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8640 Old Number Six Highway

Santee, SC 29142
  • $199,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 97 Days
  • ID#: 22006968
Price Reduced
UPDATED: 53 min ago
$199,000
  • 0
    BEDS
  • 1.45
    ACRES
  • 0
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
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Description

Zoned General Commercial in the Town Of Santee. Water & Sewer & Power capacity in place for Commercial Development. Located walking distance from I-95, McDonalds, Starbucks, Hotels and at the entrance of a new D.R Horton subdivision with commercial frontage on OLD Number 6 hwy and subdivision right away. Site is prepped, cleared and ready for development. This zoning district is intended to accommodate a variety of general commercial and residentialuses characterized primarily by retail, office and service establishments and oriented primarily tomajor traffic arteries or extensive areas of predominately commercial usage and characteristics. Permitted principal uses and structures.Retail establishments.Service and repair establishments.Personal service establishments including such uses as beauty shops, barber shops, shoe repair shop, dry cleaning and laundry dressmaking and tailoring. Offices (business, professional, governmental). Photography studios, art studios, art galleries, art sales, interior design studios, craft studios, craft sales, antique shops. Financial institutions. Eating and drinking establishment, including drive-in eating and drinking establishments, provided the sale of alcoholic beverages account for less than 50 percent of gross revenues. Wholesaling and distribution establishments not involving over 8,000 square feet of area for storage of wares to be wholesaled or distributed. Commercial recreation and entertainment structures and uses, such as theaters, bowling alleys, miniature golf courses, and the like. Hotels and motels. Commercial parking lots and parking garages. Commercial printing and job printing establishments. Radio stations, television stations, not including towers or dishes over sizes allowed in this article. Passenger terminals. Veterinary establishments, provided that all animals are kept within suitably designed soundproof, air conditioned buildings. Funeral homes. Single- and two-family dwellings excluding mobile homes. Business and vocational schools not involving operations of an industrial nature. Non-profit private clubs and lodges, civic and fraternal organizations. Ambulatory and health care related facilities, clinics, laboratories. Parks, playgrounds, and play fields. Community service structures and uses such as community service centers, libraries, fire stations, civic, cultural or recreational uses. Churches and other places of worship, including educational buildings related thereto. Automobile service stations and repair garages including car washes and auto parts shops provided there is no outside storage or parking of vehicles without current license plates and inspection stickers. Automobile sales and service. Cemeteries. Day nurseries and kindergartens are subject to the provision of section 44-115. Laboratories and establishments for fitting, repair, or production of eyeglasses, hearing aids, or prosthetic devices. Permitted accessory uses and structures. Structures and uses which are: Customarily accessory and clearly incidental and subordinate to permitted principal uses and structures: Located wholly on the same lot as the permitted principal use structure. Research uses to include theoretical and applied research in all the sciences, product development and testing, engineering development, and marketing development. Truck terminals, freight terminals, and passenger terminals. Light manufacturing and processing. When incidental to a permitted use, outdoor storage lots and yards, (except automobile junkyards) scrap yards, salvage yards, or yards used in whole or in part for scrap or salvage operations or for processing storage, display, or sales of junk, scrap, salvaged or recyclable materials (bulk sales, storage or display of lumber or building materials and supplies.) Retail establishments, sales and display rooms. Offices. Photography studios, art studios, art galleries, art sales, interior design studios, craft studios, craft sales, antique shops, establishments for teaching of music, dancing or other performing arts. Financial institutions. Hotels and motels. Eating and drinking establishments, including drive-in eating and drinking establishments. Personal service establishments. Business service establishments. Service and repair establishments including automobile service stations and repair garages. Amusement, recreational, and entertainment establishments. Laboratories and establishments for fitting, repair, or production of eyeglasses, hearing aids, or prosthetic devices. Radio and television stations, not including towers or dishes over sizes allowed in this article. Veterinary establishments. Commercial printing and job printing. Business schools and vocational schools not involving use of an industrial nature which would not otherwise be permitted in this district. Rehabilitation centers. Parking lots and parking garages. Nonprofit clubs, lodges, civic and fraternal organizations. Parks, playgrounds, and play fields. Utilities substations. Churches and other places of worship, including educational buildings related thereto. Community service structures and use such as community service centers, libraries, fire stations, civic, cultural or recreational uses. Wholesaling, warehousing, storage, supply, and distribution.

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8640 Old Number Six Highway Santee, SC 29142

  • Price: $199,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 97 Days
  • Updated: 53 min ago
  • ID#: 22006968
0
Beds
0
Baths
0
½ Baths
1.45
Acres
Neighborhood:
None
County:
Orangeburg
Area:
Orangeburg - Lake Marion Area
Elementary School:
Out Of Area
Middle School:
William J. Clark Middle
High School:
Lake Marion High School And Technology Center
Property Description
Zoned General Commercial in the Town Of Santee. Water & Sewer & Power capacity in place for Commercial Development. Located walking distance from I-95, McDonalds, Starbucks, Hotels and at the entrance of a new D.R Horton subdivision with commercial frontage on OLD Number 6 hwy and subdivision right away. Site is prepped, cleared and ready for development. This zoning district is intended to accommodate a variety of general commercial and residentialuses characterized primarily by retail, office and service establishments and oriented primarily tomajor traffic arteries or extensive areas of predominately commercial usage and characteristics. Permitted principal uses and structures.Retail establishments.Service and repair establishments.Personal service establishments including such uses as beauty shops, barber shops, shoe repair shop, dry cleaning and laundry dressmaking and tailoring. Offices (business, professional, governmental). Photography studios, art studios, art galleries, art sales, interior design studios, craft studios, craft sales, antique shops. Financial institutions. Eating and drinking establishment, including drive-in eating and drinking establishments, provided the sale of alcoholic beverages account for less than 50 percent of gross revenues. Wholesaling and distribution establishments not involving over 8,000 square feet of area for storage of wares to be wholesaled or distributed. Commercial recreation and entertainment structures and uses, such as theaters, bowling alleys, miniature golf courses, and the like. Hotels and motels. Commercial parking lots and parking garages. Commercial printing and job printing establishments. Radio stations, television stations, not including towers or dishes over sizes allowed in this article. Passenger terminals. Veterinary establishments, provided that all animals are kept within suitably designed soundproof, air conditioned buildings. Funeral homes. Single- and two-family dwellings excluding mobile homes. Business and vocational schools not involving operations of an industrial nature. Non-profit private clubs and lodges, civic and fraternal organizations. Ambulatory and health care related facilities, clinics, laboratories. Parks, playgrounds, and play fields. Community service structures and uses such as community service centers, libraries, fire stations, civic, cultural or recreational uses. Churches and other places of worship, including educational buildings related thereto. Automobile service stations and repair garages including car washes and auto parts shops provided there is no outside storage or parking of vehicles without current license plates and inspection stickers. Automobile sales and service. Cemeteries. Day nurseries and kindergartens are subject to the provision of section 44-115. Laboratories and establishments for fitting, repair, or production of eyeglasses, hearing aids, or prosthetic devices. Permitted accessory uses and structures. Structures and uses which are: Customarily accessory and clearly incidental and subordinate to permitted principal uses and structures: Located wholly on the same lot as the permitted principal use structure. Research uses to include theoretical and applied research in all the sciences, product development and testing, engineering development, and marketing development. Truck terminals, freight terminals, and passenger terminals. Light manufacturing and processing. When incidental to a permitted use, outdoor storage lots and yards, (except automobile junkyards) scrap yards, salvage yards, or yards used in whole or in part for scrap or salvage operations or for processing storage, display, or sales of junk, scrap, salvaged or recyclable materials (bulk sales, storage or display of lumber or building materials and supplies.) Retail establishments, sales and display rooms. Offices. Photography studios, art studios, art galleries, art sales, interior design studios, craft studios, craft sales, antique shops, establishments for teaching of music, dancing or other performing arts. Financial institutions. Hotels and motels. Eating and drinking establishments, including drive-in eating and drinking establishments. Personal service establishments. Business service establishments. Service and repair establishments including automobile service stations and repair garages. Amusement, recreational, and entertainment establishments. Laboratories and establishments for fitting, repair, or production of eyeglasses, hearing aids, or prosthetic devices. Radio and television stations, not including towers or dishes over sizes allowed in this article. Veterinary establishments. Commercial printing and job printing. Business schools and vocational schools not involving use of an industrial nature which would not otherwise be permitted in this district. Rehabilitation centers. Parking lots and parking garages. Nonprofit clubs, lodges, civic and fraternal organizations. Parks, playgrounds, and play fields. Utilities substations. Churches and other places of worship, including educational buildings related thereto. Community service structures and use such as community service centers, libraries, fire stations, civic, cultural or recreational uses. Wholesaling, warehousing, storage, supply, and distribution.
Exterior Features

Lot Description 1 - 2 Acres

Property Features

Subsection None Uses Commercial Zoning Commercial

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Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS® logo Real estate listing marked with the CTMLS logo or an abbreviated logo are provided courtesy of the Charleston Trident MLS Broker Reciprocity Database. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS or Cheryll Woods-Flowers | Coldwell Banker. Data last updated: 2022-06-27T22:35:05.55.
 
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