Randolph County Real Estate Auction
1861 County Road 1270, Huntsville, MO 65259
Directions: From Moberly, MO take Highway 24 west 4 miles to the Highway C Huntsville exit, turn right and go north thorough Huntsville 6 miles to Highway Z, turn right and go east 1.5 miles to Randolph County Road 1270, turn left, go north 2 miles to Newbrough Property on both sides of the road. OR from Cairo, MO take Rt. Z west, turn right on Rt. DD, turn left on County Road 1275, turn left on County Road 1270, Homestead is 2nd residence on the right.
PRE-AUCTION REAL ESTATE SHOWING
Friday – February 12 from 2 PM to 4 PM
149 +/- Acres located in Township 54N, Range 15W, Section 1 of Randolph County MO. The property will be offered in three tracts ranging from 5 acres with the homestead to 114 acres of crop and pasture land.
TRACT 1: consist of 5 acres with frontage on Randolph County Road 1270, this tract has Thomas Hill rural water, septic tank with leach field, electric from Macon Rural Electric, Chariton Valley High Speed 5G internet service and is in the Huntsville School District. Improvements include a 1600+/- sq. ft. four-bedroom, two bath shouse that Shane had built in 2015. This is a quality home with lots of energy saving features. The shouse was constructed by Danny Warren and is a pole frame structure with metal roof and sides, thermal pane windows and doors and is well insulated for extra comfort and efficiency. The shouse has a beautiful acid stained heated slab floor with large master bedroom, walk-in closet and attached bath with oversized shower, utility/mud room with washer and electric dryer hook-up and laundry sink. There is an open floor plan with large kitchen with dining area and living room with cathedral ceiling. The living room has an 8’ x 6’ picture window and glass door which enables the house to heat up early in the day and provide a breathtaking view of the sunrise. There is a 26’ x 12’ covered front porch on the east side of the house. dThe shouse has one LPG hot water heater to provide circulating hot water to the floor, it also has a separate LPG hot water heater for the house. There is central air conditioning and an electric forced air furnace with heat pump. The septic tank is an extra-large concrete shell with extra-large plastic interior.
The large kitchen is very modern with beautiful cabinets with easy shut drawers and quality counter tops and for added convenience it has a matching free-standing island. The house will be sold with LG refrigerator, LG LPG range with overhead microwave oven. The shouse has a covered front porch and four outside water and electric outlets. The shouse is very comfortable and spacious, it is energy efficient and in ready to move-in condition.
Other improvements on Tract One include a 40 ft. x 60 ft. pole frame machine shed with metal roof and siding, partial concrete floor, wired with 110v and 220v electric and fluorescent lights, rollback doors and some built-in shelving.
There is also a 45 ft. x 60 ft. open front machine/ livestock building that is a pole frame structure with a tin roof and siding.
There is a 14 ft. x 30 ft, wood frame open front livestock building with metal sides and roof, interior kickboards and a 5 ft. enclosed tack/feed room.
TRACT 2: Consist of 30 +/- acres that wrap around Tract One on the north and west sides. It has frontage on Randolph County Road 1270 on the east side. This tract is primarily open and currently being used for pasture. This tract will work great as an addition to Tract One or a stand-alone tract with its own road frontage, access and rural water.
TRACT 3: This is the largest tract and I consist of 114 +/- acres and according to Randolph County FSA Office has approximately 70 acres open and currently being used for permanent pasture/ hay production and row crops. The balance is wooded draws, fence rows and woods. The Little Chariton River runs through this tract on the east end. There is a 28 acre alfalfa field on this tract.
This tract has a functional wooden frame barn on it and a 3600-bushel grain bin with perforated floor, unloading auger and a 3000-bushel grain bin with perforated floor, fan, Sukup single screw stirrator and unloading auger.
Tract Three has two water hydrants and one automatic waterer. The water is from a single meter on the west side of the road. If Tract Three sells separate from Tract One a new water meter will have to be installed.
There is one water meter on the west side of the road, and it will be sold with Tract One, the house tract.
The propane tank is leased and will not be sold with the property.
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
10% Down sale day with the balance due and possession given in 30 days or less at closing. 2021 Property taxes will be pro-rate to the day of closing. Title search, preparation, closing costs and title insurance premium to be split 50/50 between the Seller and Buyer.
CARL NEWBROUGH TRUST
For More Information Call
Charlie Nordwald 636-795-4552
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