REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 2:00 P.M. on Sunday, October 28, 2018
14 acres m/l in the City of Berger, MO and fronting on Berger Road; Franklin County. Exact Legal to Govern
Improvements include a 6 room, 1 ½ story brick, turn of the century home. The main level consists of kitchen w/gas cook stove & walk-in pantry, formal dining room w/French doors, formal entry, living room, bedroom, full bath & closed in porch off master bedroom. The 2nd story consists of 2 large bedrooms w/ small study. The home has a full, walkout, unfinished basement, white brick w/slate roof, covered front porch, has natural gas, deep well & is on city sewer. Forced air gas furnace & central air.
Other improvements include a 22’x52’; shed, chicken house, 2 car garage & shop, 1 car garage & outhouse. Truly a Turn of the Century homestead.
Note: outbuildings are wood and tin sided.
Home features hardwood flooring, solid doors w/antique glass door knobs, Victorian stairway, a good solid home. Needs some work on the bathroom but extra clean.
14 acres m/l, approx. 6 acres presently in crop balance in woods & homestead. Part of the Tract is in the city limits. Hill top setting, beautiful home sites and in the Hermann School District.
For more information or to inspect the real estate prior to the sale, contact David or Dusty at 636-366-4206
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.
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.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Delwin lived to be 94 and never married. He was a lifelong resident of the Berger area. He farmed, worked at the shoe factory and later a teller at the bank in Berger. He was an active member of St. John’s United Church of Christ and was well known for his dance moves, he loved to dance. This is a complete sell out. A lot of the antiques are family heirlooms. Come early, enjoy the ride, the Hermann scenery is something to enjoy. Bring your camera. See you at the sale. One of the few homesteads left. Be sure & check out the homestead, it’s an Absolute Auction, come bid to buy. David, Dusty & Bill
OWNER: DELWIN H. JUEDEMANN TRUST
ELLEN BRINKMANN & WAYNE BRINKMANN, CO-TRUSTEES
DAVID THORNHILL DUSTY THORNHILL BILL UNSELL
314-393-7241 314-393- 4726 573-470-0037