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Pair of San Marcos buildings on Pacific sold

The two flex industrial/office buildings, totaling approximately 8,500 square feet each at 133-135 Pacific St. in San Marcos 92069, have been sold for $1.35 million, cash.

The buyers were Noel T. Van Ness and Elizabeth K. Van Ness, trustees of The Van Ness Family 1991 Revocable Living Trust, 3330 Scenic Drive, Redding 96001.

The seller of the property (assessor's parcel 219-122-21) was Western Sunset LLC, a California limited liability company, with Gabriel Castano managing member.

The buildings' upper level is for offices, and the lower level is warehousing. The buildings were constructed in 1979 on a 42,689-square-foot lot. The property was sold in February 1999 for $871,000, with financing of $443,000 from Rancho Bernardo Community Bank.

The flex industrial/office building at 133 Pacific St. in San Marcos. Photo courtesy of CoStar

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