We have been commissioned by the guardianship and it has been approved by the court to offer the property at absolute auction. Ms. Thelma Boyce 96 years young has been in assisted living since December 2009 and has requested her home be sold at public auction.
This older 1.5 story home on Harrison Avenue offers, 2 bedrooms 1 bath on the main level and the second floor has been converted into 1 bedroom apartment. The home has a full unfinished basement suitable for storage and laundry, the home has central heat & air conditioning. This home is within walking distance to old downtown Clarksville, the river walk, convenience store and other points of interest. The apartment is currently rented for $300 per month and the tenant wishes to remain. The property is on seperate electric meters but shared water, and gas utilities between the 2 premises.
Personal Property: We have been uncovering new discoveries everyday; including but not limited to a few pieces of orange Fiestaware (3 pieces), some Roseville, Zimmerman hand-blown glass, Bavaria train pieces, Wagner ware, an old mantle clock, Kentucky Derby glasses, a Regulator clock, iron & aluminum ware, Noritake china, Homer-Laughlin, salt & pepper shakers, several Colgate bowling trophies, 1937 floodphoto of Colgate, colored glass, crocks, costume jewelry, vintage gas cooking stove, old bottles & jars, old coins, old currency, Silver Certificates, foriegn currency, a Savage model 1903 w/missing clip, Cast Iron dog boot scraper, cast iron Bull Dog, garden plow, lawn equipment, electric mower, old tools and much more. There will also be an antique dresser, a maple kitchen set, a corner cabinet, bedroom furniture, end tables, and other furniture items. Please check back from time to time to see what we have uncovered. All items will be sold as -is with no warranty, refunds or exchanges, Cash, Visa, & MasterCard, are the only forms of payment accepted on the personal property. No sales tax & NO BUYER's Premium.
Real Estate Terms:
There will be a $5,000 non-refundable down payment made at time of auction. Cash, cashier’s check or a good local personal check, with a bank letter of guaranteed credit addressed to the auction company, must be presented to the auction company before the bidding process begins. Balance of the final purchase price must be presented at closing within 30 days from the day of auction. All property taxes will be prorated at time of closing. Additional terms may be announced at time of auction and all announcements made on day of auction shall take precedence over all previous announcements. The property will be sold as-is with no warranty, refunds or exchanges. The property will be sold at absolute auction. It shall be the bidder's responsibility to determine suitability of the property prior to the bidding process. The property will be sold with no contingencies. Lead Based Paint inspection period to begin August 4, 2010. Real estate only will be available for inspections or preview beginning August 4 and an open house for the real estate will be held on Sunday, August 8, 2 - 4 PM, there is no preview of the personal property until the day of auction. All inspections welcome at buyers expense prior to auction, but property is being sold as-is. Watch this website for details or changes. For additional information or to schedule a real estate inspection appointment during the scheduling period please call: John McGinnis, CAI, CES, CAGA, at 812-282-7253 Office or Fran Evola, Broker, Real Estate Unlimited 812-288-6080. Thelma Boyce, Guardianship, Matt Jacobs, Attorney - Guardian, Mary Lee Whelan, Guardian. John McGinnis, Indiana Auctioneer's License AU19600081.