|INTERESTED IN HAVING
NEED AN APPRAISAL?
WANT TO SELL YOUR
HOME OR FARM?
|YOU CAN REACH US BY
SATURDAY MAY 10TH, STARTING @ 10:30 A.M. \
(REAL ESTATE TO SELL AT HIGH NOON)
18557 STATE ROUTE 339 (CROOKED TREE RD) - DEXTER CITY, OHIO
140 ACRES - BUILDING SITES - LARGE PARCELS - SMALL PARCELS - HUNTING GROUND -
RECREATIONAL GROUND - 3 BEDROOM HOME -
BARN - GARAGE - ROAD FRONTAGE - COUNTY WATER -
FREE GAS - CALDWELL EXEMPTED SCHOOLS - NOBLE COUNTY -
ALSO SELLING PERSONAL PROPERTY
DIRECTIONS: From I-77 take exit #16 (Macksburg exit) - Turn towards SR 821 onto Highland Ridge Road - Go
approximately 50 yards - Turn left only SR 821 North - Follow 821 for approximately 1.5 miles - Turn left onto
Crooked Tree Road (SR 339) - Follow SR 339 for 2 miles - Auction site will be on the left - SIGNS WILL BE
POSTED FROM I-77.
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS with these 140 acres. Property features two auctions - 100 acres and 40 acres. They
will both be sold from Auction #1’s location. These properties are located only about a mile from one another
and offer a wide array of uses. You will not be disappointed with this exceptional offering of real estate.
This auction features 40 picturesque acres. It has a three bedroom home, barn, outbuildings, county water,
free gas, and more. Property offers a combination of open and wooded land. There are home sites, pasture
fields and woods. This property will be divided into 6 parcels and offered as a whole, whichever way nets the
seller the most money is the way it will be sold.
TRACT #1: This tract lies on 1.2 acres, and features a two-story, three bedroom home with free gas, and
county water. The house includes living room, family room, kitchen, dining room, full basement and a attached
carport. Also featured on this parcel is a small garden shed. Opportunity Knocks!!!
TRACT #2: Features a bank barn, a 2-car garage, other outbuildings, and 5 acres. Property offers road
frontage on SR 339, county water, and more. Beautiful views of the rolling hills of southeastern Ohio.
TRACT #3: The largest parcel in Auction #1, holding 23 acres. This tract features a wooded - pasture mix.
There are building sites with county water, road frontage on SR 339, and some marketable timber. Opportunity
TRACT #4: This tract features 6.5 acres of open pasture, county water, road frontage on SR 339 and Boone
Hollow Road, building sites, and more. Opportunity Knocks!!!
TRACT #5: This parcel presents 4 acres with road frontage on Boone Hollow Road, county water, open pasture
with room to build, and more. Opportunity Knocks!!!
TRACT #6: This piece of land offers 5.5 acres, road frontage on SR 339, county water, and some timber.
NOTE- This auction has an extra free gas tap available, if property is sold in individual parcels, the extra gas
tap will be auctioned off among the successful bidders of the real property.
This auction features 100 acres of wooded acreage. There is some marketable timber. Property will be
divided into three parcels and offered individually and as a whole, whichever nets the seller the most money is
the way they will be sold. These acres would make for the perfect get-a-way and also offers an abundance of
wildlife. There is a lot of frontage on Boone Hollow Rd. (TR 5) Opportunity Knocks!!!
TRACT #1: This is an exceptional piece of land for any one wanting hunting or recreational land. This tract
features 8 wooded acres, and would be a perfect site for camping or hunting. There is road frontage on Boone
Hollow Road. Opportunity Knocks!!!
TRACT #2: This parcels offers 45 wooded acres with a lot of road frontage on Boone Hollow Road. It is an ideal
hunting or camping site with trails all over. Opportunity Knocks!!!
TRACT #3: : 45 beautifully wooded acres with road frontage on Boone Hollow Road. Perfect for hunting with
many trails across the property. Opportunity Knocks!!!
Tuesday, April 29th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Sunday May 4th from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(Feel free to walk land at your convenience)
TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: 10% non-refundable down day of auction - balance due at
closing (within 30 days). Property will be sold in individual parcels and as a whole -
which ever way nets the seller the most money is the way the property will be sold.
There will be a buyers premium of $50.00 and acre added to your final bid price to make
up your contract price. This property sells with no contingencies. This property sells as-
is, where-is with no warranties implied or expressed. Any inspections must be made
prior to bidding. All information contained here-in was derived from sources believed to
be correct, but not warranted. Any announcements made sale day take precedence over
FARM EUIPMENT - ANTIQUES - COLLECTIBLES - QUILTS - GUNS - CAST IRON
TOYS - HOUSEHOLD - AND MORE
FARM EQUIPMENT AND RELATED: Farm-All Super C tractor (needs rim); attachments for Super C: (2) 7’ cutter
bar mowing machines; cultivators; 2 way plow; International 544 tri-cycle tractor (live power - 38” tires -
remote hydraulics; 2 row corn planter; grain drill; dump rake; 6’ Woods rotary cutter (2 years old); 2 basket
International pull type tedder; bale spear; 7’ Woods blade; drag disc; Quality Lawn tractor ( 14.5 hp w/ 42” cut);
Murray 3.5 hp push mower; Ranch King riding tractor; lawn sweep; water tubs; water hose; step ladders; hand
tools; work bench w/ vise; steel posts; lathe; bench w/ grinder; aluminum gates; iron gates; platform scales;
feed box; chicken crates; walnut lumber; snatch blocks; marking plow; pile of old post; 3 pt boom; ext. ladders;
woven wire; hay wagon w/ sideboards; cultivator; wooden boxes; reel mowers; hand cultivators; sockets;
wrenches; power tools; and more.
GUNS & SWORDS: Mossburg 22 bolt action rifle; 50 cal muzzle loader; JC Higgins 20 ga. Double barrel; Ithaca
M66 Super Single 12 ga. (2); Stevens 12 ga. Single shot; Rohm 22 cal 6 shot pistol; Stevens Favorite 22 rifle w/
octagon barrel; Criag Jergoson 30-40; muzzle loader; muzzle loader w/ tiger maple stock (AC McGirr Marietta,
Ohio); Crescent 16 ga simgle shot; 2 Japanese WWII military swords (one is an officers sword).
ANTIQUES, PRIMITIVES, TOYS, AND COLLECTIBLES: Cast Iron Santa still bank; cast iron grader, roller, tractor,
car, and cannon; Lindy cast iron plane; Marx wind-up golden goose; Arcade friction car; cap guns; Smile Cola
store advertising bottle (1 gallon); cracker jar from old Taylor store; children’s games; tiger maple one drawer
stand; child’s tricycle; dinner bell; child’s wagon; approx. 6-7 good quilts ( all vintage and hand quilted); cutter
quilts; flower stand; ornate mirror; stained glass lamp; costume jewelry; WWII pillow cases; assorted Fenton;
rosettes; bisque doll; collector plates; Currier and Ives dishes; misc. depression glass; table cloths; small
wooden table w/ drawer; French horn; wooden child’s block puzzle; buttons; material - old feed sacks; mission
style flower stand; wash stand w/ towel rack; Hoosier cabinet; small drop leaf table; photo album of tin types;
Fenton Log Cabin fairy lamp; sewing rocker; shoeshine box; Japanese silk kimonas; Japanese money; prints
and pictures; cedar chest (2); 2 flat wall cupboards (one w/ glass doors); oak blind door cupboard; humpback
trunk and others; historical newspaper articles; long range fox call; crocks and crock jugs; Zane Grey books;
doilies and fancywork; runner sleighs; store beam scales; egg baskets; milk cans; implement seats; iron
kettles (3); Model A wheels, tires, door; 3 over 2 dresser w/ mirror; and lots more.
HOUSEHOLD AND OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST: 12’ x 22’ carport; roofing slate; bird bath; lawn ornaments;
Martin bird boxes; porch swings; gas grill; lawn furniture; cook books; recliner; televisions; dining room table
w/ 6 chairs; Singer sewing machine; floor rugs; bedding; Kenmore gas dryer; Maytag automatic washer; de-
humidifier; Kenmore 23’ chest deep freeze; and more.
TERMS ON CHATTELS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK W/ PROPER ID
OWNERS: EARL AND BARBARA WAY
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY:
ED AND BEN SCHAFER AUCTIONEERS
DAVE ANDERSON REALTY
BEN SCHAFER, AUCTIONEER/AGENT
740-732-6745 740-584-SALE 740-838-6745
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Earl and Barbara have lived on this farm for nearly 60 years. They have decided to move
to town and have contracted us to conduct this excellent auction. We are still sorting through and expect
there to be many more finds. There are quality items throughout, you won’t be disappointed. The farm itself
offer many possibilities. Bring a friend and a lawn chair. We may sell from two rings part of the day. Lunch
stand will be provided by the Dexter City Methodist Church. These auctioneers are licensed and bonded in
favor of the State of Ohio. Any announcements sale day take precedence over printed material. Not
responsible for accidents or loss. See you on the 10th.