Saturday, June 16th at 10:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Central Daylight
621 Wilson Road Somerset, KY
Absolute Estate Auction of
The Late Mr. Coy Wilson’s
24 acres m/l in Tracts,
Antiques & Personal Property
Saturday, June 16th at 10:30 am
621 Wilson Rd, Somerset, KY
Directions – Turn off Hwy 27 onto Clifty Road near Kia dealership and proceed one miles on Clifty to Wilson Rd (just before Pleasant Hill Baptist Church). Turn Left on Wilson Road and proceed ½ mile to the auction. Auction signs are posted.
Our firm has been authorized to sell this dandy farm and collection of personal property at Absolute Auction.
Tract #1 – measures 1.55 acres and has 250 feet of frontage along Wilson Road with city water available. This would make a nice building site.
Tract #2 – consists of 4.26 acres and fronts Wilson Road 100 feet. This tract also has city water available. This tract is primarily cleared crop or pasture land.
Tract #3 is the largest of the tracts with 8.42 acres and 316 feet of frontage along Wilson Road. This tract is also mostly crop and pasture land. This tract has an older barn.
Tract #4 is 1.23 acres with 190 feet of frontage on Wilson Road and city water is available. This tract is improved with a concrete block building measuring approx. 48’ x 84’. It has a concrete floor and metal roof.
Tract #5 measures 7.06 acres and is primarily cleared crop and pasture land. It has 255 feet of frontage along Wilson Road and has city water available.
Tracts #6 & #7 measure 78/100 of an acre and 72/100 of an acre, respectively, each with 170 feet and 166 feet, respectively, of frontage along Wilson Road and city water available. Either of these tracts would make an excellent building site.
Auctioneer’s Note – When combined, there is a total of 24.07 acres of prime property only minutes from town. There is a total of 1447 feet of frontage along Wilson Rd. These are ideal building lots and the opportunity to buy whatever size small farm you’re looking for.
Personal Property to be sold includes: Victorian-style antique bed and marble top dresser, child’s wagon, press cane wheel chair, old bicycles, sleds, old lanterns, wagon wheel, old tools of all descriptions, 2 old whicker buggy seats, lots of primitive pieces, old advertising cans, several floor lamps. Lots of wood beds, marble slabs, old marbles, brass bed, iron beds, lots of old chairs, old harness hames, and bridles, dishes, porcelain casters, old toys, approx. 12 ft primitive dining table, lots of picture frames, old shoe lasts, antique child’s high chair, old platform scales, old rockers, cream can, large bottle collection, books, primitive kitchen cabinet and much more.
Coy was involved in the antique business for well over 50 years. There is a large collection of some rare items. Some of the items are ready for the person who is looking for a project to restore.
We will start a crew selling personal property while the real estate is being sold so bring your spouse or friend in case you’re interested in both.
Note: There will be a ten percent buyer’s premium added to the last bid to determine the final sales price.
TERMS: Real Estate: 20% deposit the day of the auction with the balance due in 30 days. All personal property items must be paid for in full the day of the auction with cash, check or VISA/Mastercard in full. All purchases are subject to Kentucky sales tax and all credit sales are subject to a 3% processing fee.
NOTE: This will be a multi-parcel absolute auction, giving each and every prospective purchaser the ability to purchase any or all tracts or combination of tracts.
AUCTIONEER/BROKER/SELLER DISCLAIMER: The information contained herein is believed to be correct to the best of the auctioneer’s knowledge. The information is being provided for the bidder’s convenience and it is the bidder’s responsibility to determine the information contained herein is accurate and complete. The property is selling in its “as-is” condition with no warranties express or implied.
For additional information contact the auctioneers at 606-679-2212 or log onto our website at www.fordbrothersinc.com.
Announcements made the day of the auction take precedence over printed matter.