Fantastic opportunity in Turner! Original owner raised ranch in a quiet neighborhood on a dead-end street close to local schools and parks. Main level features hardwoods under carpet, large eat-in kitchen w/ oak cabinetry, master suite w/ full bath. Full, partially finished basement w/ ample storage space. Oversized garage w/ separate entrance. Newer HVAC, roof & vinyl windows. Large, fenced 0.25 acre lot. Just bring your decorative touches!
2 Car Attached Garage w/ Separate Entrance
Built in 1971
Brick Facade w/ Low-Maintenance Vinyl Siding
Situated in a Quiet Neighborhood on Dead-End Street
Original Hardwood Floors throughout Main Level (Under Carpet)
Large, Eat-In Kitchen w/ Oak Cabinetry
Ample Closet Space
Full, Partially Finished Basement
Turner, KS School District
Large, Partially Fenced 0.25 Acre Lot
OPEN HOUSE EVENTS: Saturday, June 4th 10AM - 12PM & Monday, June 13th 5-7PM
Personal Property Listing Below:
Directions: 635 to Metropolitan Avenue, West on Metropolitan Avenue to S. 53rd Street, North on S. 53rd Street to Argentine Blvd., East on Argentine Blvd. to S. 52nd Street, South on S. 52nd Street to Address. Watch for Signs!
Antique, Vintage, Retro, & Modern Furniture
Pecan Bassett “French Provincial” china cabinet; oak dining table w/ leaves & (6) chairs; 1930’s oak radio table; mahogany hall table & matching wall mirror-newer; assorted end tables; pair 1950’s hard rock maple side table w/ magazine rack; “Queen Anne” style inlaid golden oak coffee & end tables; 1960’s round marble-top parlor table; mid-century knee-hole school desk; metal bunk bed set-newer; 1950’s dark pecan knee-hole desk & chair; very nice 1940’s “Waterfall” bedroom suite set-vanity w/ mirror, nightstand, chest of drawers, bed frame w/ mattress & box springs; 1950’s “Sterling House Collections” hard rock maple bedroom suite set-nightstand, chest on chest, dresser w/ mirror; 1940’s Duncan Phyfe mahogany step end table; mid-century German Grundig stereo console-very nice; retro Magnavox console TV; pair mid-century blonde sliding glass front bookcases; nice 1930’s “Waterfall” inlaid buffet-small; 1950’s hard-rock maple bookcase-small; upholstered wingback chairs; nice Victorian “Eastlake” fainting sofa; Victorian “Eastlake” carved walnut rocking chair w/ caning-very nice; mid-century chromium dinette table & chairs set; floral upholstered sofa & loveseat set; pair upholstered electric lift chairs; computer desk; 1940’s shell-back metal lawn chair-nice; military footlockers; etc.
Mahogany wall shelf-nice; many German items; carved wooden German wall plaque; mid century Pyrex “Crazy Daisy” nesting bowl set; many vintage goods; trinkets & knick-knacks; glass-front shadow box; repousse copper “Last Supper” framed wall plaque-nice; Polish lead crystal table lamps; very nice Victorian “RA” dark walnut wall clock; Luxor desk clock-deco; “Black Forest” German coo-coo wall clock; ormolu vanity set-1940’s; embroidered wall art; pair Fenton “Silvercrest” hand-painted & signed ruffle glass bowls; military items; Bushnell “Ension Wide Angle” binoculars w/ case; retro mirrored vanity tray; 24K plated powder box; vintage Christmas decor; wooden German carved statues; George & Barbara Bush autographed & framed photo; mid-century brass “sunburst” wall clock; assorted framed wall art; gilt framed mirror; original oil paintings; Mexican “ironwood” wall shelf; silver plated serving pieces; glass oil lamps; ceramic Christmas tree in org. box; vintage Christmas sleigh set; Los Angeles County Emergency Paramedic framed advertising mirror; mid-century pitcher & glass set; antique musical German Christmas tree base; hand-painted china sets-some from Sigma Kappa sorority; quilts-some hand-stitched; fancywork; tapestries; & much more!
"Estate” by Whirlpool side by side refrigerator w/ icemaker; GE “Profile” dryer-newer; Amana High Efficiency washer-newer; Hotpoint refrigerator; older GE chest freezer
Concrete bird baths & bases-some ornate; pair wrought-iron armchairs; round marble-topped wrought-iron “bistro” table-nice; planters; basketball goal; tether ball; trampoline; garden hoses & reels; several round wrought-iron patio tables; umbrella holders; Rubbermaid storage cabinet; ball rebounder; etc.
Newer Jazzy “Select GT” mobility scooter; older mobility scooter; Summit 300lb. chair stair lift; Bruno mobility scooter carrier for hitch receiver; newer Samsung flat-panel TV w/ wall-mount; Phillips & Haier flat-panel TVs; Casio keyboard; kitchen wares; small kitchen appliances; coffee mugs; Tupperware; Pyrex; lots glassware; serving platters & ware; flatware; kitchen utensils & knives; collector’s plates; pots & pans; stoneware & dish sets; GE microwave & cart; salt & pepper shakers; board games; men’s clothing-some vintage; camera equipment; assorted lamps; office supplies; metal shelving units; wooden jewelry armoire; VHS tapes; towels; linens; aluminum extension ladder-nice; lots of hardware; chemicals; assorted tools; gas cans; extension cords; luggage-some vintage; bowling balls; shop vac; wheel chairs; mobility items; walkers & canes; storage cabinet; lots books-some antique & vintage; Plano tackle boxes-new; wooden folding ladder; metal military file cabinets; nut & bolt bins-loaded; NIB Mr. Heater “Portable Buddy” propane heater; much Holiday & Christmas decor; vacuum cleaners; bicycles; many box lots; lots of miscellaneous; household goods; & much more!
Estate of Henry “Hank” J. Boyd | Sharon Griffin-Executrix
Auctioneer’s Note: Mr. Boyd lived to be nearly 99 years old and was the original owner of this home. Hank served as a Military Police Officer and a small arms infantryman. Hank landed in Normandy with the 82nd Airborne Division on D-Day during World War II. He later served with the 4th Infantry Division during the Korean War. He was sent to VietNam with the 1st Infantry Division. He retired in 1969 as his unit prepared to return to Viet Nam. During his time in the US Army, Hank earned a Bronze Star, Two Purple Hearts and two Combat Infantry Badges plus numerous other awards connected with his 26 year career.You will find many German items from Mr. Boyd’s time spent deployed in the military. There are many unpacked boxes-come see what we uncover! Make plans now to attend.