Owners moving out of state. Absolute auction, all sells to the highest bidders on location:
Real estate features a century Victorian home built in 1873 and completely remodeled in 1999. Beautiful setting & landscaping (37 acres total). All brick with huge wrap-around porch. Main floor has custom Amish-built ash kitchen w/ SS appliances, large formal dining room, living room, full bath w/ jetted tub, and main floor laundry. Second story has 3 bedrooms and a full bath. Walkout basement having updated LP gas furnace (2009), A/C (2002), 200-amp breaker electric, drilled water well (new pump 2009), and septic (2003). Entire renovation in 1999 including electrical, plumbing, drywall, insulation, kitchen, etc. Original bank barn restored with new foundation (2003), steel roof (2006), concrete floor (2003), and has 3 overhead doors on lower level. Very nice barn. Also, nice 2-car garage/shop built in 2004 with LP gas heat and overhead storage. Plus an inground pool w/ slide and pool shed. All mineral rights owned by seller shall transfer subject to any leases of record. Property offered as follows:
Approx. 6 acres with home & buildings
Approx. 17 acres wooded land with creek. Frontage on Low Rd. & Old SR 154. Borders railroad to rear. Located across from parcel 1.
Approx. 13.7 acres wooded land with creek frontage on Low Rd. Adjoins parcel 2. Borders railroad to rear.
MOWER – TOOLS:
Kubota ZD21 diesel mower, 62 deck, 644 hrs. – ladders – anvil – hardware organizers – wood planes – lawn tools – etc.
GLASSWARE – FURNITURE:
Loads of depression glass – old bottles – Seth Thomas mantle clock – set of china – early tin toys – custom cherry dining room suite w/ table, 14 chairs and breakfront china cabinet – mahogany sideboard w/ mirror top – mah. drum table – sofa – living room chairs – set of QA chairs – L-shaped office desk – TV cabinet – LG HDTV – secretary desk – church pew – butcher block top table – Victorian settee – picture frames – LGB train – loads early Christmas ornaments & lighting – sled – records – RR “W” sign – stoplight – (2) “don’t walk” signs – early books – pickle jars – kitchen wares – Breyer horses – Hess trucks – etc. Anything may turn up!