard room. The detached garage holds 10 cars, complete with a hydraulic lift. No surprise there.
The 3.19+/- acre estate also includes 2 guest homes, the larger of which is about 2,222 square feet with a gym and indoor racquetball court. Nice!
The grounds are park-like. Completely landscaped with traditional desert plants. And picturesque views of the mountains seem to be at every turn. The outdoor entertaining areas are plentiful, with multiple patios and a stellar outdoor kitchen/grilling area. Water features are scattered across the property including close to the fenced, lighted tennis/basketball court.
Plenty of show. Plenty of go. With so much to offer, it won’t necessarily be a Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction enthusiast who will call this place home. It will be someone, however, who appreciates an expansive yet private, luxurious estate to call home. Beauty in the desert.
Our team will be in Dallas, TX on Tuesday, December 3rd, to participate in the Dallas County Foreclosure Trustee Auctions that take place on the courthouse steps.
Registration for the event begins at 9am and the event begins at 10am.
The auctions take place at the George Allen Courts Building, located at 600 Commerce St. in Dallas, TX. Go to the north side of the building, facing Commerce Street, below the overhang. Look for the friendly folks in gold shirts, or our gold tent.
If you’re interested in more information about our Dallas County Foreclosure Auctions, click here to sign up for email alerts.
We look forward to bringing you additional foreclosed properties in the Dallas, Fort Worth area.
This week’s question Shannon in Dallas, TX. Shannon asks: “Do I need to use a real estate agent to buy a property at auction?”
Interesting question, Shannon! The auction specialists at Williams & Williams have your answer:
The short answer is no, you do not need to use a real estate agent to purchase a property at auction.
A real estate auction provides a transparent, time-definite exchange between the the buyer and seller, and traditionally allows the buyer to minimize the number of go-betweens separating him/her from the seller. As the auctioneer Williams & Williams represents the seller, but we have the responsibility to treat all parties fairly and in accordance with real estate law. If a buyer feels more comfortable having agent representation at an auction, the buyer is welcome to have an agent register the buyer as a client, attend the auction, and assume the role of a buyer’s agent as is often done in traditional real estate transactions.
A note to real estate agents – we do pay a buyer’s agent fee if your client buys a property at auction. For more information, visit our PROPortal.