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Charming 3 BR, 2 BA true ranch on nice treed lot! Maintenance-free siding and newer roof. Living room features beautiful bay window with seat. Family room has box beam ceiling. Hardwood floors thoughout.

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Began: 07/22/06 at 10:00 AM MDT
INSPECTION
Began: 07/09/06 at 2:00 PM MDT
Ended: 07/09/06 at 4:00 PM MDT

INSPECTION
Began: 07/16/06 at 2:00 PM MDT
Ended: 07/16/06 at 4:00 PM MDT


Real Estate

  • Formal Living Room: 21×13, carpeted, large bay window
  • Kitchen: 13×10 disposal, painted wood cabinetry, furnace and water heater access
  • Living/Dining Room combo: 14×12, carpet, French style patio doorway, also garage access
  • Master Bedroom: 16×17, carpet, laundry closet, large closets (2)
  • Master Bathroom: Shower enclosure, corner vanity
  • Bedroom 2: 15×10, carpet, large closet
  • Bedroom 3: 11×10, carpet, large closet
  • Den/Study: 9×10, carpet, large storage closet
  • Attached one car garage 

 

 

 

 

 

   Features 

  •  Quiet tree-lined neighborhood
  • Maintenance-free steel siding with 5” gutters
  • Newer room (3 years)
  • Lots of storage space
  • Larger storage shed
  • Easy access to major highways or to downtown Liberty
  • Fenced back yard
  • Liberty schools 

Car: 

 2000 Dodge Intrepid sedan with 43,493 miles.  Loaded and well maintained

Furniture:   

 

 

 

 

Marble-top oak commode, 2-drawer golden oak dresser (nice), primitive punched-tin poplar pie safe (unusual), beautiful pre-Civil War walnut 4-drawer chest (top made of single plank of walnut), walnut 5-drawer Victorian dresser with hanky drawers, Victorian leather-seat piano stool with cast iron legs, small pine Windsor rocker, rush seat Windsor style side chairs (4), oak and poplar bent wood chairs (4), cast iron and cold rolled hat rack – neat, golden oak rocker (well made), walnut carved (back side) chair, primitive pine upper-corner cabinet, cast iron bakers rack, beautiful Eastlake-style Victorian walnut bed–full size with applied fruit carvings (nice), 3-drawer medium finished oak chest (very good condition/clean), quarter-sawn golden oak fall-front secretary desk with applied carving, Ethan Allen maple corner bookcase, maple 6-drawer dresser, maple keyhole desk, primitive pine candle stand, maple end-table, Empire style 6-drawer painted dresser, walnut poster bed full-size, primitive kitchen cabinet base (unusual), pine open-front corner shelf, oak pressed-back caned-bottom rocker, quilt rack, mahogany painted bookshelf, oak roll top desk, iron park bench, pair cast iron Singer sewing machine bases, walnut commode/washstand, Queen Anne style blue upholstered recliner, Lane upholstered recliner

Household:

Gibson 19 cu ft. refrigerator, RCA 21" color TV, JC Penney’s 25" color TV, Maytag heavy duty gas dryer, Maytag washer, Shop Vac, Sony portable CD player, Hoover dimensions vacuum, Kenmore upright freezer, brass floor lamp, Galanz microwave, Sony hi-fi stereo VCR plus, Sony CD/DVD player with remote and manual, Canon PowerShot A300 digital camera w/accessories (2003 model), heavy duty paper shredder, computer monitor-scanner-keyboard, large selection of misc. pots-pans-cups-glasses, large set of Pfalzgraff dishes–including cream/sugar-Salt/Pepper-teapot-serving platter, Corningware, stainless steel mixing bowls, Oven Bake, Gold Standard porcelain, electric casserole dish, brand new Calphalon skillet, Toastmaster 12-cup coffee maker, new in box cordless bottle opener, Pampered Chef apple corer, Sunbeam electric knife, Presto salad shooter  

 

 

 

 Collectibles: 

Sterling flatware (some coin silver), souvenir spoons including Campbell soup, Missouri, Radio advertising, Mickey Mouse, etc., 48-star flag, Shawnee King Corn pitcher, Lots of early McCoy pottery, including large jardenier, Depression glass, including shakers with good lids, 11 Johnson Bros. bone dishes, Fire King jadite mixing bowl, large collection of blue/white porcelain with multiple makers: Occupied Japan, Spode, Adams, Old English Staffordshire, Taylor Smith Taylor, Vernon Kilns, etc., wonderful early Tonquin Royal Staffordshire platter; early salt glaze water cooler; tons of advertising items:  bottles, plates, silverware, tins, magazines (Colliers, Ladies Home Journal, Evening Post, McCall’s, Modern Priscilla, Woman’s Home Companion), books, early newspapers, grocery store memorabilia, automobile, banks, prints, mirrors, store fixtures from names such as Edison, Folgers, Ford, Moon Automobile, Arbuckles Coffee, Starkist, and many more; Hundreds of dolls from 1920’s to 1970’s, early GI Joe, Kiddles, Trolls, bed dolls, Popeye, Raggedy Ann & Andy, Bionic Man, Johnny Quest characters, composition, china, storybook dolls, bisque, made in Germany, advertising (McDonald’s, Starkist, Pillsbury, etc.), WWII memorabilia, hand-painted plates, primitive railroad wood box (unusual), unusual cast aluminum gothic porch lights (2) 

 

Glass/Porcelain:  

Huge selection of coffee/teapots from makers like Royal Albert, Nippon, Germany, hand-painted plates with floral and game scenes, manufacturers like Royal Imperial, Royal Daulton, R.S. Germany, Bavaria, Wedgewood, Stinthal, Holly Hobby, Three Crowns, Haviland, elegant Heisey, pressed glass, depression glass (pink and cobalt blue) including shakers with good lids; button and daisy in blue and amber, 11 Johnson Bros. bone dishes, Fire King jadite mixing bowl, large collection of blue/white porcelain with multiple makers: Occupied Japan, Spode, Adams, Old English Staffordshire, Taylor Smith Taylor, Vernon Kilns, etc., wonderful early Tonquin Royal Staffordshire platter; early salt glaze water cooler

Vintage Clothing: 

High-top brown leather ladies boots, vintage wedding dresses, bridesmaids’ gowns, silk& lace beaded formal and party dresses; 1900’s white lace nighties, blouses, collars, large selection of lace doilies, tea towels, tablecloths, aprons, hankies, quilt blocks, curtains, runners, napkins, pillows, fabric; WWII Navy dress blues and other clothing items; chenille bedspreads 

Art/Prints:

Large collection of prints: Conciliator by A.B. Frost-unusual ink/pencil 1900’s in matching custom oak-exquisite; 1910 Lone Wolf, Victorian lady calendar, Apollo 11 Journey to the Moon, Hal Hursh Victorian formal dress couple on ice in walnut frame-excellent; scenic lake/canoe in primitive oak frame; farm scene in oak ornate frame

Tools:  

Large selection of small wood working hand tools, vises, clamps, Ryobi corner sander (2), small jig saw, lots of refinishing items, tons of scrap wood, Lawn Chief Mulchmaster leaf grinder, Mantis Chipmate electric limb chipper, wooden step ladder, fiberglass handled extension limb trimmer, 20 ft aluminum ladder, seed, 5gal metal gas can, 100’s of primitive & vintage tools (wooden planners, squares, rulers, levels, clamps, vises, saws, hatches, files, shears, hammers, bit & brace, scrapers, old automobile tools) 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All information contained in this and other advertisements was obtained from sources believed to be accurate. However, no warranty or guarantee, expressed or implied, is intended or made. All buyers must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. This property is offered for sale to qualified buyers without regard to prospective buyer’s race, color, religion, sex, marital status or national origin. All announcements made at the auction take precedence over any other information or printed matter. Neither the auction company nor the seller makes or has made any representation or warranty with respect to the accuracy, correctness, or completeness of the information, the contents or meaning of the information, or the valuation of the real estate and shall not be held liable. Any decision to purchase or not to purchase the real estate is the sole and independent business decision of the potential buyer. No recourse or cause of action will lie against any of the above-mentioned parties should buyer become dissatisfied with its decision, whatever it may be, at a later date.

CONTRACTS: The successful bidder must sign all documents and contracts immediately upon conclusion of the auction.

EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT: A 5% non-refundable earnest money deposit shall be required of the successful bidder immediately following the auction.

BUYER’S PREMIUM: A buyer’s premium of ten percent (10%) shall be added to the successful bidder’s high bid and included in the total purchase price to be paid by the successful bidder.

REAL ESTATE CLOSING: Buyers must close within 30 days of the auction date. Time is of the essence. The entire purchase price must be paid by cashiers or certified check, or wired funds at closing. Upon payment in full of the purchase price, the buyer shall be entitled to a general warranty deed for said property.

REAL ESTATE BROKERS: A commission of 3% calculated on the successful buyer’s high bid, shall be paid (where allowed by law) to the qualified broker who is duly licensed in Missouri, whose properly registered client is the successful bidder at the auction, and whose client pays for and settles on the property by the closing date. A broker shall not be entitled to any commission on account of any sale to entity of which (or of any affiliate of which) the broker is a principal, employee or affiliate, or immediate family member. Brokers must register their prospective clients on the appropriate form by contacting Cates Auction & Realty, Co. The form must be submitted via fax, (816) 781-1135 no later than 48 hours prior to the auction date. For Saturday, Sunday, or Monday auctions, the form must be received in our office, no later than 12:00 Noon on Friday prior to the auction date. If a legal entity is the Client, the principals must be disclosed.

AGENCY: The Auctioneer is acting as agent on behalf of the seller only. During bidding, the Auctioneer has the right to reject any raise that, in his opinion, is not commensurate with the value of the offering. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the Auctioneer’s decision is final. Should there be any dispute after the sale, Cates Auction & Realty, Co.’s record of final sale shall be conclusive.

RIGHTS: All announcements made the day of sale take precedence over any prior written or verbal terms of sale. If any conditions contained here-in are not complied with by the successful buyer, Cates Auction & Realty, Co. may, in addition to asserting all remedies available by law, including the right to hold defaulting buyer liable for the purchase price, either (a) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages any payment made by such buyer; (b) resell the property without reserve at public auction; or (c) take such other action as it deems necessary or appropriate. The retention of the bidder’s deposit shall not limit any rights or remedies of Cates Auction & Realty, Co., or the seller(s) with respect to the buyer’s default. If the property is resold, the original defaulting buyer shall be liable for payment of any deficiency in the purchase price and all costs and expenses, the expenses of both sales, reasonable attorney’s fees, commissions, incidental damages, and all other charges due hereunder.

AUCTION REGISTRATION: Registration will begin one hour before the sale. To register, a prospective bidder must provide name, residence address, phone number, fax number, social security number, and a valid driver’s license. By registering, a prospective bidder is acknowledging that he or she has read and agrees to be bound by the Terms and Conditions of Sale.

PURCHASE AND SALE AGREEMENT: The successful bidder shall execute a Purchase and Sales Agreement (P&S) immediately after being declared the winning bidder by the Auctioneer. Upon execution by the Seller, the P&S will supersede all printed material and will serve as the governing document for sale of the property. The P&S contains an acknowledgment that the purchaser has inspected the property prior to the auction, is relying solely on his/her inspection of the property in making the decision to purchase, and is purchasing the property “as is, where is” with all faults and without reliance on any warranty of any kind whatsoever. No changes in the Terms and Conditions of the P&S will be permitted. A sample P&S is included in the Property Information Package available at www.CatesAuction.com and at auction registration.

FINANCING: Financing is not a contingency of sale in this offering. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that potential bidders ensure in advance that they are able to obtain the necessary financing to close the transaction. If purchaser cannot obtain financing on the property because he/she cannot fulfill terms or does not qualify, then purchaser must either close for cash within the contractual period or forfeit his/her earnest money deposit.

TAXES: Taxes are to be prorated between Purchaser & Seller as of the closing date.

I35 to 152 Hwy, east past 291 Hwy, to Dains St., south to Sunset, then west to 911 (by United Methodist Church)

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