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Auction #140203

LEXINGTON 99-ACRE ABSOLUTE FARM AUCTION

ONLINE ONLY AUCTION!

Tillable and Wooded Land – Home & Buildings – Building Lots Lexington Schools - Offered in 5 Parcels

Location:

7078 County Road 47
Lexington, OH

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Category:
Real Estate > Agricultural
Type:
LIVE
Date:
Sat, Apr 18th
12:00 PM US/Eastern

Description

LEXINGTON 99-ACRE ABSOLUTE FARM AUCTION

*NEW DATE!* Saturday April 18th  ONLINE ONLY

Bidding Link

Tillable and Wooded Land – Home & Buildings – Building Lots Lexington Schools - Offered in 5 Parcels

Bidding Link

Property address:  7078 County Road 47, Lexington. From Lexington take Lexington Steam Corners Road west to State Route 314 then south to right on County Road 47 or from US Rte. 42 take 314 north to left County Road 47. Watch for RES signs. Pick up a brochure, walk the land at your leisure.

REAL ESTATE: Situated in the highly desirable Lexington School District, the High Family farm offers predominately tillable land with a good homestead. Of the total farm approximately 80 acres is currently tillable and pasture. The balance of the acreage is woods and wildlife habitat. Situated in the middle of the farm well off the road, the home and buildings offer an ideal setting. Amenities of the two-story home include the kitchen, dining room, family room, full bath, possible bedroom, and laundry on the first floor. The upstairs features 3 bedrooms as well as a full bath. The home could use updating but offers a good base and farmhouse character. Additional features include an attached 3 car garage, propane heat, and central air. Improvements on the property include a 60’x80’ pole building used for livestock and 40’x70’ pole building used for equipment storage. The buildings have had recent updates and provide a variety of uses. If you are looking for a good gentlemen’s farm, tillable ground, wooded hunting land, or a building lot in Lexington School District this property should be at the top of your list. The farm will be offered in parcels and as a whole selling to the highest bidder with No Minimums and No Reserves.
Parcel 1: 10.3 Acre lot ideal for your get away dream home. This parcel offers enough open land on the front for your home and pasture and a wooded wildlife sanctuary in the back.
Parcel 2: 45.4 acres nearly entirely open and tillable. The land is open and rolling with good surface drainage and some tile.
Parcel 3: The home, buildings, and 12.4 acres of open land. Add this to any of the adjacent parcels for a true Gentleman’s farm.
Parcel 4: 5-acre open building lot.
Parcel 5: 26 acres of good open land with woods to the rear.
Selling Order: We will offer parcel 3 first then parcels 1,2,4, and 5 choice by the acre. Once an individual is established on each parcel, we will the offer the farm in its entirety.

OPEN HOUSE: The home and buildings will be open for inspection on Monday March 16th from 4-6 PM. Private showings are available through Andy White 419-651-2152. You may also pick up a brochure in the info box on the property and walk the land at your leisure.

TAXES – LEGAL: Property is Morrow County parcel #P38-001-00-126-00 and #P38-001-00-124-00, Troy Township, Lexington Schools. Current taxes are $5,543.92 per year and will be prorated to the day of closing. Any CAUV recoupment will be at the buyer's expense. Successful purchaser’s will be given the right to farm prior to closing if weather permits.
TERMS: A non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price is due at the auction with the balance due at closing within 45 days. A 5% buyer's premium will be added to the final bid to determine the purchase price. All desired inspections need to be completed prior to closing. Additional information is available at www.RES.bid.

Bidding Link

Auction by order of The High Family Trust – Kathryn Joan High, Trustee 
Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley – Drew Turner
Seth Andrews, Broker

Tractors - Farm Equipment – Sheep Equip. - Tools
Collectables – Household
TRACTORS – EQUIPMENT : John Deere 3020, diesel, open station, nf, 3pt, single remote, 540/1000, 7076 hours (ser#T113R 112672R); John Deere 2510 diesel, open station, wf, 3pt, single remote, 540/1000, (ser#T713R 012284R); Farmall 340 gas, nf, fasthitch, 540, fenders; IH 434 diesel tractor with 185 loader (not running); sharp New Holland 145 single axle manure spreader, dual beaters; NI single axle manure spreader, dual beater (needs new web); New Holland 489 haybine; New Holland 258 rol-a-bar rake; NH 162 4 basket tedder (missing a basket; New Holland 310 baler with chute; (3) 16’ flatbed hay wagons; (3)Killbros gravity wagons, one with JD gear; 3 bottom 3pt plow; 3 bottom fasthitch plow; 10’ transport disc; 3pt 2 row cultivator; Massey Ferguson grain drill; John Deere 6’ brush hog; 3 pt blade; scrap pile; overhead fuel tanks; and more.
SHEEP – LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: Detecto 400# dial scale; sheep trimming stands; show boxes; assortment of sheep and livestock supplies; ear tags; feet trimmers; assorted metal and wood gates; wood and metal sheep feeders; poly feeders; water troughs; buckets; dog kennels; chicken nest; chicken feeders/waters; older bee hives;
MOWER - TOOLS – BARN MISC: Husqvarna 46” zero turn mower; Fimco 12v pull type sprayer; Troy Bilt rear tine rototiller; assorted hand tools: wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, pliers, etc; rolling toolboxes; a few power tools; JobSmart air compressor; air hose; good assortment of garden tools: shovels, rakes, forks, posthole diggers, pruners, brooms; chains and binders; electric motor; Hand crank corn sheller; walking plow; chicken crates; corn jabber; log tongs; hay hooks; 2 wagon loads of farm misc.
COLLECTABLES – HOUSEHOLD: DeLaval Pulso Pump oil can; Copper kettle; assorted farm primitives; milk cans; strainer; porcelain insulators; graniteware; lots of glass jars; oil lamps;
Old sheep and farm magazines; old farm and construction toys; Stanley pocket level; Pioneer Seed anniversary hats; cats meows; assorted glassware; large assortment of Budweiser steins; ducks unlimited steins; all sorts of knick knacks and collectables; vintage cameras; large selection of books; cook books; yard sticks and a few local advertising pieces; games; all sorts of household items; dishes; flatware; kitchen supplies; pots and pans; huge Tupperware collection; all sorts of totes and containers; old pictures and frames; towels and linens; dollies; 48 star flag; costume jewelry; several sheep pelts; a large selection of box lots; and much, much more.
FURNITURE - APPLIANCES: marble top high back dresser; oak 3 corner entertainment center; 3 pc. Maple bedroom suite; 3-piece blonde bedroom suite; cedar wardrobe; trunks; blanket chests; chest of drawers; nightstands; White treadle sewing machine; Frigidaire refrigerator; Maytag Gemini glass top stove with double oven; microwave; front load washer and dryer.  
Auction note:  Additional details are available at www.RES.bid.

Auction by order of The High Family Trust – Kathryn Joan High, Trustee

Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley – Drew Turner
Seth Andrews, Broker

 

Directions

Auction will be held on location at 7078 County Road 47, Lexington. From Lexington take Lexington Steam Corners Road west to State Route 314 then south to right on County Road 47 or from US Rte. 42 take 314 north to left County Road 47. Watch for RES signs.

Terms

TERMS: A non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price is due at the auction with the balance due at closing within 45 days. A 5% buyer's premium will be added to the final bid to determine the purchase price. All desired inspections need to be completed prior to closing. Additional information is available at www.RES.bid.

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