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  • STARTNov 24th - 4:00pm

  • VENUEKnox County Community Center

LARGE Lewis County, MO Land Auction

SOLD! TRACT 1 – $2,325.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 2 – $2,850.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 3 – $5,600.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 4 – $5,600.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 5 – $2,700.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 6 – $2,950.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 7 – $3,200.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 8 – $3,150.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 9 – $4,600.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 10 – $2,600.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 11 – $2,000.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 12 – $2,950.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 13 – $2,650.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 14 – $2,100.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 15 – $2,875.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 16 – $1,950.00 PER ACRE

SOLD! TRACT 17 – $900.00 PER ACRE

TOTAL : $5,481,195.00

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2018 AT 4:00 P.M.

Sale to be held at the Knox County Community Center, Edina, MO

Open House: Saturday, November 10 from 12-2 P.M.

Selling 1,862.3 Surveyed Acres in 17 Tracts.

Land is located approximately 2 miles south of LaBelle, MO along State Hwy. D in Sections 3, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 30 & 35, T61N•R9W, LaBelle Township; Sections 1 & 2, T60N•R9W, Salem Township and Section 34, T62N•R9W, LaBelle Township, Lewis County, MO.

Tracts 1-13: From LaBelle, MO (Jct of Hwy. 6 & Hwy. D), take Hwy. D south approximately 2.5 miles to farm.

Tract 14: From LaBelle, MO, take Hwy. K north 1/2 mile to County Road 190th Street, then east 1.5 miles to farm.

Tract 15: From LaBelle, MO, take Hwy. 6 east 1.5 miles to 135th Ave., then north 1/2 mile to farm.

Tract 16: From LaBelle, MO, (Jct of Hwy. 6 & Hwy. D), take Hwy. D south approximately 6 miles to 255th, then east 3 miles to farm.

Tract 17: Be watching website for directions to farm.

Land consists of highly productive tillable cropland, excellent improved pasture/hay ground, mature hardwood timber, outstanding multiple lakes and offers “premier” whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage. Land is improved with an older historic country home and outbuildings with beautiful setting and location along State Hwy. D.

 

Tract Information

Tract 1 – 99.7 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 18.66 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Lindley, Keswick, Westerville, Armstrong & Kilwinning.

• Land represents improved pastureland/hay production with the balance in hardwood timber and offers premier whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage.

• Access from the north by 225th Street.

 

Tract 2 – 118.6 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 84 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Armstrong & Kilwinning.

• Land represents very well maintained improved pastureland/hay production, excellent 8+ acre stocked lake with the balance in wooded draws.

• Access from the north by 225th Street.

 

Tract 3 – 79.3 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 73.28 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Kilwinning & Putnam.

• Land represents nearly 100% productive tillable cropland.

• Access from the north by 225th Street.

 

Tract 4 – 77.8 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 74.71 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Armstrong, Kilwinning & Putnam.

• Land represents nearly 100% productive tillable cropland and offers multiple building sites with State Hwy. D frontage.

• Access from the north by 225th Street.

 

Tract 5 – 36.6 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 29.6 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Keswick & Gorin.

• Land represents improved pastureland, 4+ acre lake with the balance in small wooded draws. Tract offers outstanding building sites with highway frontage.

• Access from the east by State Hwy. D.

 

Tract 6 – 64.7 Surveyed Acres

• Tract is improved with a historic 2 story country residence sitting on a beautiful site just off of State Hwy. D. Home includes 2,069 sq. ft., (total living area), 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Other improvements include a 26′ x 27′ detached garage, 36′ x 63′ barn, 97′ x 66′ barn, 20′ x 17′ shed as well as steel pipe corral fencing, inline feed bunks and silage bunker.

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 31.43 acres of tillable cropland with the balance in a “beautiful” 11+ acre lake & homestead.

• Primary soil types: Keswick, Gorin & Armstrong.

• Access from the west by State Hwy. D.

 

Tract 7 – 198.4 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 143.04 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Blackoar, Westerville, Keswick, Fatima, Gifford & Chariton.

• Land represents highly productive tillable cropland with the balance in hardwood timber and wooded draws and offers premier whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage.

• Access from the west by State Hwy. D.

 

Tract 8 – 228.7 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 155.9 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Keswick, Gorin, Lindley, Blackoar, Armstrong & Kilwinning.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, improved pastureland with the balance in hardwood timber. Tract offers outstanding hunting/recreational acreage.

• Access from the west by State Hwy. D.

 

Tract 9 – 76.9 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 70.27 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Kilwinning, Armstrong, Gorin & Putnam.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland with the balance in small timber area.

• Access from the south by County Road 230th Street & from the west by State Hwy. D.

 

Tract 10 – 90.2 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 39.41 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Blackoar, Arbela, Keswick & Gifford.

• Land represents highly productive tillable cropland with the balance in hardwood timber and offers premier whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting areas.

• Access from the north by 212th Street.

 

Tract 11 – 368.1 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 209.83 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Keswick, Blackoar, Gorin, Fatima, Westerville, Armstrong & Kilwinning.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, excellent improved pastureland with the balance in hardwood timber & wooded draws as well as a 5+ acre lake and a 7 1/2 acre lake.

• Access from the north by 212th Street.

 

Tract 12 – 94.6 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 87.17 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Kilwinning, Armstrong & Putnam.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland with the balance in small wooded draws.

• Access from the west by way of a deeded strip of land extending north to 212th Street.

 

Tract 13 – 119.1 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 102.95 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Keswick, Kilwinning, Armstrong & Leonard.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland, excellent improved pastureland with the balance in wooded draws.

• Access from the east by Hwy. DD.

 

Tract 14 – 27.4 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 2.13 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Lindley & Keswick.

• Land represents primarily hardwood timber and offers excellent hunting/recreational acreage as well as building site.

• Access from the north by 190th Street.

 

Tract 15 – 81.7 Surveyed Acres

• FSA figures should indicate approximately 52.63 acres of tillable cropland.

• Primary soil types: Keswick, Gorin, Armstrong & Lindley.

• Land represents productive tillable cropland with the balance in hardwood timber and offers outstanding hunting/recreational acreage.

• Access from the southeast by 135th Avenue.

 

Tract 16 – 80.6 Surveyed Acres

• Land represents 100% hardwood timber & offers premier whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage with excellent access from the north by 150th Avenue.

• Primary soil types: Lindley, Blackoar, Gorin & Keswick.

 

Tract 17 – 19.9 Surveyed Acres

• Land represents 100% hardwood timber & offers outstanding whitetail deer & wild turkey hunting acreage.

• Primary soil types: Westerville.

• Access to be determined. Please check website.

 

Method and Terms

Acreages in this advertisement are estimated. A survey will be completed prior to the sale on all 17 tracts. Tracts 1-17 will be sold on a price per acre basis based on acreages obtained from completed survey. Tracts 1-17 will be offered through the marketing method of “Buyer’s Choice” whereas the high bidder can purchase (in any order) any or all of Tracts 1-17 for their high bid. Auction will continue until all tracts have been sold.

The property will not be offered in its entirety at the conclusion of the auction. Bidding is NOT contingent upon financing.

Immediately following the auction, the winning bidder(s) will be required to sign a real estate sales contract and pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price as a non-refundable down payment, payable to Oak Hills Title Co., which shall hold the money in escrow until closing.

The balance of the purchase price will be due at closing which will take place at Oak Hills Title Co. on or before December 27, 2018.

Possession will be given at time of closing subject to the current farm lease which expires February 28, 2019.

Farmland sells free and clear for the 2019 crop year.

The 2018 real estate taxes will be paid by the seller. The 2019 real estate taxes and subsequent years will be the responsibility of the buyer(s). Title Insurance in the full amount of the purchase price will be provided. Closing costs will be split between buyer & seller.

All announcements made sale day take precedence over prior advertising either written or oral. The information in this brochure is believed to be accurate; however, no liability for its accuracy, errors or omissions is assumed. All lines drawn on maps, photographs, etc. are approximate. Buyers should verify the information to their satisfaction. There are no expressed or implied warranties made by seller or Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC pertaining to this property. Real estate is being sold “AS IS”.

 

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Seventeen Oak Farm LLC

Robert Baker Estate – Bradley Baker, Trustee

Wayne Baker

 

Rick Edwards, Farm Management Officer

First Bankers Trust Services, Inc.

Ph: 217-228-8060

 

Title Preparation & Closing By:

Oak Hills Title Co.

307 Lewis Street

Canton, MO 63435

Ph: 573-288-4461

 

Representing Attorney:

Dennis W. Smith

Smith Law Office

307 Lewis Street

Canton, MO 63435

Ph: 573-288-4461

 

 

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Date:
November 24, 2018
Time:
4:00 pm - 11:55 pm
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Venue

Knox County Community Center
207 N. 4th Street, Edina, MO, 63537, United States.
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