Victorian Home At Auction In Tracy City Oct. 21

Friday, October 6, 2017

A Victorian home at Tracy City, Tn., will be offered at auction on Oct. 21.

The four-bedroom, three-bath home with a detached garage is at 324 10th St.

viAUCTION!
4 BR, 3 BA w/3 Car Detached Garage & Personal Property
324 10th Street, Tracy City, TN 37387

Personal property of the prior owner is included.

The auction is onsite at 10 a.m.

Officials of Maples Realty & Auction Co. said, "Step back in time with this Victorian style 4 bedroom, 3 bath home that features a 3 car detached garage with apartment. Property has large mature trees, a deck with a wrap-around porch, and an in-ground swimming pool. In the heart of Tracy City, conveniently located to Monteagle, Sewanee "University of the South", fine dining, hiking trails, backpacking, camping, and fishing, all within an hour’s drive of Nashville and Chattanooga.

"Personal Property:  Antiques: Mirrors, dressers, chairs, end tables, bed frames, desk, chest, The County Line radio, coffee table, buffet, bookshelf, bathtub, china, poker table and chairs, buffet, desk, sofa and chairs, trunk, stools, carousel, gas lamps, clock, candleholders, dolls, rocking chair, and mahogany bar.  Furniture: Desks, grandfather clock, buffet, breakfast table and chairs, china, glassware, dining room table and chairs, mirrors, sofa, stools, and rocking chairs.  Household Items:  Jars, candle holders, vases, paintings, pictures, lamps, towel rack, silver platters, sterling silver candle holders, baskets, kitchenware, gold flatware, figurines, Christmas decorations, figurines and nutcrackers.  Miscellaneous:  Dolls, rocking horses, toys, doll house, piano and stool, vinyl record albums, bottles and decanters, books, and much, much more."

The real estate will sell at noon.

For more information and pictures visit www.maplesrealtyandauction.com 

Terms:  10% down day of sale, balance due on or before 30 days
Taxes:  Prorated Possession:  Date of Deed
10% Buyers Premium on Real Estate & Personal Property
Personal Property:  Cash, Check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover
Auction Agent:  Brad Muse, 615-405-5514

Special Note:  Homes built prior to 1978 are subject to lead-base paint.  In accordance with federal law, all potential buyers will be allowed 10 days prior to sale to have the home inspected at their expense.

Directions:  From Nashville take I-24 East to Monteagle, Exit 134 and stay right, left on Fairmont Avenue (41S), right on Main Street, right on 10th Street, property on left.




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