Real Estate & Personal Property Auction
Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 10:00am
501 West Main St. • Shelbyville, MO
Seller: Dorothy Alexander
Directions: From Hwy. 15 in Shelbyville, MO, turn left onto West Main Street. Go .3 miles to auction on the left. Watch for signs day of auction.
Real Estate: Beautiful 2 story home on 26 +/- acres with four outbuildings.
Main Level Features: large kitchen with solid cabinets, mudroom, laundry room, full bath, dining room, large living room, small sewing room, large bedroom with French doors, and an amazing foyer. Original woodwork throughout the home, hardwood floors, fireplace with oak mantle, central air, propane furnace, bay windows, pocket doors and an ornate staircase.
Upstairs Features: 3 large bedrooms, lots of storage, hardwood floors, and a full bath with claw & ball footed bathtub. There are also stairs leading to an attic to provide more storage and a servant staircase.
Car: 2001 Buick Century Custom, 3100 SFI engine, 88,000 miles
Household, Antiques & Collectibles: thermometer from Claypool Store in Redman, MO; old jars; old bottles; Wagner flat skillet; old North Shelby Raiders license plate; Whirlpool washing machine; Estate HD super capacity dryer; Kenmore refrigerator; kitchen table; misc. crock pots; flatware; baking ware; Pyrex; 4pc. Antique dining room set (walnut hutch, buffet, dining table w/six chairs); misc. clear glass; collection of Bethel, MO plates; antique gas iron; Necchi sewing machine; Singer Treadle sewing machine; sewing supplies; crafts; antique floor lamps; Southwest style couch & sofa; cookbooks; full size 3pc bedroom set; upright piano; costume jewelry; claw & ball footed piano bench; kerosene lamp; GE upright freezer; Haier dorm size refrigerator; bridle rosettes; towels & linens; chalk bank; misc. chest of drawers; GE console record player; General history of Shelby County, Henry Taylor Company 1911; several old cookbooks; long handled tools; old round wash tub; western saddle; misc. bridles, bits; spreaders; antique doors; older spurs
Auctioneer’s Note: Ladies & Gentlemen as Mrs. Alexander has moved, we will be selling her home and personal property at auction. Mrs. Alexander has been in the Shelby County area for many years. We have lots of interesting items that we will sell that have been very well taken care of.
To view property, please contact Scotty at 573-356-4405. As always, thanks for joining us. Scotty Kuntz