Directions: 152 to N. Oak Trafficway, South on N. Oak Trafficway to NE 88th Street, East on NE 88th Street to Address. Watch for Signs!
For the Living Estate of Barbara Rodriguez | Richard Rodriguez, P.O.A.
REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 1PM SHARP!
RARE OPPORTUNITY! Potential & charm filled home on manicured 2.31 acre lot. Much more spacious than it appears! Large, eat-in country kitchen w/ bar & bay window. Non-confirming 4th bedroom, vaulted ceiling in living room, hardwoods under carpet, main floor laundry, walk-out basement. Newer roof & HVAC. Large, multi-room outbuilding w/ electrical. Amazing 2.31 acre lot with abundant mature shade trees & landscaping, partially fenced, rear deck w/ pergola, backing to woods. Quiet neighborhood w/ excellent highway access & proximity to local amenities. Do not miss this opportunity!
Built in 1930
2.31 Acre Lot
Non-Confirming 4th Bedroom w/ Vaulted Ceiling
Original Hardwood Floors in Main Level (under carpet)
Nice, Eat-In, Country Kitchen w/ Oak Cabinetry & Breakfast Bar
Master Suite w/ On-Suite Half Bath
Vaulted Ceiling in Living Room
Main Floor Laundry
Exceptional 2.31 Acre Lot backing to Woods
Rear Deck w/ Pergola
Outbuilding with Multiple Rooms & Full Electrical
Abundant Mature Shade Trees & Landscaping
Newer Roof & HVAC Systems
Quiet & Growing Neighborhood
North Kansas City Schools
Excellent Location & Highway Access
OPEN HOUSE EVENTS: Sunday, July 10th 2-4PM & Thursday, July 14th 5-7PM
Carnival glass hen on nest-unusual; assorted carnival glass pieces-some Northwood; amber L.E. Smith “Moon and Stars” glass fairy lamp; several pieces of Fenton hand-painted custard glass; Fenton hobnail glass pieces-some uranium; mid-century mini glass pitchers-Blenko, amberina, etc.; art glass pieces; pair carnival glass “Iris and Herringbone” large candlesticks; large carnival “Iris and Herringbone” glass vase; primary colored Pyrex nesting bowl (yellow); nice R.S. Prussia porcelain horse statue-early; several Beswick horse sculptures; Spode bird figurines; art glass paperweights-some Murano; cobalt blue Shirley Temple glass pitcher; retro rooster decor; mid-century glass rooster pitcher & glass set; sizable cookie jar collection-Disney, McCoy, etc.; Jewel Tea “Autumn Leaf'' ball pitcher; Black Americana items; pie birds; figural teapots; large German pin cushion topper collection-some nude; figurines; knick-knacks; tobacciana collectibles; tobacco tins & cans-some early; Camel Cigarettes tin litho store display rack-early; advertising burlap sacks; English Staffordshire “Beefeater'' decanter-rare; “Westworth'' mahogany wall clock; large set Haviland hand-painted china; clown collectibles; collector’s plates; assorted wall art-some original; oil lamps; Wexford glassware-some rare pieces; unusual 1960’s Coors lighted wall clock-large; Marlboro advertising sign; assorted wall clocks; cast-iron trivets-many figural; old metal cookie cutters; chalkware wall art; Italian alabaster statue-signed; 1930’s Halloween cookie cutters in org. box-rare; lot vinyl LP records; miniatures in wooden shadow box; Emmit Kelly piano player statue-unusual; Texaco lava lamp; gas & oil collectibles-mainly Texaco; lace & fancywork; assorted jewelry-some sterling & gold; head vases; piano babies; Disney collectibles; brass items; Hallmark Keepsake ornaments; large PEZ collection; blow-mold candles; sad irons-some salesman sample; quilts-some hand-stitched; afghans; vintage items; many good “smalls;” & much more!
Many collector & Holiday Barbies in org. boxes; Barbie’s friends; several Bob Mackie; 1960’s Barbies, Ken & Allan in org. boxes; many loose Barbies & friends; lots of clothing & accessories; cases; related books; etc.
Massive collection; Kewpies; Effanbee; Madame Alexander; German porcelain; Nancy Ann Storybook; world dolls; Native American; Buddy Lee; Shirley Temple; Ideal; Bradford Exchange; several Barack & Michelle Obama porcelain dolls; jointed; composition; Frozen Charlottes; Raggedy Ann & Andy; American Girl; Skookum; miniatures to full size; celluloid; tons of doll parts, clothing & accessories; doll furniture; & much more!
100’s of “First Gear” die-cast vehicles w/ org. Boxes-many advertising; die-cast cars; Matchbox; Hot Wheels; wooden Amish buggy; large collection of Hartland, Breyer & other horses; Harley Davidson motorcycles; coin banks; trucks; pressed steel trucks; Tonka; Buddy L; many collector G.I. Joes in org. boxes; large amount of farm toys-some John Deere precision; Texaco die-cast; Fisher Price-early; & much more!
Curved glass oak curio cabinet-nice; 1930’s walnut entry table-nice; pair like new Ashley upholstered armchairs; assorted end & side tables; bookcases; mahogany faux fireplace-nice; “Ethan Allen” maple kitchen table & chairs set; “Ethan Allen” maple hutch top; set of (3) maple bar stools; very nice oak lighted display cabinets; early 1920’s oak chest of drawers; several wooden chests; table-top curio & display cabinets; smaller curved glass oak curio cabinet; “Ethan Allen” dark maple hutch; mid-century record cabinet; oak glider rocker-nice; early 1920’s mahogany cedar chest-ornate; etc.
Several concrete birdbaths; nice cast-iron well pump-unusual; pair 1940’s metal shell-back lawn chairs; metal implement wheel; metal birdbaths; cast-iron Singer sewing machine base; assorted patio furniture; wrought-iron plant stands; milk can; lots of concrete statutory; chain link gates; pots & planters; wrought-iron arbors; large concrete roaring lion statue; etc.
Books; price guides & collector’s books; office supplies; kitchen goods; small kitchen appliances; hand, yard & power tools; aluminum folding ladder; gas-powered pressure washer w/ Honda “GX” motor; extension cords; electric bug zapper; electric BBQ grill; dollies; wooden folding ladders; sewing notions; plush & stuffed animals; linens; microwave; 6 ft. folding table; stainless steel flatware; suede sofa; nice 72 in. LG flat panel TV-less than 1 year old; umbrellas; holiday & Christmas decor; Whirlpool refrigerator-nice; mattress & box springs set; metal utility cabinets & shelving; large glass batter bowl; taxidermy lizard; picture frames; “boho” wicker swag lamp; Lowrey organ & bench; men’s & women’s clothing; CDs; many plastic storage totes & milk crates; vacuum cleaners; carpet shampooer; glassware; china; Magnavox stereo system; baskets; COSCO metal kitchen carts-1950’s; Stihl gas-powered trimmer; bird cage stand; cast-iron dinner bell; Amish buggy weathervane; butter churn; home decor; household goods; & much more!
Auctioneer’s Note: This auction features lifetime collections collected by the Rodriguez family. Much more than what is pictured or listed as there are many unopened boxes in the basement and barn, come see what we discover. Make plans now to attend.
Registration will begin one hour prior to the auction. All bidders must provide name, address, phone number, and a valid driver’s license. By registering, all bidders acknowledge having read and agree to be bound by the Auction Terms and Conditions.
The successful bidder(s) shall be required to make a 10% down payment of the total purchase price at the auction site immediately following the close of bidding. Cash, cashier’s check or personal or business check will be accepted for the down payment.
Financing is not a contingency of sale in this offering. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that potential bidders ensure in advance that they are able to obtain the necessary financing to close the transaction.
The successful bidder(s) shall execute a purchase agreement at the auction site immediately following the close of bidding. All final bid prices are subject to Seller approval, unless announced otherwise.
Buyer(s) shall close within 30 days of the auction date. Possession will be delivered at closing subject to any remaining rights of the current tenant(s).
EVIDENCE OF TITLE:
Seller shall furnish at seller’s expense an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance in the amount of the total purchase price and shall execute a general warranty deed conveying the real estate to the buyer(s).
REAL ESTATE TAXES & ASSESSMENTS:
2022 taxes are to be prorated as of the closing date.
EASEMENTS AND LEASES:
Sale of said property is subject to any and all easements of record and any and all leases.
Legacy Auction Group and its representatives are Exclusive Agents of the Seller.
A buyer's premium of ten percent (10%) shall be added to the high bid and included in the total purchase price to be paid by the successful bidder(s).
A commission will be paid to any properly licensed Broker who registers a successful buyer according to the appropriate Broker Participation Agreement. This form is available from the Auction Company and must be completed and returned no later than 48 hours prior to the auction.
DISCLAIMERS AND ABSENCE OF WARRANTIES:
The information in the auction advertising was obtained from sources believed to be accurate, but is subject to verification by all parties relying on it. All sketches and dimensions are approximate. No liability for its accuracy, errors or omissions is assumed by the Seller or the auction company. All bidders are responsible for conducting their own inspections, investigations, inquiries and due diligence concerning the property. The property is being offered on an “AS IS”, “WHERE IS” basis and no warranty or representations, expressed or implied, is made by the Seller or the auction company. All announcements made by the Auctioneer during the auction take precedence over any previously printed material or any other oral statements made. All information contained in the advertising and all related materials are subject to the terms and conditions outlined in the purchase agreement. Advertising may contain pictures of wildlife and other items that are for illustrative purposes only. The Auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of the Seller up to, but not beyond the Seller’s reserve (if applicable). The Property is available for and subject to sale prior to auction.