This home is for auction. The price is the STARTING PRICE FOR THE AUCTION. Offers can be accepted PRIOR to auction. Auction date is set for February 28th 6pm! Property is eligible for a tax incentive program for historic properties Property may be viewed and inspected prior to auction date. This property is being sold AS-IS. Please read all terms and conditions for auction. Buyer's Brokers will receive 30% of what is received buy the listing agent as a commission. REAL ESTATE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SELLER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR NORMAL CLOSING COSTS WHICH INCLUDE: Their Own Attorney Fees Prorated Share of Taxes To Be Paid Up To The Day of Closing. All Association and Utility fees Will Be Paid up To The Day of Closing. Provide A Clear Marketable Title To the Property. BUYER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR NORMAL CLOSING COSTS: Their Own Attorney Fees **** A PRESET Earnest Money Deposit paid The Day of Sale For Each Property. Preparation of Deed with All Stamps Attached Closing in 30 (Thirty) Days from the Contract Date. Time is of the Essence. Contract Balance Due at Closing 10% Buyers Premium is Added to the Final Bid Price (The Winning Bid + the Buyers Premium = The Total Contract Price) Earnest Money Deposit is Non-Refundable ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE. PROPERTY IS BEING SOLD AS IS-WHERE IS, INCLUDING ALL FAULTS, ON THE DAY OF THE SALE. ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE AUCTION TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY PRINTED OR SPOKEN MATERIALS AND/OR ADVERTISEMENTS. THIS INFORMATION IS DERIVED FROM SOURCES THOUGHT TO BE RELIABLE, BUT NOT GUARANTEED. NEITHER JOHN T HENRY AUCTION, HENRY AND HENRY AUCTION REAL ESTATE CO., NOR THEIR AGENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURACY OF THE INFORMATION. John T Henry Auction and Henry & Henry Real Estate Auction Co Per the 2005 Historical and Architectural Survey of Conway Horry County South Carolina The Bell-Marsh House (1243), c. 1850; Of these the Bell-Marsh House and Gurganus-Collins House have been the least altered. Built by merchant Samuel Bell around 1850, the Bell-Marsh house originally stood near the corner of Ninth Avenue and Elm Street and was moved to its present location at the corner of Elm Street and Tenth Avenue in the 1930s when the Marsh family purchased it (Figure6A). The building also served as the Methodist Church Parsonage from 1875 until 1917.157 The house is constructed of board and batten and is one and one-half stories. It is L-shaped with an attached porch set on simple square pillars. The unique feature of this house is that fact that it appears to ben enclosed dogtrot, or a house that once contained an open, central hall. The central door (Figure 6B) is surrounded by flush boards rather than board and batten like there remainder of the dwelling. There is also a large support beam above the door, which extends the length of the flush board section. The door itself contains pilasters, architrave and a four-light ransom and is the only decorative feature of the house. Dogtrots are unusual in coastal regions of the South making this a rare example of this folk form.


Days On Site2


Bath(s) 2 Full
Story(s)Single Level

Additional Information

Est. Heated SqFt.1801-1900
Est. Under Roof SqFt.2601-2700
HOA Calculated Monthly0
HOA Dues FrequencyNone
Formal DiningYes
Ocean FrontNo
Ocean ViewNo
Bonus RoomNo
Boat SlipNo
Master DownNo
HOA Annual Amount0
Great RoomNo
Fencing / Fenced YardNo

Market Activity 29526

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Area Information

Zip Code29526
Area21C Conway central between Long
Community NameNot within a Subdivision
Elementary SchoolConway Elementary School
Middle SchoolConway Middle School
High SchoolConway High School
Listing VS Median (in Not within a Subdivision)
low | high
79% of Average
On Site:
low | high
2% of Average
Listing Updated: 02/14/2019
MLS Number: 1903464
Listing Provided By:
Chase Levy  of  Henry Henry Real Estate Auct