Romie Real Estate & Personal Property Auction
Listing ID#: 1280482

Auction Location

TROY, OH 45373
Auction Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Monday Apr 26, 2021 Completed
Auction Type
 Live Auction 
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Jerry Stichter Auctioneer

Contact: Jerry L. Stichter
Phone: (937) 216-9878
Email: jerry@stichterauctions.com
Website: www.stichterauctions.com/

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CASH or Check with required ID only! No Credit Cards. Obtain a Detailed Bidder's Packet for complete terms and conditions regarding the sale of the real estate!
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Romie Public Auction 
Bungalow Home w/ Garage, Buick Auto, Antiques & Tools 

TROY, OHIO

At 421 Summit Ave.  From I-75 take Exit 73 east on Rt 55, then immediately north on Dorset Rd to the round-a-bout, then east on McKaig Avenue to Heywood School & then south on Summit  2 blocks to auction site.  

MONDAY, APRIL 26, 2021 ~ TIME:  3:00 PM   
REAL ESTATE SELLS at 6:00 PM ~
OPEN HOUSE:  SATURDAY, APRIL 17   10:00 AM - NOON   or by appointment.

REAL ESTATE:  An older frame bungalow w/ open front porch, enclosed rear porch & single car garage on Troy’s west side w/ living room, dining room w/ window seat, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and one bath, plus a full basement.  You’ll like the location on Troy’s west side in the square of Summit, Drury, Ridge & Race.   Miami County Parcel ID:  D08-021140   Lot Size:  53’ x 130’  ~  RE Taxes:  $487.70 semi-annual. 

This auction has a minimum opening bid of $60,000 subject to confirmation.   The appraised market value  by the Miami County Auditor is $84,200.

Why at Auction?   In today’s market place, the seller is seeking a ready, willing & able buyer who can close on the property within 30 days after the auction for cash while accepting the property as they find it.   Obtain a Bidder’s Packet, tour the property, review the information, seek advice and be prepared to purchase on April 26th.  TERMS:  Offered at Reserve Auction with confirmation by the seller w/ $6,000 down the day of the auction with the balance due in 30 days.   Plan now to attend & take advantage of the auction method of marketing.   

AUTO: Buick Century, 1994 , 4 door w/ with182,642 miles.   This is an older auto, but looks clean and serviceable.      

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Dietz Scout mini lantern; Dietz No. 8 Air Pilot & No. 2 D-Lite lanterns; 3 RR locks & keys:  Frisco-S, St.L& SF & TM; 2 cast Iron frog door stops; Naughty Nellie boot jack; 3 straight razors; small Kinfolks sheath knife & few common pocket knives; 12 pipes & cabinet; 5 lighters; Private Eye magnifying glass;  military vehicle manuals; over 200 Popular Mechanics magazines, 1930’s,  40’s,  50’s; 10 vol set of Edgar Allen Poe books; 6 vol set of Chas Dickens w/ engravings; The Beach Boys Little Deuce Coupe& Marty Robbins Devil Woman record albums; plastic auto model kits; 1/18 scale 1947 Cadillac convertible; miniature vehicles; Wyandotte Auto Transport semi-truck; few Ertl farm toys;  Thomas the Train collection over 10 boxes; Rocket early steam train engine & tender;  Chas Sleppy, Polk, Stuart  & others hand crafted steam & single cylinder engine replicas, 20 total; 1960’s Mercedes steering wheel & hood ornament; other auto related items; 4 steel spoke implement wheels;  well pump; wagon; goose neck lamp; canes & walking sticks; Stauer reproduction wrist watch like new; 2 modern pocket watches; gold class rings & other jewelry  & more to be found.   

HOME FURNISHINGS:   Depression era dining room suite:  table, 4 chrs, buffet & china cabinet, painted black; oak rocker;  Early Am slant front desk; small pine kneehole desk; several bookshelves; lamps & tables, 3 uph recliners;  maple headboard sgl bed; ch of drwrs; wardrobe; clothes rack; Maytag elec range; GE apartment refrigerator; small chest freezer; other kitchen items; Vizio 32” TV; older  electronics; 2 Singer sewing machines & related supplies; misc household goods; office supplies; bird & cat figurines; Community stainless flatware w/ chest; Bischoff red pitcher & other glassware.     

VERY NICE SHOP TOOLS: Atlas 10100 metal lathe & accessories; Jet JHM-610 hobby lathe; Jet JHM-610 hobby milling machine; RF Industries & Central Machinery horizontal & horizontal/vertical metal band saws; Delta Shopmaster bench top drill press & others; Delta 36-040 compound miter saw; Craftsman: 10” & two  8 1/2” King Seeley table saws; 16” VS scroll saw; 36” wood lathe on stand; double grinder;  Master Mechanic 16” variable speed scroll saw;  Ward’s Powr-Kraft K10 tilt-top table saw; scroll saw & belt sander; Rockwell benchtop band saw; Skil 3375 disc/belt sander;  Cen. Machinery 1’x30’ belt sander; variety of small power hand tools incl Milwaukee Super Sawzall, routers, angle grinder, sanders, etc; large amt of sockets sets, wrenches & other hand tools; Machinist’s tools incl micrometers, calipers, dial indicators & more; Kennedy & other machinist’s tool boxes; US Central roller cart tool box; other good tool boxes, ammo boxes; work carts; organizers complete; small anvil; good bench vises; small arbor press; vintage post drill in working condition; drill bits, taps & dies; wheel pullers; lathe accessories; metal stock; hardware; tarps; power cords.

MACHINERY:  Kobalt upright 10 gal digital air compressor & 1 small model; port air tank; Sears 2600 watt alternator/generator; Storm Cat 800 watt port generator; Hobart SilverlineSG-180 gasoline powered welder on cart; Acra-Speed wheel balancer; John Deere JA65 walk-behind mower; electric chain saw; electric motors; shop vacs; battery chargers; Dunlap wheel barrow, plus 20’ wooden ext ladder; Werner step ladder; 2 wheel cart; GI gas can; jacks; etc.  

EVEN MORE!  Coleman lanterns & coolers; tents; sleeping bags; propane stove & cylinders; port. radios/CD players;

Auctioneer’s Note: As an investment or personal residence, you now have the opportunity to consider a good home at a fair price.  Take advantage of the auction method of marketing.  It’s right for our  seller.  Make it right for you.  Planning insures success. Prepare now!    Terms:  Cash or Check.  Port a John - No Lunchstand (Pack a snack)

  Photos and details at www.stichterauctions.com

 Kim T. Romie, Owner      

Jerry Stichter & Kevin Kauffmann, Auctioneers    937-216-9878

Kim Carey, Realtor – Garden Gate Realty    937-216-6116

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Jerry Stichter Auctioneer

Jerry Stichter Auctioneer


Contact: Jerry L. Stichter
Phone: (937) 216-9878
Sale Location
421 Summit Avenue
TROY, OH 45373
Sale Dates and Times
Monday Apr 26, 2021 Completed
Sale Terms and Conditions
CASH or Check with required ID only! No Credit Cards. Obtain a Detailed Bidder's Packet for complete terms and conditions regarding the sale of the real estate!
Listing Details

Romie Public Auction 
Bungalow Home w/ Garage, Buick Auto, Antiques & Tools 

TROY, OHIO

At 421 Summit Ave.  From I-75 take Exit 73 east on Rt 55, then immediately north on Dorset Rd to the round-a-bout, then east on McKaig Avenue to Heywood School & then south on Summit  2 blocks to auction site.  

MONDAY, APRIL 26, 2021 ~ TIME:  3:00 PM   
REAL ESTATE SELLS at 6:00 PM ~
OPEN HOUSE:  SATURDAY, APRIL 17   10:00 AM - NOON   or by appointment.

REAL ESTATE:  An older frame bungalow w/ open front porch, enclosed rear porch & single car garage on Troy’s west side w/ living room, dining room w/ window seat, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and one bath, plus a full basement.  You’ll like the location on Troy’s west side in the square of Summit, Drury, Ridge & Race.   Miami County Parcel ID:  D08-021140   Lot Size:  53’ x 130’  ~  RE Taxes:  $487.70 semi-annual. 

This auction has a minimum opening bid of $60,000 subject to confirmation.   The appraised market value  by the Miami County Auditor is $84,200.

Why at Auction?   In today’s market place, the seller is seeking a ready, willing & able buyer who can close on the property within 30 days after the auction for cash while accepting the property as they find it.   Obtain a Bidder’s Packet, tour the property, review the information, seek advice and be prepared to purchase on April 26th.  TERMS:  Offered at Reserve Auction with confirmation by the seller w/ $6,000 down the day of the auction with the balance due in 30 days.   Plan now to attend & take advantage of the auction method of marketing.   

AUTO: Buick Century, 1994 , 4 door w/ with182,642 miles.   This is an older auto, but looks clean and serviceable.      

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Dietz Scout mini lantern; Dietz No. 8 Air Pilot & No. 2 D-Lite lanterns; 3 RR locks & keys:  Frisco-S, St.L& SF & TM; 2 cast Iron frog door stops; Naughty Nellie boot jack; 3 straight razors; small Kinfolks sheath knife & few common pocket knives; 12 pipes & cabinet; 5 lighters; Private Eye magnifying glass;  military vehicle manuals; over 200 Popular Mechanics magazines, 1930’s,  40’s,  50’s; 10 vol set of Edgar Allen Poe books; 6 vol set of Chas Dickens w/ engravings; The Beach Boys Little Deuce Coupe& Marty Robbins Devil Woman record albums; plastic auto model kits; 1/18 scale 1947 Cadillac convertible; miniature vehicles; Wyandotte Auto Transport semi-truck; few Ertl farm toys;  Thomas the Train collection over 10 boxes; Rocket early steam train engine & tender;  Chas Sleppy, Polk, Stuart  & others hand crafted steam & single cylinder engine replicas, 20 total; 1960’s Mercedes steering wheel & hood ornament; other auto related items; 4 steel spoke implement wheels;  well pump; wagon; goose neck lamp; canes & walking sticks; Stauer reproduction wrist watch like new; 2 modern pocket watches; gold class rings & other jewelry  & more to be found.   

HOME FURNISHINGS:   Depression era dining room suite:  table, 4 chrs, buffet & china cabinet, painted black; oak rocker;  Early Am slant front desk; small pine kneehole desk; several bookshelves; lamps & tables, 3 uph recliners;  maple headboard sgl bed; ch of drwrs; wardrobe; clothes rack; Maytag elec range; GE apartment refrigerator; small chest freezer; other kitchen items; Vizio 32” TV; older  electronics; 2 Singer sewing machines & related supplies; misc household goods; office supplies; bird & cat figurines; Community stainless flatware w/ chest; Bischoff red pitcher & other glassware.     

VERY NICE SHOP TOOLS: Atlas 10100 metal lathe & accessories; Jet JHM-610 hobby lathe; Jet JHM-610 hobby milling machine; RF Industries & Central Machinery horizontal & horizontal/vertical metal band saws; Delta Shopmaster bench top drill press & others; Delta 36-040 compound miter saw; Craftsman: 10” & two  8 1/2” King Seeley table saws; 16” VS scroll saw; 36” wood lathe on stand; double grinder;  Master Mechanic 16” variable speed scroll saw;  Ward’s Powr-Kraft K10 tilt-top table saw; scroll saw & belt sander; Rockwell benchtop band saw; Skil 3375 disc/belt sander;  Cen. Machinery 1’x30’ belt sander; variety of small power hand tools incl Milwaukee Super Sawzall, routers, angle grinder, sanders, etc; large amt of sockets sets, wrenches & other hand tools; Machinist’s tools incl micrometers, calipers, dial indicators & more; Kennedy & other machinist’s tool boxes; US Central roller cart tool box; other good tool boxes, ammo boxes; work carts; organizers complete; small anvil; good bench vises; small arbor press; vintage post drill in working condition; drill bits, taps & dies; wheel pullers; lathe accessories; metal stock; hardware; tarps; power cords.

MACHINERY:  Kobalt upright 10 gal digital air compressor & 1 small model; port air tank; Sears 2600 watt alternator/generator; Storm Cat 800 watt port generator; Hobart SilverlineSG-180 gasoline powered welder on cart; Acra-Speed wheel balancer; John Deere JA65 walk-behind mower; electric chain saw; electric motors; shop vacs; battery chargers; Dunlap wheel barrow, plus 20’ wooden ext ladder; Werner step ladder; 2 wheel cart; GI gas can; jacks; etc.  

EVEN MORE!  Coleman lanterns & coolers; tents; sleeping bags; propane stove & cylinders; port. radios/CD players;

Auctioneer’s Note: As an investment or personal residence, you now have the opportunity to consider a good home at a fair price.  Take advantage of the auction method of marketing.  It’s right for our  seller.  Make it right for you.  Planning insures success. Prepare now!    Terms:  Cash or Check.  Port a John - No Lunchstand (Pack a snack)

  Photos and details at www.stichterauctions.com

 Kim T. Romie, Owner      

Jerry Stichter & Kevin Kauffmann, Auctioneers    937-216-9878

Kim Carey, Realtor – Garden Gate Realty    937-216-6116

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Romie Real Estate & Personal Property Auction
 Live Auction
 
Auction Date(s)
Monday Apr 26, 2021 Completed
Auction Location

TROY, OH 45373
Company
Listing Terms and Conditions
CASH or Check with required ID only! No Credit Cards. Obtain a Detailed Bidder's Packet for complete terms and conditions regarding the sale of the real estate!

Romie Public Auction 
Bungalow Home w/ Garage, Buick Auto, Antiques & Tools 

TROY, OHIO

At 421 Summit Ave.  From I-75 take Exit 73 east on Rt 55, then immediately north on Dorset Rd to the round-a-bout, then east on McKaig Avenue to Heywood School & then south on Summit  2 blocks to auction site.  

MONDAY, APRIL 26, 2021 ~ TIME:  3:00 PM   
REAL ESTATE SELLS at 6:00 PM ~
OPEN HOUSE:  SATURDAY, APRIL 17   10:00 AM - NOON   or by appointment.

REAL ESTATE:  An older frame bungalow w/ open front porch, enclosed rear porch & single car garage on Troy’s west side w/ living room, dining room w/ window seat, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and one bath, plus a full basement.  You’ll like the location on Troy’s west side in the square of Summit, Drury, Ridge & Race.   Miami County Parcel ID:  D08-021140   Lot Size:  53’ x 130’  ~  RE Taxes:  $487.70 semi-annual. 

This auction has a minimum opening bid of $60,000 subject to confirmation.   The appraised market value  by the Miami County Auditor is $84,200.

Why at Auction?   In today’s market place, the seller is seeking a ready, willing & able buyer who can close on the property within 30 days after the auction for cash while accepting the property as they find it.   Obtain a Bidder’s Packet, tour the property, review the information, seek advice and be prepared to purchase on April 26th.  TERMS:  Offered at Reserve Auction with confirmation by the seller w/ $6,000 down the day of the auction with the balance due in 30 days.   Plan now to attend & take advantage of the auction method of marketing.   

AUTO: Buick Century, 1994 , 4 door w/ with182,642 miles.   This is an older auto, but looks clean and serviceable.      

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Dietz Scout mini lantern; Dietz No. 8 Air Pilot & No. 2 D-Lite lanterns; 3 RR locks & keys:  Frisco-S, St.L& SF & TM; 2 cast Iron frog door stops; Naughty Nellie boot jack; 3 straight razors; small Kinfolks sheath knife & few common pocket knives; 12 pipes & cabinet; 5 lighters; Private Eye magnifying glass;  military vehicle manuals; over 200 Popular Mechanics magazines, 1930’s,  40’s,  50’s; 10 vol set of Edgar Allen Poe books; 6 vol set of Chas Dickens w/ engravings; The Beach Boys Little Deuce Coupe& Marty Robbins Devil Woman record albums; plastic auto model kits; 1/18 scale 1947 Cadillac convertible; miniature vehicles; Wyandotte Auto Transport semi-truck; few Ertl farm toys;  Thomas the Train collection over 10 boxes; Rocket early steam train engine & tender;  Chas Sleppy, Polk, Stuart  & others hand crafted steam & single cylinder engine replicas, 20 total; 1960’s Mercedes steering wheel & hood ornament; other auto related items; 4 steel spoke implement wheels;  well pump; wagon; goose neck lamp; canes & walking sticks; Stauer reproduction wrist watch like new; 2 modern pocket watches; gold class rings & other jewelry  & more to be found.   

HOME FURNISHINGS:   Depression era dining room suite:  table, 4 chrs, buffet & china cabinet, painted black; oak rocker;  Early Am slant front desk; small pine kneehole desk; several bookshelves; lamps & tables, 3 uph recliners;  maple headboard sgl bed; ch of drwrs; wardrobe; clothes rack; Maytag elec range; GE apartment refrigerator; small chest freezer; other kitchen items; Vizio 32” TV; older  electronics; 2 Singer sewing machines & related supplies; misc household goods; office supplies; bird & cat figurines; Community stainless flatware w/ chest; Bischoff red pitcher & other glassware.     

VERY NICE SHOP TOOLS: Atlas 10100 metal lathe & accessories; Jet JHM-610 hobby lathe; Jet JHM-610 hobby milling machine; RF Industries & Central Machinery horizontal & horizontal/vertical metal band saws; Delta Shopmaster bench top drill press & others; Delta 36-040 compound miter saw; Craftsman: 10” & two  8 1/2” King Seeley table saws; 16” VS scroll saw; 36” wood lathe on stand; double grinder;  Master Mechanic 16” variable speed scroll saw;  Ward’s Powr-Kraft K10 tilt-top table saw; scroll saw & belt sander; Rockwell benchtop band saw; Skil 3375 disc/belt sander;  Cen. Machinery 1’x30’ belt sander; variety of small power hand tools incl Milwaukee Super Sawzall, routers, angle grinder, sanders, etc; large amt of sockets sets, wrenches & other hand tools; Machinist’s tools incl micrometers, calipers, dial indicators & more; Kennedy & other machinist’s tool boxes; US Central roller cart tool box; other good tool boxes, ammo boxes; work carts; organizers complete; small anvil; good bench vises; small arbor press; vintage post drill in working condition; drill bits, taps & dies; wheel pullers; lathe accessories; metal stock; hardware; tarps; power cords.

MACHINERY:  Kobalt upright 10 gal digital air compressor & 1 small model; port air tank; Sears 2600 watt alternator/generator; Storm Cat 800 watt port generator; Hobart SilverlineSG-180 gasoline powered welder on cart; Acra-Speed wheel balancer; John Deere JA65 walk-behind mower; electric chain saw; electric motors; shop vacs; battery chargers; Dunlap wheel barrow, plus 20’ wooden ext ladder; Werner step ladder; 2 wheel cart; GI gas can; jacks; etc.  

EVEN MORE!  Coleman lanterns & coolers; tents; sleeping bags; propane stove & cylinders; port. radios/CD players;

Auctioneer’s Note: As an investment or personal residence, you now have the opportunity to consider a good home at a fair price.  Take advantage of the auction method of marketing.  It’s right for our  seller.  Make it right for you.  Planning insures success. Prepare now!    Terms:  Cash or Check.  Port a John - No Lunchstand (Pack a snack)

  Photos and details at www.stichterauctions.com

 Kim T. Romie, Owner      

Jerry Stichter & Kevin Kauffmann, Auctioneers    937-216-9878

Kim Carey, Realtor – Garden Gate Realty    937-216-6116