REAL ESTATE - SELLS AT 12:00 NOON
GENERAL INFORMATION - The Harris real estate is located at 345 S 5th in Warsaw, IL and is improved with a nice 1-½ story home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and full basement. It has hardwood floors through out and a new roof. All City Utilities (gas, water and sewer) are provided. It is also improved with a newer over sized single car detached garage with overhead door with opener and walk door. This is all situated on a large shaded lot. This property may be viewed most anytime by contacting Sullivan & Son Representative, Chad Thompson 309-221-1924 or attend the Open House on Sunday, April 8th from 11AM - 1PM.
List of modern updates to this home : 2017 new roof; 2010- 8 new windows installed; 2010 - new furnace; 2009 - new bathroom added; 2000 - new insulation added in attic; 1997 - garage was built
TERMS ON REAL ESTATE - Fifteen percent of the bid price to be paid on day of sale with the balance due on or before May 21, 2018. Title insurance will be provided by Seller. The 2017 real estate taxes due in 2018 to be paid by Seller with the 2018 taxes being prorated to the date of closing. Immediately following the sale of the real estate, the Buyer shall enter into a purchase agreement with the Seller. A copy of said contract may be inspected prior to sale day by contacting Steve Morris 217-847-3711, Attorney for Seller. All announcements made at the auction supersede prior advertising.
Walnut 1-drawer drop-leaf table; walnut kitchen table with 4 leaves and matching buffet; walnut 3-piece bedroom suite with double bed; walnut 2-piece bedroom set with double bed; oak 4-drawer dresser with mirror; oak footstool; oak pressed-wood plant stand; knee-hole desk; several book shelves; prim. painted chest and other furniture; industrial stool; metal store display rack; Chrom-A-Craft table with chairs; antique glassware; early German book; pottery & stoneware; early kitchen scale; sterling plate flatware set; Roy Rogers toy box; doilies & fancywork; vintage cameras; McCoy cookie jar; large Folk Art painting; jewelry & watches; costume jewelry; Warsaw Wildcat items to include lettermen’s jackets; 1950s football and baseball bobble heads; cast iron door stop; early toys & games; early Halloween items; iron fence gate; (2) 1960s Mt. Dew hillbilly hats; early Mickey Mouse Dixon student set; Maytag wringer washer; holiday décor; towels and linens; misc. kitchenware items; small line of everyday household items; cookbooks; Magic Chef microwave; child’s toys; canning jars; metal & wood work bench; step ladders; old wooden ladder; bicycles; small selection of tools and garage items; hand tools and outdoor items; Snapper push mower and various other items too numerous to mention at this time.
Attorney for Estate, Stephen B. Morris
1040 Broadway, Hamilton, IL 62341 • 217-847-3711