Herb Rempel Estate 1.5 story Tudor, Antiques & Collectables

SAT. 4/11 @ 10 AM: Charming 1.5 Story Tudor with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, eat-in-kitchen, living room w/fp, dining room, partial fin. basement, hardwood floors, new roof, new windows on north side, updated furnace, 2 car garage and more!

Began: 04/11/09 at 10:00 AM CDT
Location: 101 N. Ridge Avenue, Liberty, MO 64068
Began: 03/29/09 at 2:00 PM MDT
Ended: 03/29/09 at 4:00 PM MDT

Began: 04/05/09 at 2:00 PM CDT
Ended: 04/05/09 at 4:00 PM CDT
Location: 101 N. Ridge Avenue, Liberty, MO 64068

Main Floor:

Kitchen & Breakfast Nook: 8×15; Kenmore built-in oven (newer); Frigidaire smooth surface electric stove (newer); ceiling fan

Family Room: 9×14; carpet over hardwood; ceiling fan; French doors to sun porch; built-in phone nook

Dining Room: 11×11; carpet over hardwood; ceiling fan

Living Room: 13×18; gas start, wood burning fireplace; carpet over hardwood; large picture window

Master Bedroom: 11×11; hardwood; closet w/built-in drawers & laundry shoot

Sun Porch:7×20; carpet; ceiling fan

Hall Bathroom: 7×8; shower/tub combo; built-in linen closets (2)

Over-Sized One-Car Garage: 14×28; Genie door opener; 2nd floor access ladder 


Second Floor:

Bedroom 2: 16×30; carpet; several storage/closet enclosures 

Play Room: 10×15; wide plank pine flooring

Store Room: 13×20; newer replacement thermal window

Partial Finished Basement  

Eat-In Kitchen: 10×13; Westinghouse electric stove; breakfast bar

Bathroom/Laundry Room: 7×8; shower enclosure; washer & electric dryer hook up; built-in linen closet

Living Room: 7×20; with 3×7 cedar lined closet  

Utility Room: 4×15; HVAC and water heater access

Canning Room: 8×16

1-Car Garage: 10×28






Lennox 90% Efficient HVAC installed 2000

Newer ‘A’ Coil 2003

Newer Roof 2008

Corner Lot

Possible Multi-Unit (Mother-In-Law?)

8×10 Garden Shed 


Antique Furniture: 

Oak possum-belly utility cabinet; beautiful tiger oak buffet w/beveled mirror; exceptional late-century (1800’s) oak ‘hat box’ chiffarobe w/beveled mirror & matching marble top oak wash stand; mid to late-century oak platform rocker; oak late-century wash stand/commode;  mid-century marble top walnut wash stand; primo oak curved & leaded glass secretary w/ball & claw feet & beveled mirror; great round butcher block on heavy turned legs; punched side pie safe; 3 twist wire soda fountain chairs; oak 2-door/2-drawer wardrobe (nice size); primitive pine wardrobe; freshly stripped 4-drawer late-century chest of drawers w/carver escutcheons & spoon carvings; 4 oak kitchen chairs; maple tea cart; oak quilt rack; walnut Renaissance Revival (mid-century) marble-topped dresser w/mirror & applied carvings; 1960’s Modern walnut dining room set: table w/6 chairs, china cabinet & buffet (excellent condition); numerous pcs wicker ware; Singer sewing machine in delicate walnut cabinet; primitive cobbler’s bench; 2-pc maple chest of drawers & dresser; oak telephone table w/chair; primitive pine feed box; French Provincial vanity; quarter-sewn oak child’s or salesman sample parlor table; king-sized bed w/brass headboard & queen size mattress/box springs on Hollywood frame (both contemporary). 



Springfield/J. Stevens .410 shotgun single shot w/ 3” chamber (plastic stock); lots cast iron banks & miniature stoves;  wooden butter presses; oil lamps; several quilts; 1940-50’s table clothes; hat pins; Buckeye Coaster wooden wagon; Old Ben Candlestick wall clock;  pressed & wheel cut glass; chalk ware Kewpie (carnival premium?); lots hand done linens & vintage clothing; carnival glass; 1891 christening dress in case w/original photograph; oak kitchen mantle clock with German works; Meakin ironstone pitcher & bowl set; Jewel Tea set:  (2) bowls, sm pitcher, S & P; German, Bavarian, & American mustache cups; salt glaze salt box; china spittoons; heavy gold-rimmed dinnerware including: beer pitcher & (6) tumblers, berry serving bowl w/6 bowls, covered butter dish, cream & sugar, spooner, etc.(Heisey?); lots of quality silver plate items including: covered butter, tea strainer, S & P’s, tea service set, platters, covered casserole, lg chafing dish, etc.; Rev-O-Noc cast iron wall-mounted coffee grinder; early barrel-style butter churn; early 1900’s German hand-painted plates; several cedar jewelry chests; Shirley Temple cobalt pitcher; hand-painted early 1900’s German bowls; metal Coolerator icebox; Ansonia Clock Co. oak 8-day schoolhouse clock; Red Wing 5-gallon crock pat 1945; Morten Co. railroad stool; tin picnic basket; Griswold #8 waffle griddle; Seth Thomas mantle clock; lots match safes; pitcher pump; cream can; Occupied Japan; pair porcelain slippers—ladies head, floral; WWI British helmet; ice tongs; rug beaters; vintage scales;  gigantic copper candy-makers kettle; misc sterling flatware; 8-place setting Wm Bros silver plate in case; ‘Spirit Horse No. 2’ print in frame; lg china doll; quilt tops; bubble glass ornate oval frames (5); early Japanese tin litho fire ladder truck; Tom Thumb child’s cash register; Ohio Art tin litho top & drum; straight razors & straps; velvet/celluloid photo albums; cast iron Griswold fruit & lard press; Reading Hardware #78 apple peeler; leather collar box w/collars; Dietz lanterns; huge lot of albums:  45, 33 1/3, 78; Cola Cooler. 



Maytag washer & newer electric dryer; Frigidaire 18 cu ft refrigerator; Newer Frigidaire 18 cu ft refrigerator; Sharp & Galaxy microwaves; Sovereign portable sewing machine; newer Kenmore dehumidifier; Hoover Elite vacuum; Bissell Little Green Machine—NIB; Juliette Solid State am/fm/8-track stereo; pots & pans; cooking utensils; misc sm appliances; Tupperware; 8-place setting Oneida stainless steel flatware. 



Snapper 5hp self propelled mower; Misc hand tools; nut drivers; ratchets; numerous lawn & garden tools; several vintage tools: pipe/monkey wrenches, oilers, metal tractor seats; collection Schrader salesman sample automotive products; B & D electric drill; hand saws; sm bench vice; Weller soldering iron in case; stepladder.

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.

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


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


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.

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.


The successful bidder shall execute a Real Estate Sale Contract (RE Contract) immediately after being declared the winning bidder by the Auctioneer. Upon execution by the Seller, the RE Contract will supersede all printed material and will serve as the governing document for sale of the property. The RE Contract 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 RE Contract will be permitted. A sample RE Contract is included in the Property Information Package available at www.CatesAuction.com and at auction registration.


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

I-35 to 152 Hwy, east 1 mile to Ridge, north 1 block to address.

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