Burdick, go 2 miles west on BB Ave. then 1 mile North on 3000 rd. then ½ mile
East on AA Ave. OR from Hwy 77/56
Jct 340th. East of Lost Springs, go 3 miles east on 340th/BB Ave, then
1 mile north on 3000 rd, then ½ mile east on AA Ave.
REAL ESTATE (sells first at 9:00)
2 tracts – Marion & Morris County property
Tract 1 – 157.6 acres with Rural Residence
description: NW/4 16-17-5 Morris Co. KS
AA Ave. Herington, KS
farm is improved with a nice ranch style home having 1,512 sq. ft. living area,
4 bedrooms, 1 bath, and forced air heat. Minimal maintenance exterior has vinyl
siding and metal roof. The interior will need some updating however this home
is worthy of the effort. It will be
considered to offer the Home and small acreage separate from the farm if we
have buyer interest in doing so. Please
indicate to us your interest!!
The land acreage consists of
48.61 acres cultivated cropland, approx. 55 acres of brome grass and the
balance is native grasses. This is a nice
diversified use farm with mixed grasses and cropland acreage that would be a
nice addition to any livestock program.
Open House: Tuesday evening
March 24, 4:00 to 7:00 PM
Tract 2 – 155.33 acres Native Grassland
Description: SW/4 19-18-5 Marion Co. KS
Lincolnville, 2 miles South on Hwy 77/56 then 1 ½ mile East on 270th.
Description: 155.33 taxable acres of gentle rolling native
grassland. This is a very clean pasture with desirable native grasses and is
easily driven over by vehicle. Livestock are watered by a good pond that is
centrally located. The property has access from a gravel road along the south
boundary and is only 1 ½ miles off the hwy.
Mineral rights transfer with the property (There has been past minimal
production). If you need grazing acreage
for your livestock you will like what you see in this pasture!!
PERSONAL PROPERTY — THE SALE OF THE PERSONAL PROPERTY HAS BEEN POSTPONED TILL A FUTURE DATE
Estate Terms: TERMS: Earnest
money deposit in the sum of $20,000.00 due day of sale for each tract payable
to Security 1st Title. The balance will be due in full at closing which shall
be on or before May 4, 2020. Title insurance and closing fees will be divided
equally between buyer and seller. 2019 taxes were $1,656.46 for tract 1 and
$507.84 for tract 2. 2020 taxes will be prorated to closing. All financing
arrangements and /or inspections must be made prior to the auction. The property is being sold in an “AS-IS”
condition and is not subject to financing or appraisal. All information is
gathered from Marion Co. & Morris Co. sources and is deemed reliable but
not guaranteed. Statements made day of
sale take precedence over any advertisements, printed material or previous
statements. Leppke inc.is the agent of
Many of these items
have been in the family for generations.
This will be a fun sale of nice collectibles and interesting items, many
from the local area. There are lots of
pictures on our website. Come enjoy the day with us!
1980 Chevy Impala 4 door (hasn’t been run for 2 years) –
8’x20’ enclosed heavy metal storage container/van box – Black Max 6800-8500 12
Antique/collectible: Oak wall cabinet with pull down maps from the old Bethel School — Oak 4 drawer dresser w/ mirror — 2 drawer cabinet — 2)oak 5 drawer chest of drawers — 2) buffets — wood dining table — 3 drawer chest of drawers — oak library table — matching waterfall front dresser & chest of drawers — oak school desk chair — numerous old wood cabinets — Camel back and flat top trunks — misc. wooden chairs & tables — several large old wooden trunks — metal double bed — Philco radio — wall shelves — dove tail box w/ lid — wood folding chairs — 3 chrome chairs — 2 beds and 1 cot — Old quilts, linens, etc. – misc. vintage clothing — leather jacket — old scarves — patterns — Old vases & flower pots — old bottles & Jars — canning jars — picnic basket — misc. pictures & frames — coal bucket — washboard — old buttons — misc. old tins, cans and containers — Velvet tabacco cans — ice tongs — several crocks — granite pans, bowls and more — old horse bits and wooden stirrup — leather corn husker — cow bells — pocket knives — belt buckles — whisky and pop bottles — cigar boxes — Daisy BB gun — oil lamps — old elect fan — lots of old books, magazines, assorted papers, scrap books, cook books — cast iron pots — caps — frog collection — serving trays — old utensils — globe — box of knife steels — White Mountain ice cream freezer — H.D. Lee Merc. Co. chile powder 10lb. tin — bushel baskets — Apple peeler — several metal bread boxes — Jocko marble game — Satchell Carlson elect radio — Gold Star transport metal semi- truck and trailer — old leather baseball glove — Army Air Force Uniform(Pants, Shirt, wool Jacket, wool Formal Overcoat) — misc. old tools — pen/pencil collection — numerous items from the old Lincolnville Coop and Standard station — HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: 2 refrigerators — Coronado chest freezer — Whirlpool elect dryer — misc. chairs — divan — metal wardrobe and metal storage cabinets — metal shelving — homemade gun cabinet w/ top storage box — double bed — sev. chest of drawers — Sewing machine in cabinet — Metal file — lawn chairs — misc. mens jackets/gloves etc. — ice chests and water cooler –luggage — elect. lamps — elect fans — misc. fishing rods and reels and tackle (some old) — KITCHEN ITEMS INCLUDING: misc. small appliances, pots and pans, baking pans, mixing bowls, misc. dishes and glassware, cups, utensils, Pyrex, mixing bowls, Tupperware, etc.
SELLERS: The estate of Elmer, Leona, and Bertha Otte