Tucker Family Farms Packing Shed

77,769 +/- Sq Ft Facility located on 11.33+/- Acres. The property is located inside the city limits of Tifton. The property is currently utilized as a vegetable processing plant. With ample Office, Warehouse, and Packaging space,you are gonna want to take a closer look at this great property. Contact us today to schedule a showing for information on this property (229) 890-2437

Tucker Family Farms Packing Shed
Offered Exclusively by Weeks Auction Group


Price: $1,695,000

Property Address: 3090 South U.S. Hwy 41, Tifton, Georgia 31794

County: Tift

Property Type: Commercial – Currently Used for Vegetable Processing

Parcel Size in Acres: 11.33 +/- Acres

Square Footage: 77,769 +/- Sq. Ft.

Year Built: 1984

Building Height: Various Eave Heights

Construction: Metal Roof and Reinforced Concrete Floors Warehouse with (7) Coolers

Parking: Asphalt for Vehicles and Semis

Zoning: C-4 Commercial

Electricity: On-Site

Waste: City Sewer

Water: City Water and 6” Well Onsite

Air Conditioning: Central HVAC in Office Areas

Floors: Reinforced Concrete

Ceiling Height: Various

Internal Docks: Two Internal Docks

External Docks: 16 Receiving / 20 Shipping

Building Depth: Various
Elevators: None

Additional Interior Features: See Property Description

Construction: Metal

Foundation: Concrete

Roof: Metal

Siding: Metal

Frontage Street: South U.S. Hwy 41

Tax Parcel ID: T061023 – 5.29 Acres
T061026 – 6 Acres

GPS Coordinate: 31° 25.643'N 83° 29.765'W

Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/hScjnyWBnF12

Taxes (2018): T061023 - $320.79
T061026 - $21,246.74

Important Selling Features:

The property is located inside the city limits of Tifton. The property is currently utilized as a vegetable processing plant.

Office Building (Attached to Processing Plant): A 3,248 SF brick veneer building with metal roof and concrete slab floor constructed in 1984. The building has 10’ eave height and a finished interior including approximately ten offices, three restrooms, a conference room, two filing rooms, an IT room and a 455 SF canopy at the front of the building.

Warehouse Building/Processing Plant/Cold Storage: A 74,521 SF metal building built in 1984 with a metal roof, a, reinforced concrete floor, and various eave heights. The warehouse building has approximately 16 receiving doors, 20 load out doors, three canopies of 944 SF, 1,296 SF and 5,460 SF for a total of 7,700 SF in canopies, and a 7,336 SF receiving dock. This building also includes the following:
 

  • Two Story Office: A 1,512 SF brick office building (756 SF per floor) with 648 SF located inside the warehouse building and 864 SF located outside the warehouse building. The office building has offices and restrooms on both floors and also large windows for viewing the processing area.
  • Receiving Office: A 376 SF office located inside the warehouse building.
  • Storage Room: A 380 SF room located inside the warehouse building.
     

The building has seven (7) coolers with a total of 26,180 SF of cooled space and a total capacity of 508,512 cubic feet.
 

  • Cooler No. 1: 3,200 SF (64’ X 50’) and 24’ eaves with a total capacity of approximately 76,800 cubic feet. This cooler is racked for stacking 4 (48’ X 48’ X 48’) boxes high. The cooler is lighted by high pressure type light fixtures and is accessed by one 10’ X 12’ Hercules sliding cooler door.
  • Cooler No. 2: 3,944 SF (68’ X 58’) and 24’ eaves with a total capacity of approximately 94,656 cubic feet. This cooler is racked for stacking 4 (48’ X 48’ X 48’) boxes high. The cooler is lighted by fluorescent light fixtures and is accessed by one 10’ X 12’ Hercules sliding cooler door.
  • Cooler No. 3: 4,176 SF (72’ X 58’) and 24’ eaves with a total capacity of approximately 100,224 cubic feet. The cooler is lighted by fluorescent light fixtures and is accessed by several 10’ X 12’ Hercules sliding cooler doors. This cooler is interconnected with Cooler No. 4 so that fork lifts can enter into one cooler and go through a sliding door into the other cooler and can also exit from either cooler through separate doors.
  • Cooler No. 4: 4,060 SF (70’ X 58’) and 24’ eaves with a total capacity of approximately 97,440 cubic feet. The cooler is lighted by fluorescent light fixtures and is accessed by several; 10’ X 12’ Hercules sliding cooler doors. This cooler is interconnected with Cooler No. 3 so that fork lifts can enter into one cooler and go through a sliding door into the other cooler and can also exit from either cooler through separate doors.
  • Cooler No. 5: 2,160 SF (48’ X 45’) and 12’ eaves with a total capacity of approximately 25,920 cubic feet. This cooler is racked for stacking only 2 (48’ X 48’ X 48’) boxes high. The cooler is lighted by fluorescent light fixtures and is accessed by one 10’ X 12’ Hercules sliding cooler door.
  • Blast Chiller Cooler No. 6: 3,744 SF (72’ X 52’) and 12’ eaves with a total capacity of approximately 44,928 cubic feet. This is an open space cooler with ceiling mounted cooling units as are all the other coolers. Additionally, at the floor level there are four blast coolers where fresh produce can be stacked in a configuration so cold air is forced through the row of stacked produce for rapid cooling. This cooler is racked for stacking 4 (48’ X 48’ X 48’) boxes high. The cooler is lighted by fluorescent light fixtures and is accessed by several Hercules sliding cooler doors.
  • Cooler No. 7: 4,896 SF (72’ X 68’) and 14’ eaves with a total capacity of approximately 68,544 cubic feet. This cooler is racked for stacking only 2 (48’ X 48’ X 48’) boxes high. The cooler is lighted by fluorescent light fixtures and is accessed by one 10’ X 12’ Hercules sliding cooler door.


The remainder of the building is a large processing area.

  • Prefab Steel Storage Building: A 7,100 SF metal building built in 1977 with a reinforced concrete floor and a large sliding door at one end.
  • There is also a 310 SF well house, a 4-inch residential well, approximately 71,000 SF of asphalt paving, approximately 40,000 SF of concrete paving and 1,710 LF of six-foot chain-link fence located on the property. The Appraiser was informed that the processing equipment located on the subject property is not owned by the owners of the subject property.


For More Information Contact:
Mark L Manley CAI, AARE

Weeks Auction Group
(229) 891-1377
Mark@BidWeeks.com