MARTIN LAKEFRONT HOME AND CONTENTS
MARTIN LAKEFRONT HOME – BUILDING SITES
2200 E 525 S
SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2019
STARTING AT 9:30
OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY, APRIL 16 FROM 4PM TO 6PM
REAL ESTATE SELLS FIRST
LAKEFRONT HOME – 2 LAKEFRONT BUILDING SITES
TRACT #1: Two bedroom lakefront log cabin with great room featuring fieldstone fireplace, cathedral ceilings, galley kitchen with appliances, 2 full baths, utility room with washer & dryer, family room with pair of matching sailboat leaded glass hanging lamps, screened in lakefront porch, covered back porch and deck, hot water heat, crawl space, 35’x45’ pole barn with 14’x30’ leanto, 16’x24’ guest cabin/studio, storm shelter/root cellar all situated on a Martin lakefront lot with 238’ of lakefront and large backlot with 171’ of road frontage. Improvements are connected to the regional sewer system.
TRACT #2: Martin lakefront building lot with 84’ of lakefront together with a large backlot with .74 acres and 94’ of road frontage with 14’x 24’ garage/studio and access to regional sewer system
TRACT #3: Martin lakefront building lot with 89’ of lakefront together with a large .67 acre backlot with 90’ of road frontage with access to regional sewer system
TERMS: 10% non-refundable down payment due at the conclusion of the auction and the balance due within 30 days of delivery of the title insurance. Buyer to begin paying real estate taxes beginning with the November 2019 installment. The annual taxes for Tract #1 are $1554, Tract #2 $884, Tract #3 $548. Possession day of closing. Property sold subject to owner’s approval. Parcels will be sold individually and in any combination.
INSPECTION: Contact Strawser Auctions for an appointment to see this property 260-854-2859.
AGENCY: Strawser Auctions staff members are exclusive agents of the seller.
DISCLAIMER: This property is being sold in “AS IS” condition. Prospective bidders are responsible for making their own inspections of the property with regards to condition, environmental, zoning, permits and any and all other inspections and approvals as may be necessary. All sizes and dimensions are approximate.
JOHN DEERE – LAKE ITEMS – TOOLS
John Deere 430 diesel garden tractor with 60” mower deck, 3pt roto tiller and 3pt blade; TracVac pull type leaf cart with gas engine; Ariens Rocket roto tiller; walk behind string trimmer; power edger; power yard tools; pull type yard cart; LAKE ITEMS: pontoon; 2 aluminum fishing boats; 7 outboard motors – Johnson 3HP, 5 1/2HP & 10HP, Evinrude 6HP and others; trolling motor; sail boat; 2 paddle boats; boat trailer; life jackets; rods & reels; fishing tackle including old lures – Creek Chub; snow and water skis; camping equipment; Coleman red lantern; ice shanty; firewood; TOOLS: air compressor; scroll saw; large selection of power hand tools; hand, shop, lawn and garden tools; ladders; machinist’s chest; work benches; shop vac; grinder; chain saw; pipe clamps; scrap iron and aluminum;
STAINED GLASS AND LAPIDARY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
40+/- beautiful stained glass lamps including floor, hanging and table lamps in many different designs; 2 large stained glass windows with American Indian motif; stained and beveled glass windows; Denver Glass Machinery double wheel glass grinder/polisher/engraver; Wizard and Glagstar glass grinding/polishing equipment; Paragon glass kiln; 60+ bins of 100’s of pieces of stained glass including full and partial sheets and in many colors, beveled glass pieces; jewels; stained glass making supplies; Lapidary equipment; cut stones; lapidary supplies;
ANTIQUES – HOUSEHOLD
Remington bronze “The Scout” on marble base; oak 2 section stacking bookcase; oak 4 drawer file cabinet; oak 60” C-curve roll top desk; lamp tables; Hall Jewel Tea; large cast iron butchering kettle; Maxfield Parrish print; Mishawaka Farmers Dairy house milk bottle drop box; wash tubs; 2 Terry Redlin prints; deer head mounts, fish mounts, antlers; wagon wheel; HOUSEHOLD: 3 La-Z-Boy recliners; sofa; dining room suite with table (2 leaves and pads), 6 chairs, breakfront hutch and server; side-by-side refrigerator/freezer; LG flat screen TV; 5 piece bedroom suite; double bed; 2 oak curio cabinets; oak arm rocker; end/coffee tables; stair lift; canning supplies; assorted kitchen items; Christmas décor; 100+ Native American Indian ceramic figures; American Indian décor; camera equipment; lawn and patio furniture; gas grill and many other items not listed.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Mr. Lipsky was well known for his stained glass work from repairing church windows to making his own lamps and windows. This is a large auction and we will be running 2 auction rings.
TERMS: Cash, check, MC, VISA (3% cc fee)
FELIX AND EULALIE LIPSKY LIVING TRUST
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