LIVE ON-SITE REAL ESTATE AUCTION 062322
Listing ID#: 1409100

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Rockford, MI 49341
Auction Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Ends: Thursday Jun 23
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Art Smith Auctioneers

Contact: Noah Smith
Phone: 616-633-4254
Email: artsmithauctioneers@gmail.com
Website: www.artsmithauctions.com

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LIVE ON-SITE REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION

Thursday, June 23rd 2022 @ 12:00PM

LOCATION: 11105 Berrigan Ave. NE Rockford, MI 49341 (Kent Co.)

DIRECTIONS: North of Grand Rapids 14 miles or south of Big Rapids 38 miles on US-131 to the Sparta/Greenville exit #101 (14 Mile Rd/M-57), east 4 ½ miles to Berrigan Ave., south ½ mile.

I have recently married and moved to Comstock Park and I am selling my family homestead of 75 years. I welcome the public to my home to bid and buy at Live Public Auction. Thank you in advance for your interest and support. Sincerely, Ted Nelson


REAL ESTATE OVERVIEW:

Offered at 2:00PM

$50k minimum bid


2-story farm house built in approx. 1880

2 ½ acres of green lawn & mature trees

4 bedrooms

2 bathrooms (1 not in working order)

1,930 sqft of living space

Attached 2-stall garage

Main floor laundry room

Michigan basement

Propane furnace in 2018

Central air 2007

4” Well in 1997

(2) Septic tanks & drain field not up to code

Large hip roof barn w/steel roof & huge steel framed addition

 

PP# 41-07-15-300-013

Courtland Twp/Kent Co.

Zoned Rural Residential

Cedar Springs Schools

 

2022 Taxable Value: $77,402

2022 SEV: $99,000

2021 Winter Taxes: $371.54

2021 Summer Taxes: $1,902.95

 

OPENHOUSES:

Tuesday, June 14th 4:00PM-5:00PM

Thursday, June 16th 5:00PM-6:00PM

Monday, June 20th 4:00PM-5:00PM

Wednesday June 22nd 5:00PM-6:00PM

 

REAL ESTATE TERMS OVERVIEW:

A complete Purchase Agreement with all terms and conditions of this Auction is available; the following is only an overview.

Registration: The Auction begins at 2:00PM on-site at the house. Registration begins at 11:00AM; please arrive with enough time to be completely registered by 1:30PM. The registration process is free, easy and takes about 10 minutes. You will need your driver’s license and to sign a few documents stating that you understand the Auction requirements. You will also need to have an opening bid in mind to complete the registration form. This number will be held in confidence and will be used to start the bidding when the Auction starts. You must be registered for a Real Estate Buyer Number to bid at this Auction.

Registration Requirements: Bidders must first sign and accept all disclosure forms including seller's disclosure and waiving the opportunity for inspections. All inspections must be completed prior to Auction. Bidders must register for a special Real Estate Buyers number day of Auction and complete an opening bid form.

Real Estate Deposit Requirements: If you are the successful bidder and your bid is accepted you will immediately need to execute the Purchase Agreement with a nonrefundable deposit of $5,000. Your bid is not contingent upon being approved for financing. Please arrange financing prior to Auction and be able to pay cash at closing.

Bidding: The Auction of this real estate will take place in the same manner in which you would expect to bid on a piece of personal property. The Auctioneer will move at a slower pace to ensure that every person clearly understands the amount of the previous bid. You will have the opportunity to bid as many times as you like and upon conclusion, the highest bid will be offered to the seller. The Auctioneers decision is final. If you're the successful bidder - congratulations! You'll meet with Noah Smith immediately after the Auction to pay the required deposit, sign purchase agreements and complete all necessary documents.

Property Disclaimer: The property is being offered "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no warranties of any type express or implied. All information advertised or stated has been derived from sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. Buyers shall rely totally on their inspection of the property and records. Any improvements that must be made are the responsibility of the buyer. Any announcements made Auction day take precedence over prior written and oral statements. The Auction will be conducted by the sole discretion of the Auctioneers.

Buyer Premium: A 10% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid to create the purchase price. Please take this into consideration when bidding.

Possession: Possession will be at closing

Closing: Closing will occur within 45 days of Auction at the Plainfield Transnation Office. Balance of purchase price will be due at closing.

Deed: Seller shall supply an owner's title insurance policy in the amount of the purchase price.

Easements: Sale of property is subject to all easements of record.

Closing Costs: The buyer will incur standard closing costs of approx $500.

Survey: A new survey has been provided by the seller at no cost to the buyer and is to be accepted by the buyer.

Real Estate Taxes: Taxes shall be prorated to the date of closing.

Buyer's Agent Broker Participation (if you are buyer that is represented by a buyer’s agent): A 1.5% commission on the high bid will be paid to a licensed Michigan Broker whose prospect pays for and closes on the property. Commission is tabulated from the high bid before the premium is added. The broker must first register their prospect in writing by sending an email to artsmithauctioneers@gmail.com. Broker or agent must inspect the property with their client and attend the Auction with the prospect and sign in. There can be no exceptions to this procedure; no oral registrations will be accepted.

Septic & Well Information: The well and septic are currently in working order to the best of our knowledge, but are not up to code. The property is being offered "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no warranties of any type. 

Irrigation Encroachment: Neighboring center pivot irrigation to encroach on property behind barn as it passes, deeded easement to be recorded before closing.

The information provided is a summary of information available from numerous sources, the majority of which have not been independently confirmed. This summary has been provided only for the use of prospective bidders at the Public Auction to be held on June 23rd 2022. It is supplied for whatever assistance it may provide in answering questions, however, all information and opinions are supplied without warranties or representations; either expressed or implied whatsoever.

Prospective bidders are advised to avail themselves to records of Courtland Township, Kent County and the State of Michigan and to make inspections of the premises on their own behalf; consulting whatever advisor they may feel appropriate.

New data, corrections, or changes could be made after the printing of this packet. Please arrive prior to the start of the Auction to inspect and consider any new information and changes.

 

PERSONAL PROPERTY OVERVIEW:

TERMS: Cash or good check day of Auction. Master Card or VISA with 5% service fee. We subscribe to Pay-Tec, A NATIONAL CHECK COLLECTION COMPANY. Al items sell in “as-is” condition.

Lunch truck, port-a-jon and wash up station available on-site.

INSPECTION: Wednesday, June 22nd 5:00PM-6:00PM


 AUCTION ORDER:

12:00PM: 2 Auctioneers selling Antiques & Shop Items

1:00PM: Tractor & Coin Collection

2:00PM Home Sells


TRACTOR, EQUIPMENT & TRAILER: 

1953 Ford Golden Jubilee w/front end loader w/snow plow & manure bucket, WF, 3pt., nearly new 14.9X24” tires, fenders, always housed, Ser. #NA

Tractor tire chains

3pt. counter weight

3pt. Dearborn 6’ disc

3pt. Ford 2bt. 14” plow

3pt. slip scoop

3pt. tractor jack

46” x 7’ utility trailer

 

CAR PORT:

18’ x 20’ three-sided car port

 

LUMBER:

Rough cut Cherry 1x lumber, stick dried in barn (about a pickup truck load)

Rough cut Sugar Maple 1x lumber, stick dried in barn (about a pickup truck load)

Misc. other used & new lumber

 

WORKSHOP & YARD & GARDEN ITEMS: 

Cub Cadet Mod. LTX10 -46VT hydro lawn mower (needs work)

Two stage front mount snow blower (fits the Cub Cadet)

Earthquake rear-tine rototiller

Front-tine rototiller

Rear-tine rototiller, new engine, stuck transmission

Craftsman dump lawn cart

Back pack pump garden sprayer

Pull type dethatcher

Pull type fertilizer spreader

Shop built power hack saw

Wheel barrow

9’X9’ portable gazebo

Pedestal double grinder

Craftsman 12” wood plane

Shop built band saw w/24” throat

Craftsman 6’ jointer

Craftsman 15 gal. portable air compressor

Ridgid 36” floor model wood lathe

Set of Delta wood lathe tools

Bench drill press

Shop vacuums

Workbench w/drawers

Shop shelves

C-clamps

Bottle jacks

Elect. cords

6’ step ladder

Organizers full of hardware

Many wood working tools

Wood working magazines

Small portable air compressor

Hand truck

Shop vac

Limb trimmer

Elect. supplies

Vise

Laser level

(2) 100’ tapes

Hatchets, hand mauls & hammers

Rubber mallets

Letter & number stamp set

Wet stones

Tools boxes some with tools

Pipe wrenches

Craftsman sawzall

Quantity of nuts, bolts & nails

Shop built belt sander

Aluminum step/extension ladder

Flies

Corner frame clamps

Router bits

Tinning jig

Welders vise grips

Reg. vise grips

4” belt 8” disc sander

Power wet stone

10”X14” metal lay-out block

Chain saw

Saw blades

Aluminum pipe wrench

Bar clamps

Line trimmers

Hole saws

Letter drill index

Precision tools

Tap & dies

Block & tackle

Aluminum extension ladder

Yard & garden misc. items

Post hole digger

Log chains

Lawn chairs

Craftsman utility sharpener

Rakes, hoes, shovels, Plumb double axe etc.

 

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & FARM PRIMITIVES: 

PETER WRIGHT blacksmith anvil mounted on wood block, 3 ¾” X 13” face, 10” high, 1” Hardy hole

Post drill

Yankee drills

Wood planes, one from Germany

Molding planes

Saw set

Set of tongue & groove wood planes

Flax wheel

Wood clamps

Hand crank wall mount corn sheller

Wards table top, hand crank, cream separator, complete

Bob sled “used for hauling logs”

Planet Jr. #25 garden seeder

Scythe

Coleman Mod. A-10 single burner camp stove

Porcelain outdoor lamp shade

Hand corn & potato planters

Winnowing rod

Wooden block planes

Hand beam drills

Brace & bits

Breast drills

Bung drill

Apple peeler

Carriage jack Pat. 1914

(2) #39146 Pangborn glass globes

(2) 14” tall brass shell casings

BEAR recurve bow

Pianoette stringed instrument

Unusual stringed instrument

Collectible glassware

Flexible Flyer Yankee Clipper snow sled

Griswold 9” dia. griddle

Other cast iron pans

(2) Milking stools

Copper tea pots

Glass crank butter churn

Underwood typewriter

Youth rocker

OAK T-back chairs

Primitive table

Chrome & Formica top table w/10 chairs

Portable turntable

Metal bed frame

Pedestal lamp table

Gas iron

Glass chick water

(2) Long wooden extension ladders

Kitchen utensils

Cast iron Krume Kornu stove top press (Sweden)

Corked jug

(2) Steel wheels

Christmas decorations

Dressing table w/mirror

Drop leaf table

4 & 5 drawer dressers

Wood framed upholstered chair

(2) Milk cans

Milk can strainer

John Deere toy tractor

Nylint pickup truck

Few Depressions glass pieces

Nail keg

Handmade double pedestal Walnut dining room table w/3 leaves

Wood high chair

Doll cradle w/doll

Toy box w/Fisher Price toys

Rogers silverplate in case

Pyrex measuring cups

Camel back trunk

Michigan licenses plates

Wood pulleys

Oneida stainless silverware in case

Carrom board

22” dia. wet stone wheel on stand

Metal youth high chair

Monkey wrenches

Primitive carpenter tools

Youth rocker

 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: 

Generac 6500-watt generator w/19 hours, like new

Generator w/blown engine

Dog cage w/mattress

Pet carrier

Conair foot massage

Picnic basket

Misc. fishing equipment

Camping chairs

Elect. motors

Coleman camp stove

(4) Boxes of new Country Pine flooring

(10) Boxes of Blond Maple flooring

Brass blocks

Brass rod

Misc. crafting lumber

Sm. amount of fire wood

Huffy 18 speed mountain bike

Several other bikes

Wheel chair

Black plastic hose

Roll of hog wire fence

Used oil

Scrap iron & scrap wire

 

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS:  

Elect. range

Refrigerator/freezer

Automatic washer

Elect. dryer

Older chest freezer

(2) Pressure cookers

Small kitchen appliances

OAK entertainment center

Philips 31” flat screen TV

Wall décor

Platform rocker

Lester spinet piano & bench

Lamps

Grandfather clock

Arm chairs

Floor fans

Kneehole desk

Printer

Stereo speakers

Radio w/turntable

Canning jars

(2) 2-drawer files

DVD/VCR player

Folding tables

Love seat

Book case

4-drawer file

(2) swivel chairs

Gun cabinet

Computer desk

End tables

Sleep Number Full size mattress on water bed frame

Upright vacuum

Cot

Everyday dishes

Pots & pans

Silverware

Cook books

Digital scales

Bed frame

Table top fans

Potato bin

Card table


COIN COLLECTION: Selling at 1:00PM

1. (7) 1964 Washington quarters and (1) 1963 Washington quarter

2. (8) Silver Washington quarters

3. (2) 1921-P Morgan Silver dollars

4. (2) 1921-P Morgan Silver dollars

5. (1) 1921-P and (1) 1921-S Morgan Silver dollars

6. (2) 1881-P Morgan Silver dollars

7. (1) 1880-P and (1) 1885-P Morgan Silver dollars

8. (2) 1922-D Peace Silver dollars

9. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

10. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

11. (2) 1923-S Peace Silver dollars

12. (2) 1923-P Peace Silver Dollars

13. (1) 1923-P and (1) 1924-S Peace Silver dollars

14. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

15. (1) 1925-P and (1) 1935-S Peace Silver dollars

16. (66) Lincoln Wheat cents

17. (2) 1968 Mexican Olympic Silver 25 Pesos coins

18. 1960-D, 1950-P and 1962-D Franklin half dollars, (3) 1964-D Kennedy half dollars, (4) Barber nickels (1905, 1911, and 2 1912)

19. (6) Mercury dimes, and 1 1945-P Silver nickel

20. (17) Indian Head cents dated from 1880-1908

21. 1861 Seated Liberty Silver quarter and (3) Eisenhower dollars

22. Jar of change and (6) Red Point to Kens

23. Large bag of foreign coins, including some currency and silver coins


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LIVE ON-SITE REAL ESTATE AUCTION 062322

Art Smith Auctioneers

Art Smith Auctioneers


Contact: Noah Smith
Phone: 616-633-4254
Sale Location
11105 Berrigan Ave. NE
Rockford, MI 49341
Sale Dates and Times
Sale Terms and Conditions

Listing Details

LIVE ON-SITE REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION

Thursday, June 23rd 2022 @ 12:00PM

LOCATION: 11105 Berrigan Ave. NE Rockford, MI 49341 (Kent Co.)

DIRECTIONS: North of Grand Rapids 14 miles or south of Big Rapids 38 miles on US-131 to the Sparta/Greenville exit #101 (14 Mile Rd/M-57), east 4 ½ miles to Berrigan Ave., south ½ mile.

I have recently married and moved to Comstock Park and I am selling my family homestead of 75 years. I welcome the public to my home to bid and buy at Live Public Auction. Thank you in advance for your interest and support. Sincerely, Ted Nelson


REAL ESTATE OVERVIEW:

Offered at 2:00PM

$50k minimum bid


2-story farm house built in approx. 1880

2 ½ acres of green lawn & mature trees

4 bedrooms

2 bathrooms (1 not in working order)

1,930 sqft of living space

Attached 2-stall garage

Main floor laundry room

Michigan basement

Propane furnace in 2018

Central air 2007

4” Well in 1997

(2) Septic tanks & drain field not up to code

Large hip roof barn w/steel roof & huge steel framed addition

 

PP# 41-07-15-300-013

Courtland Twp/Kent Co.

Zoned Rural Residential

Cedar Springs Schools

 

2022 Taxable Value: $77,402

2022 SEV: $99,000

2021 Winter Taxes: $371.54

2021 Summer Taxes: $1,902.95

 

OPENHOUSES:

Tuesday, June 14th 4:00PM-5:00PM

Thursday, June 16th 5:00PM-6:00PM

Monday, June 20th 4:00PM-5:00PM

Wednesday June 22nd 5:00PM-6:00PM

 

REAL ESTATE TERMS OVERVIEW:

A complete Purchase Agreement with all terms and conditions of this Auction is available; the following is only an overview.

Registration: The Auction begins at 2:00PM on-site at the house. Registration begins at 11:00AM; please arrive with enough time to be completely registered by 1:30PM. The registration process is free, easy and takes about 10 minutes. You will need your driver’s license and to sign a few documents stating that you understand the Auction requirements. You will also need to have an opening bid in mind to complete the registration form. This number will be held in confidence and will be used to start the bidding when the Auction starts. You must be registered for a Real Estate Buyer Number to bid at this Auction.

Registration Requirements: Bidders must first sign and accept all disclosure forms including seller's disclosure and waiving the opportunity for inspections. All inspections must be completed prior to Auction. Bidders must register for a special Real Estate Buyers number day of Auction and complete an opening bid form.

Real Estate Deposit Requirements: If you are the successful bidder and your bid is accepted you will immediately need to execute the Purchase Agreement with a nonrefundable deposit of $5,000. Your bid is not contingent upon being approved for financing. Please arrange financing prior to Auction and be able to pay cash at closing.

Bidding: The Auction of this real estate will take place in the same manner in which you would expect to bid on a piece of personal property. The Auctioneer will move at a slower pace to ensure that every person clearly understands the amount of the previous bid. You will have the opportunity to bid as many times as you like and upon conclusion, the highest bid will be offered to the seller. The Auctioneers decision is final. If you're the successful bidder - congratulations! You'll meet with Noah Smith immediately after the Auction to pay the required deposit, sign purchase agreements and complete all necessary documents.

Property Disclaimer: The property is being offered "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no warranties of any type express or implied. All information advertised or stated has been derived from sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. Buyers shall rely totally on their inspection of the property and records. Any improvements that must be made are the responsibility of the buyer. Any announcements made Auction day take precedence over prior written and oral statements. The Auction will be conducted by the sole discretion of the Auctioneers.

Buyer Premium: A 10% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid to create the purchase price. Please take this into consideration when bidding.

Possession: Possession will be at closing

Closing: Closing will occur within 45 days of Auction at the Plainfield Transnation Office. Balance of purchase price will be due at closing.

Deed: Seller shall supply an owner's title insurance policy in the amount of the purchase price.

Easements: Sale of property is subject to all easements of record.

Closing Costs: The buyer will incur standard closing costs of approx $500.

Survey: A new survey has been provided by the seller at no cost to the buyer and is to be accepted by the buyer.

Real Estate Taxes: Taxes shall be prorated to the date of closing.

Buyer's Agent Broker Participation (if you are buyer that is represented by a buyer’s agent): A 1.5% commission on the high bid will be paid to a licensed Michigan Broker whose prospect pays for and closes on the property. Commission is tabulated from the high bid before the premium is added. The broker must first register their prospect in writing by sending an email to artsmithauctioneers@gmail.com. Broker or agent must inspect the property with their client and attend the Auction with the prospect and sign in. There can be no exceptions to this procedure; no oral registrations will be accepted.

Septic & Well Information: The well and septic are currently in working order to the best of our knowledge, but are not up to code. The property is being offered "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no warranties of any type. 

Irrigation Encroachment: Neighboring center pivot irrigation to encroach on property behind barn as it passes, deeded easement to be recorded before closing.

The information provided is a summary of information available from numerous sources, the majority of which have not been independently confirmed. This summary has been provided only for the use of prospective bidders at the Public Auction to be held on June 23rd 2022. It is supplied for whatever assistance it may provide in answering questions, however, all information and opinions are supplied without warranties or representations; either expressed or implied whatsoever.

Prospective bidders are advised to avail themselves to records of Courtland Township, Kent County and the State of Michigan and to make inspections of the premises on their own behalf; consulting whatever advisor they may feel appropriate.

New data, corrections, or changes could be made after the printing of this packet. Please arrive prior to the start of the Auction to inspect and consider any new information and changes.

 

PERSONAL PROPERTY OVERVIEW:

TERMS: Cash or good check day of Auction. Master Card or VISA with 5% service fee. We subscribe to Pay-Tec, A NATIONAL CHECK COLLECTION COMPANY. Al items sell in “as-is” condition.

Lunch truck, port-a-jon and wash up station available on-site.

INSPECTION: Wednesday, June 22nd 5:00PM-6:00PM


 AUCTION ORDER:

12:00PM: 2 Auctioneers selling Antiques & Shop Items

1:00PM: Tractor & Coin Collection

2:00PM Home Sells


TRACTOR, EQUIPMENT & TRAILER: 

1953 Ford Golden Jubilee w/front end loader w/snow plow & manure bucket, WF, 3pt., nearly new 14.9X24” tires, fenders, always housed, Ser. #NA

Tractor tire chains

3pt. counter weight

3pt. Dearborn 6’ disc

3pt. Ford 2bt. 14” plow

3pt. slip scoop

3pt. tractor jack

46” x 7’ utility trailer

 

CAR PORT:

18’ x 20’ three-sided car port

 

LUMBER:

Rough cut Cherry 1x lumber, stick dried in barn (about a pickup truck load)

Rough cut Sugar Maple 1x lumber, stick dried in barn (about a pickup truck load)

Misc. other used & new lumber

 

WORKSHOP & YARD & GARDEN ITEMS: 

Cub Cadet Mod. LTX10 -46VT hydro lawn mower (needs work)

Two stage front mount snow blower (fits the Cub Cadet)

Earthquake rear-tine rototiller

Front-tine rototiller

Rear-tine rototiller, new engine, stuck transmission

Craftsman dump lawn cart

Back pack pump garden sprayer

Pull type dethatcher

Pull type fertilizer spreader

Shop built power hack saw

Wheel barrow

9’X9’ portable gazebo

Pedestal double grinder

Craftsman 12” wood plane

Shop built band saw w/24” throat

Craftsman 6’ jointer

Craftsman 15 gal. portable air compressor

Ridgid 36” floor model wood lathe

Set of Delta wood lathe tools

Bench drill press

Shop vacuums

Workbench w/drawers

Shop shelves

C-clamps

Bottle jacks

Elect. cords

6’ step ladder

Organizers full of hardware

Many wood working tools

Wood working magazines

Small portable air compressor

Hand truck

Shop vac

Limb trimmer

Elect. supplies

Vise

Laser level

(2) 100’ tapes

Hatchets, hand mauls & hammers

Rubber mallets

Letter & number stamp set

Wet stones

Tools boxes some with tools

Pipe wrenches

Craftsman sawzall

Quantity of nuts, bolts & nails

Shop built belt sander

Aluminum step/extension ladder

Flies

Corner frame clamps

Router bits

Tinning jig

Welders vise grips

Reg. vise grips

4” belt 8” disc sander

Power wet stone

10”X14” metal lay-out block

Chain saw

Saw blades

Aluminum pipe wrench

Bar clamps

Line trimmers

Hole saws

Letter drill index

Precision tools

Tap & dies

Block & tackle

Aluminum extension ladder

Yard & garden misc. items

Post hole digger

Log chains

Lawn chairs

Craftsman utility sharpener

Rakes, hoes, shovels, Plumb double axe etc.

 

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & FARM PRIMITIVES: 

PETER WRIGHT blacksmith anvil mounted on wood block, 3 ¾” X 13” face, 10” high, 1” Hardy hole

Post drill

Yankee drills

Wood planes, one from Germany

Molding planes

Saw set

Set of tongue & groove wood planes

Flax wheel

Wood clamps

Hand crank wall mount corn sheller

Wards table top, hand crank, cream separator, complete

Bob sled “used for hauling logs”

Planet Jr. #25 garden seeder

Scythe

Coleman Mod. A-10 single burner camp stove

Porcelain outdoor lamp shade

Hand corn & potato planters

Winnowing rod

Wooden block planes

Hand beam drills

Brace & bits

Breast drills

Bung drill

Apple peeler

Carriage jack Pat. 1914

(2) #39146 Pangborn glass globes

(2) 14” tall brass shell casings

BEAR recurve bow

Pianoette stringed instrument

Unusual stringed instrument

Collectible glassware

Flexible Flyer Yankee Clipper snow sled

Griswold 9” dia. griddle

Other cast iron pans

(2) Milking stools

Copper tea pots

Glass crank butter churn

Underwood typewriter

Youth rocker

OAK T-back chairs

Primitive table

Chrome & Formica top table w/10 chairs

Portable turntable

Metal bed frame

Pedestal lamp table

Gas iron

Glass chick water

(2) Long wooden extension ladders

Kitchen utensils

Cast iron Krume Kornu stove top press (Sweden)

Corked jug

(2) Steel wheels

Christmas decorations

Dressing table w/mirror

Drop leaf table

4 & 5 drawer dressers

Wood framed upholstered chair

(2) Milk cans

Milk can strainer

John Deere toy tractor

Nylint pickup truck

Few Depressions glass pieces

Nail keg

Handmade double pedestal Walnut dining room table w/3 leaves

Wood high chair

Doll cradle w/doll

Toy box w/Fisher Price toys

Rogers silverplate in case

Pyrex measuring cups

Camel back trunk

Michigan licenses plates

Wood pulleys

Oneida stainless silverware in case

Carrom board

22” dia. wet stone wheel on stand

Metal youth high chair

Monkey wrenches

Primitive carpenter tools

Youth rocker

 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: 

Generac 6500-watt generator w/19 hours, like new

Generator w/blown engine

Dog cage w/mattress

Pet carrier

Conair foot massage

Picnic basket

Misc. fishing equipment

Camping chairs

Elect. motors

Coleman camp stove

(4) Boxes of new Country Pine flooring

(10) Boxes of Blond Maple flooring

Brass blocks

Brass rod

Misc. crafting lumber

Sm. amount of fire wood

Huffy 18 speed mountain bike

Several other bikes

Wheel chair

Black plastic hose

Roll of hog wire fence

Used oil

Scrap iron & scrap wire

 

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS:  

Elect. range

Refrigerator/freezer

Automatic washer

Elect. dryer

Older chest freezer

(2) Pressure cookers

Small kitchen appliances

OAK entertainment center

Philips 31” flat screen TV

Wall décor

Platform rocker

Lester spinet piano & bench

Lamps

Grandfather clock

Arm chairs

Floor fans

Kneehole desk

Printer

Stereo speakers

Radio w/turntable

Canning jars

(2) 2-drawer files

DVD/VCR player

Folding tables

Love seat

Book case

4-drawer file

(2) swivel chairs

Gun cabinet

Computer desk

End tables

Sleep Number Full size mattress on water bed frame

Upright vacuum

Cot

Everyday dishes

Pots & pans

Silverware

Cook books

Digital scales

Bed frame

Table top fans

Potato bin

Card table


COIN COLLECTION: Selling at 1:00PM

1. (7) 1964 Washington quarters and (1) 1963 Washington quarter

2. (8) Silver Washington quarters

3. (2) 1921-P Morgan Silver dollars

4. (2) 1921-P Morgan Silver dollars

5. (1) 1921-P and (1) 1921-S Morgan Silver dollars

6. (2) 1881-P Morgan Silver dollars

7. (1) 1880-P and (1) 1885-P Morgan Silver dollars

8. (2) 1922-D Peace Silver dollars

9. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

10. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

11. (2) 1923-S Peace Silver dollars

12. (2) 1923-P Peace Silver Dollars

13. (1) 1923-P and (1) 1924-S Peace Silver dollars

14. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

15. (1) 1925-P and (1) 1935-S Peace Silver dollars

16. (66) Lincoln Wheat cents

17. (2) 1968 Mexican Olympic Silver 25 Pesos coins

18. 1960-D, 1950-P and 1962-D Franklin half dollars, (3) 1964-D Kennedy half dollars, (4) Barber nickels (1905, 1911, and 2 1912)

19. (6) Mercury dimes, and 1 1945-P Silver nickel

20. (17) Indian Head cents dated from 1880-1908

21. 1861 Seated Liberty Silver quarter and (3) Eisenhower dollars

22. Jar of change and (6) Red Point to Kens

23. Large bag of foreign coins, including some currency and silver coins


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LIVE ON-SITE REAL ESTATE AUCTION 062322
 Online Only Auction
Auction Date(s)
Bidding Ends: Thursday Jun 23 ,
Auction Location

Rockford, MI 49341

LIVE ON-SITE REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION

Thursday, June 23rd 2022 @ 12:00PM

LOCATION: 11105 Berrigan Ave. NE Rockford, MI 49341 (Kent Co.)

DIRECTIONS: North of Grand Rapids 14 miles or south of Big Rapids 38 miles on US-131 to the Sparta/Greenville exit #101 (14 Mile Rd/M-57), east 4 ½ miles to Berrigan Ave., south ½ mile.

I have recently married and moved to Comstock Park and I am selling my family homestead of 75 years. I welcome the public to my home to bid and buy at Live Public Auction. Thank you in advance for your interest and support. Sincerely, Ted Nelson


REAL ESTATE OVERVIEW:

Offered at 2:00PM

$50k minimum bid


2-story farm house built in approx. 1880

2 ½ acres of green lawn & mature trees

4 bedrooms

2 bathrooms (1 not in working order)

1,930 sqft of living space

Attached 2-stall garage

Main floor laundry room

Michigan basement

Propane furnace in 2018

Central air 2007

4” Well in 1997

(2) Septic tanks & drain field not up to code

Large hip roof barn w/steel roof & huge steel framed addition

 

PP# 41-07-15-300-013

Courtland Twp/Kent Co.

Zoned Rural Residential

Cedar Springs Schools

 

2022 Taxable Value: $77,402

2022 SEV: $99,000

2021 Winter Taxes: $371.54

2021 Summer Taxes: $1,902.95

 

OPENHOUSES:

Tuesday, June 14th 4:00PM-5:00PM

Thursday, June 16th 5:00PM-6:00PM

Monday, June 20th 4:00PM-5:00PM

Wednesday June 22nd 5:00PM-6:00PM

 

REAL ESTATE TERMS OVERVIEW:

A complete Purchase Agreement with all terms and conditions of this Auction is available; the following is only an overview.

Registration: The Auction begins at 2:00PM on-site at the house. Registration begins at 11:00AM; please arrive with enough time to be completely registered by 1:30PM. The registration process is free, easy and takes about 10 minutes. You will need your driver’s license and to sign a few documents stating that you understand the Auction requirements. You will also need to have an opening bid in mind to complete the registration form. This number will be held in confidence and will be used to start the bidding when the Auction starts. You must be registered for a Real Estate Buyer Number to bid at this Auction.

Registration Requirements: Bidders must first sign and accept all disclosure forms including seller's disclosure and waiving the opportunity for inspections. All inspections must be completed prior to Auction. Bidders must register for a special Real Estate Buyers number day of Auction and complete an opening bid form.

Real Estate Deposit Requirements: If you are the successful bidder and your bid is accepted you will immediately need to execute the Purchase Agreement with a nonrefundable deposit of $5,000. Your bid is not contingent upon being approved for financing. Please arrange financing prior to Auction and be able to pay cash at closing.

Bidding: The Auction of this real estate will take place in the same manner in which you would expect to bid on a piece of personal property. The Auctioneer will move at a slower pace to ensure that every person clearly understands the amount of the previous bid. You will have the opportunity to bid as many times as you like and upon conclusion, the highest bid will be offered to the seller. The Auctioneers decision is final. If you're the successful bidder - congratulations! You'll meet with Noah Smith immediately after the Auction to pay the required deposit, sign purchase agreements and complete all necessary documents.

Property Disclaimer: The property is being offered "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no warranties of any type express or implied. All information advertised or stated has been derived from sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. Buyers shall rely totally on their inspection of the property and records. Any improvements that must be made are the responsibility of the buyer. Any announcements made Auction day take precedence over prior written and oral statements. The Auction will be conducted by the sole discretion of the Auctioneers.

Buyer Premium: A 10% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid to create the purchase price. Please take this into consideration when bidding.

Possession: Possession will be at closing

Closing: Closing will occur within 45 days of Auction at the Plainfield Transnation Office. Balance of purchase price will be due at closing.

Deed: Seller shall supply an owner's title insurance policy in the amount of the purchase price.

Easements: Sale of property is subject to all easements of record.

Closing Costs: The buyer will incur standard closing costs of approx $500.

Survey: A new survey has been provided by the seller at no cost to the buyer and is to be accepted by the buyer.

Real Estate Taxes: Taxes shall be prorated to the date of closing.

Buyer's Agent Broker Participation (if you are buyer that is represented by a buyer’s agent): A 1.5% commission on the high bid will be paid to a licensed Michigan Broker whose prospect pays for and closes on the property. Commission is tabulated from the high bid before the premium is added. The broker must first register their prospect in writing by sending an email to artsmithauctioneers@gmail.com. Broker or agent must inspect the property with their client and attend the Auction with the prospect and sign in. There can be no exceptions to this procedure; no oral registrations will be accepted.

Septic & Well Information: The well and septic are currently in working order to the best of our knowledge, but are not up to code. The property is being offered "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no warranties of any type. 

Irrigation Encroachment: Neighboring center pivot irrigation to encroach on property behind barn as it passes, deeded easement to be recorded before closing.

The information provided is a summary of information available from numerous sources, the majority of which have not been independently confirmed. This summary has been provided only for the use of prospective bidders at the Public Auction to be held on June 23rd 2022. It is supplied for whatever assistance it may provide in answering questions, however, all information and opinions are supplied without warranties or representations; either expressed or implied whatsoever.

Prospective bidders are advised to avail themselves to records of Courtland Township, Kent County and the State of Michigan and to make inspections of the premises on their own behalf; consulting whatever advisor they may feel appropriate.

New data, corrections, or changes could be made after the printing of this packet. Please arrive prior to the start of the Auction to inspect and consider any new information and changes.

 

PERSONAL PROPERTY OVERVIEW:

TERMS: Cash or good check day of Auction. Master Card or VISA with 5% service fee. We subscribe to Pay-Tec, A NATIONAL CHECK COLLECTION COMPANY. Al items sell in “as-is” condition.

Lunch truck, port-a-jon and wash up station available on-site.

INSPECTION: Wednesday, June 22nd 5:00PM-6:00PM


 AUCTION ORDER:

12:00PM: 2 Auctioneers selling Antiques & Shop Items

1:00PM: Tractor & Coin Collection

2:00PM Home Sells


TRACTOR, EQUIPMENT & TRAILER: 

1953 Ford Golden Jubilee w/front end loader w/snow plow & manure bucket, WF, 3pt., nearly new 14.9X24” tires, fenders, always housed, Ser. #NA

Tractor tire chains

3pt. counter weight

3pt. Dearborn 6’ disc

3pt. Ford 2bt. 14” plow

3pt. slip scoop

3pt. tractor jack

46” x 7’ utility trailer

 

CAR PORT:

18’ x 20’ three-sided car port

 

LUMBER:

Rough cut Cherry 1x lumber, stick dried in barn (about a pickup truck load)

Rough cut Sugar Maple 1x lumber, stick dried in barn (about a pickup truck load)

Misc. other used & new lumber

 

WORKSHOP & YARD & GARDEN ITEMS: 

Cub Cadet Mod. LTX10 -46VT hydro lawn mower (needs work)

Two stage front mount snow blower (fits the Cub Cadet)

Earthquake rear-tine rototiller

Front-tine rototiller

Rear-tine rototiller, new engine, stuck transmission

Craftsman dump lawn cart

Back pack pump garden sprayer

Pull type dethatcher

Pull type fertilizer spreader

Shop built power hack saw

Wheel barrow

9’X9’ portable gazebo

Pedestal double grinder

Craftsman 12” wood plane

Shop built band saw w/24” throat

Craftsman 6’ jointer

Craftsman 15 gal. portable air compressor

Ridgid 36” floor model wood lathe

Set of Delta wood lathe tools

Bench drill press

Shop vacuums

Workbench w/drawers

Shop shelves

C-clamps

Bottle jacks

Elect. cords

6’ step ladder

Organizers full of hardware

Many wood working tools

Wood working magazines

Small portable air compressor

Hand truck

Shop vac

Limb trimmer

Elect. supplies

Vise

Laser level

(2) 100’ tapes

Hatchets, hand mauls & hammers

Rubber mallets

Letter & number stamp set

Wet stones

Tools boxes some with tools

Pipe wrenches

Craftsman sawzall

Quantity of nuts, bolts & nails

Shop built belt sander

Aluminum step/extension ladder

Flies

Corner frame clamps

Router bits

Tinning jig

Welders vise grips

Reg. vise grips

4” belt 8” disc sander

Power wet stone

10”X14” metal lay-out block

Chain saw

Saw blades

Aluminum pipe wrench

Bar clamps

Line trimmers

Hole saws

Letter drill index

Precision tools

Tap & dies

Block & tackle

Aluminum extension ladder

Yard & garden misc. items

Post hole digger

Log chains

Lawn chairs

Craftsman utility sharpener

Rakes, hoes, shovels, Plumb double axe etc.

 

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & FARM PRIMITIVES: 

PETER WRIGHT blacksmith anvil mounted on wood block, 3 ¾” X 13” face, 10” high, 1” Hardy hole

Post drill

Yankee drills

Wood planes, one from Germany

Molding planes

Saw set

Set of tongue & groove wood planes

Flax wheel

Wood clamps

Hand crank wall mount corn sheller

Wards table top, hand crank, cream separator, complete

Bob sled “used for hauling logs”

Planet Jr. #25 garden seeder

Scythe

Coleman Mod. A-10 single burner camp stove

Porcelain outdoor lamp shade

Hand corn & potato planters

Winnowing rod

Wooden block planes

Hand beam drills

Brace & bits

Breast drills

Bung drill

Apple peeler

Carriage jack Pat. 1914

(2) #39146 Pangborn glass globes

(2) 14” tall brass shell casings

BEAR recurve bow

Pianoette stringed instrument

Unusual stringed instrument

Collectible glassware

Flexible Flyer Yankee Clipper snow sled

Griswold 9” dia. griddle

Other cast iron pans

(2) Milking stools

Copper tea pots

Glass crank butter churn

Underwood typewriter

Youth rocker

OAK T-back chairs

Primitive table

Chrome & Formica top table w/10 chairs

Portable turntable

Metal bed frame

Pedestal lamp table

Gas iron

Glass chick water

(2) Long wooden extension ladders

Kitchen utensils

Cast iron Krume Kornu stove top press (Sweden)

Corked jug

(2) Steel wheels

Christmas decorations

Dressing table w/mirror

Drop leaf table

4 & 5 drawer dressers

Wood framed upholstered chair

(2) Milk cans

Milk can strainer

John Deere toy tractor

Nylint pickup truck

Few Depressions glass pieces

Nail keg

Handmade double pedestal Walnut dining room table w/3 leaves

Wood high chair

Doll cradle w/doll

Toy box w/Fisher Price toys

Rogers silverplate in case

Pyrex measuring cups

Camel back trunk

Michigan licenses plates

Wood pulleys

Oneida stainless silverware in case

Carrom board

22” dia. wet stone wheel on stand

Metal youth high chair

Monkey wrenches

Primitive carpenter tools

Youth rocker

 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: 

Generac 6500-watt generator w/19 hours, like new

Generator w/blown engine

Dog cage w/mattress

Pet carrier

Conair foot massage

Picnic basket

Misc. fishing equipment

Camping chairs

Elect. motors

Coleman camp stove

(4) Boxes of new Country Pine flooring

(10) Boxes of Blond Maple flooring

Brass blocks

Brass rod

Misc. crafting lumber

Sm. amount of fire wood

Huffy 18 speed mountain bike

Several other bikes

Wheel chair

Black plastic hose

Roll of hog wire fence

Used oil

Scrap iron & scrap wire

 

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS:  

Elect. range

Refrigerator/freezer

Automatic washer

Elect. dryer

Older chest freezer

(2) Pressure cookers

Small kitchen appliances

OAK entertainment center

Philips 31” flat screen TV

Wall décor

Platform rocker

Lester spinet piano & bench

Lamps

Grandfather clock

Arm chairs

Floor fans

Kneehole desk

Printer

Stereo speakers

Radio w/turntable

Canning jars

(2) 2-drawer files

DVD/VCR player

Folding tables

Love seat

Book case

4-drawer file

(2) swivel chairs

Gun cabinet

Computer desk

End tables

Sleep Number Full size mattress on water bed frame

Upright vacuum

Cot

Everyday dishes

Pots & pans

Silverware

Cook books

Digital scales

Bed frame

Table top fans

Potato bin

Card table


COIN COLLECTION: Selling at 1:00PM

1. (7) 1964 Washington quarters and (1) 1963 Washington quarter

2. (8) Silver Washington quarters

3. (2) 1921-P Morgan Silver dollars

4. (2) 1921-P Morgan Silver dollars

5. (1) 1921-P and (1) 1921-S Morgan Silver dollars

6. (2) 1881-P Morgan Silver dollars

7. (1) 1880-P and (1) 1885-P Morgan Silver dollars

8. (2) 1922-D Peace Silver dollars

9. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

10. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

11. (2) 1923-S Peace Silver dollars

12. (2) 1923-P Peace Silver Dollars

13. (1) 1923-P and (1) 1924-S Peace Silver dollars

14. (2) 1922-P Peace Silver dollars

15. (1) 1925-P and (1) 1935-S Peace Silver dollars

16. (66) Lincoln Wheat cents

17. (2) 1968 Mexican Olympic Silver 25 Pesos coins

18. 1960-D, 1950-P and 1962-D Franklin half dollars, (3) 1964-D Kennedy half dollars, (4) Barber nickels (1905, 1911, and 2 1912)

19. (6) Mercury dimes, and 1 1945-P Silver nickel

20. (17) Indian Head cents dated from 1880-1908

21. 1861 Seated Liberty Silver quarter and (3) Eisenhower dollars

22. Jar of change and (6) Red Point to Kens

23. Large bag of foreign coins, including some currency and silver coins