Farm On Mowbray Mountain To Be Auctioned Aug. 12

Tuesday, August 1, 2017
A farm at 1622 Mowbray Pike on Mowbray Mountain will be auctioned on Aug. 12 at 10 a.m. by the Henry Glascock Company.
 
Open houses will be Aug.
5 and 6.

Glascock officials said, "The owners are retiring, moving and selling everything!  A beautiful home with 4,700 +/- sf sits on Tract 2. A Large 2-story barn with concrete floors sits on Tract 1. The entire property contains approximately 118 acres and is divided into 5 Tracts; it can be bought whole, by the tract or in combinations of tracts. The property has a mix of rolling woodlands and cleared pasture with over 3,000 feet of frontage on Mowbray Creek.
 
"In addition to the real estate, the owners are also selling off their personal property which includes a 40-foot motor home, tractor, dump truck, Toyota Prius, 4-wheeler, zero radius riding lawn mower, tools, trailers, lawn equipment and much more."

Along with the real estate the owner is auctioning personal property. Everything must go; the owners do not have any need for it anymore. 

The  4,700-square-foot home has four bedrooms, three full baths, a half bath, a two-car garage, a large upstairs area with office, or rec room, bedroom and full bath, and a huge two-story barn/workshop area with concrete floor.

There is a 10 percent buyer's premium.

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