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Bidding Starts February 11, 2019 at 10:00 am CST
Ending March 11, 2019 at 10:00 am CST
421 Chestnut Ave and 423 Chestnut Ave
14.49 +/-Commercial Acres on Highway 21, Jacksonville, Al Parcel Number: 12-06-23-4-001-090 Pin Number 46784
-Online Only Auction-
Glenn Andrews Real Estate Holdings
23 Residential & Commercial Properties
Multi-Parcel Bidding for Tracts 1, 2, & 3
Tracts 1-3 are being sold through the Multi-Parcel Method. Meaning you may choose how you would prefer to bid on these 3 tracts. These 3 tracts will be sold in the combination that brings the most money for the Seller. Just because you are the high bidder for a single tract does not mean you will be the purchaser. The tracts will be sold in combination which Generates the highest bid. If you have any doubt if you are the high bidder at any time you may contact the auction company or the auctioneer at 334-885-1787.
Sale Order for Lots/Tracts 1, 2, and 3as follows:
Lot 1 – Tract 1
Lot 1a – Combination of Tracts 1 & 2
Lot 2 – Tract 2
Lot 2a – Combination of Tracts 1, 2, & 3
Lot 3 – Tract 3
Lot 3a – Combination of Tracts 1 & 3
PPIN# 68574 & 708 - Acreage 2.17 +/- & 64.91 +/-
Accessible from Lincoln Street & Morgan St.
PPIN# 68566 - Acreage 32.59 +/-
Accessible from Carolina St. & Chestnut St.
PPIN# 61962 - Acreage 19.19 +/-
Accessible from Martin Luther King Dr.
PPIN# 709; 530; 531; 532; 533; 534 (lots) - Acreage 1.92 +/-
Accessible from Quail Dr. & Cricket Lane
PPINN 68714; 68715; 68716 - Acreage .92 +/-
Accessible from Hannah Ave. & Chestnut St.
PPIN# 64519 - Acreage .31 +/-
Accessible from Benny Ray Street
PPIN# 68415 & 68712 - Acreage 6.86 +/-
Accessible from Elm St. & Chestnut St.
PPIN# 66133 & 66134 - Acreage .53 +/-
Accessible from S. Wilmer & Chilton Alley
PPIN# 17411 & 66120 - Acreage .28 +/-
Accessible from Quintard & Chilton Alley
PPIN# 66131 - Acreage .8 +/-
Accessible from Quintard & Chilton Alley
PPIN# 30329 - Acreage .11 +/-
Accessible from Bancroft Ave
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56 Acres +/- lying South and East of Denny Road, Ashland, Al
34 Acres +/- on County Road 206, Wedowee, AL
Approximately 2,500 Sq Ft Home with 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths
* 3 Lots - 2 vacant, over 1 acre of property
* Beautiful pecan trees * 2 car garage
* Updated Kitchen * Great rental potential or ready to be flipped
The Estate of Adenel Knight
$30,000 - $33,000 with buyer's premium
Industrial building located in Woodland city limits. This building was the old Randolph County Appliance building. There is a fully functioning laundry mat and car wash on this property that produce income. All appliances stay. The property is on a 1.05 acre lot with over 200 feet of road frontage on Co. Rd. 59. Paved parking lot. A warehouse is on the property behind the main building. Central heating and air. New septic system that is only a few months old.
Property shown by appointment.
Tract 1: $4,000/acre
Tract 2: $3,000/acre
Tract 3: $2,900/acre
Tract 4: $2,800/acre
Tract 5: $2,700/acre
Tract 6: $2,700/acre
Court ordered real estate auction! Six tracts totaling 358 acres and 11,000 feet of Little Tallapoosa River frontage.
Includes: Prime farm land, bottom land, open land, timber, ponds and a 4 bedroom/1.5 bath house.
Specific tract details see photos:
Tract 1 - 45 acres
TRACT 1 VIDEO
4 bed/1.5 bath house and barns
1550' Little Tallapoosa River frontage
2800' road frontage
35 acres of open land
1.5 acre pond
Tract 2 - 100 acres
TRACT 2 VIDEO
750' Little Tallapoosa River frontage
1100' Cutnose Creek frontage
5200' road frontage
70 acres of open land
Tract 3 - 42 acres
TRACT 3 VIDEO
3000' Little Tallapoosa River frontage
Tract 4 - 91 acres
TRACT 4 VIDEO
5500' Little Tallapoosa River frontage
75 acres of open land
Tract 5 - 40 acres
TRACT 5 VIDEO
1300' road frontage
Tract 6 - 40 acres
TRACT 6 VIDEO
1300' road frontage
Tract 1: $102,000 - $112,000 with buyer's premium
Tract 2: $18,000 - $19,800 with buyer's premium
Tract 3: $42,000 - $46,200 with buyer's premium
Tract 1 – 55.22 acres of timber land
Large mature hardwood abundant throughout
Some mature pine
Interior road system
Road frontage on Hwy 9 and Shunpike rd
Perfect for a new poultry farm
Tract 2 - 10.93 acres
Road frontage on Shunpike Rd and Hwy 9
Some marketable timber
Great home site location
The home and barn with one out building.
2 bedroom 1 bath home
a little over 1000 sq ft
built in 1980
sitting on 2.69 acres
Personal property to be sold
John Deere 5320 tractor with loader and hay spear
6 ft bush hog cutter
Bush and bog plows
One bumper pull stock trailer
One 8X16 utility trailer with metal floor
2000 Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan with 86,350 miles
1997 Ford F250 gas engine with 15,900 miles
2 metal portable carports
Several antique part vehicles
Misc. scrap metal
House hold items
Washer and dryer
Craftsman LT 1000 riding lawn mower