Dayton Farm That Has Never Sold Before To Be Auctioned On May 19

Tuesday, May 8, 2018
A 383-acre farm near Dayton that has been owned by the same family since the 1800s is being auctioned.
 
Henry Glascock, who is handling the auction, said it is being sold for division among heirs.
 
He said it will sell in 19 tracts or as a whole to the highest bidder or bidders. Tract sizes range from 5 to 70 acres.

"This land has never been offered for sale," Mr. Glascock said.
 
The property has gently rolling topography, mixed hard woods and pastures. City water and power is available.

The auction will be May 19 at 11 a.m. at Carrabelle's Restaurant, 4730 Rhea Highway, Dayton.

For more information, call Mr. Glascock at 423-825-0049 or 423-991-7221.

There is a 10 percent buyer's premium.

More information is at http://www.glascockco.com/rhea-absolute?utm_source=Chattanoogan&utm_medium=Rhea-Absolute&utm_campaign=Glascock



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