AUCTIONEER’S NOTE Not very often does a property like this come up at Public Auction. The possibilities for this property – bed & breakfast, wedding &/or photography venue, winery, corporate retreat center, gentleman’s farm – are only limited to your imagination. Be on time, we will sell the real estate first and then follow with personal property. See you at the sale. Dusty, David & Bill
REAL ESTATE TO BE OFFERED AT 11:00 A.M.
40.43 acres m/l in Section 32 TWP 53N R 1E; Exact Legal to Govern
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Close your eyes and imagine when horse and buggy were the main mode of transportation and inventions, such as the telephone and light bulb were being introduced. Just a few years after completion of the Falicon Mansion, the Model T was available for the everyday family.
Welcome to the Falicon Mansion! Built and designed by Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge Architectural Firm in the late 1800s. This one of a kind home offers approx. 11,000 sq. ft. of living space featuring 19 rooms, 9 fireplaces, 7 bedrooms and 6 baths. Walking up to the home the grand columns and Federalist Colonial architectural style help you to realize the lifestyle and mindset of the aristocracy of the period.
Once inside, the grand foyer features the beautiful staircase with hand carved spindles, 20’x28’ dining room with fireplace, stenciled ceiling and mahogany paneling. The 29’x27’ great room has beamed and stenciled ceilings, oak paneling and a massive fireplace with intricate cast carvings. The butler pantry features cabinets reaching the ceiling, the hand lift elevator to move belongings from one level to the next, covered sitting area with skylights and the list goes on.
The 40+/- acres present stunning views from every angle with 50 types of trees. Enjoy watching the eagles and wildlife.
Other improvements include cottage, guest home, brick washhouse, ice house and water tower.
The Falicon Mansion and property boast opportunities of all kinds; private residence, wedding venue, bed & breakfast, company retreat…..the history and possibilities are endless.
Some deeded restrictions.
NOTE: Due to the law on lead based paint & lead based paint hazards on any home built prior to 1978, any inspections for lead base paint by a purchaser must be done 10 days prior to the auction. Buyers will be given an EPA pamphlet & will be required to sign a disclosure acknowledging that you were given the information.
Terms: 10% down day of sale with the balance of cash at closing on or before 30 days after the sale with possession at closing.
OPEN HOUSE ON THE REAL ESTATE is Thursday November 16, 2017 from 2:00 to 5:00 P.M. or by appointment.
PERSONAL PROPERTY TO SELL AFTER REAL ESTATE
ANTIQUE FURNITURE & COLLECTIBLES
· Primitive shelf w/2 drawers
· Black & white whiskey crate
· Single tree
· Radio Flyer wagon
· 3 piece parlor set
· Ornate coffee table
· 4 drawer, oak cabinet
· 2 oak desks & chairs
· Victorian chair w/claw feet
· Official map, City of St. Louis 1951
· Glass rabbit & bluebird paperweights
· Hall pottery tea set
· Assorted medicine bottles; 2 Thomas Edison, ink wells
· Wall telephone
· Cast iron school desk
· Child’s oak desk
· Telephone table
· Assorted rocking chairs
· Twin size oak bed
· Cane bottom chair
· Cherry vanity w/mirror
· Coca Cola, Royal Crown trays
· Soda bottle collection, approx. 60
· 1950s cabinet
· Claw foot bathtub
· Marble top, hall table
· Misc law books
· 1880s Victorian era, square grand, rosewood piano by Knabe, neat piece
· 12’x18’ Moren Oriental rug – wow
· 2, 10’x7’ Chris Madden rugs
· 5’x7’ rug
· Cashmere rug, 5’x6’
· Oak pool table, nice
· Ping pong table
· Air hockey table
HOUSEHOLD & MISC
· Single tree
· 11 piece wicker set
· 2 sofas
· Lamp tables
· Glider rocker
· Maple bed
· Assorted dishes
· Lot kids games, movies, books
· Gumball machine
· Several floor lamps
· Folding chairs
· Doll collection, 12+
· Lot towels & bedding
· Upright freezer
· Misc pictures, framed artwork & wall mirrors
OWNER: BRUCE E. McGUIRE
Lunch will be served.
All buyers will be photographed.
Terms: Cash or Good Check with Current Photo ID.
Out of State Photo IDs and Out of State Checks must be accompanied with a Bank Letter of Credit.
We do not accept Cashier Checks.
Items sold with no warranty.
They stand sold AS IS.
Owner & Auction personnel not responsible for accidents day of sale!
Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisement!