STITZLEIN TRUST LAND AUCTION
432 CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF ASHLAND COUNTY LAND
273 ACRES TILLABLE LAND – WOODS – PASTURE
4 SETS OF FARM BUILDINGS – 4 HOMES
ROAD FRONTAGE – SECLUSION – BUILDING SITES
Selling for the Carl and Thelma Stitzlein trusts the following land at absolute auction. Located ½ mile East of Loudonville, Ohio on State Route 3, then North on County Road 457. Or from State Route 179 South of Mohicanville or North of Route 3, go West on CR 2575 to 457 and South to Auction Site. Or from State Route 60 North of Loudonville go East on 2575 to 457.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2014
Starting at 11:00 A.M. – REAL ESTATE TO SELL TO THE HIGH BIDDER AT 11:00 A.M.
One of the highlights of the 2014 farm auctions. 432 acres of Southern Ashland County rolling land. Approximately 273 acres of cropland, 51 acres pasture, and the balance in woods and open land. The Stitzlein family has been stewards of the soil and it is quite evident on these farms. Waterways, strip cropping, contour farming, excellent fertility practices, and the conservation of soil and water were all a large part of the Stitzlein farming practices. Nothing big or fancy describes the buildings. The home farm, Parcel #1, has a comfortable farm home, free gas, barn and outbuildings, and pond. The other 3 homes are older well maintained country rentals. These farms will be offered in parcels and in combination and sell in the manner that nets the most for the seller. Farm #1 is the home farm w/ house, barn, and pond on 51.7 acres with frontage on CR 457 and TR 2672. Parcel #2 adjoins #1 and consists of 68.7 acres of mostly tillable land and some woods. Parcel #3 is 74 acres of land with home, barn and a Morton machinery shed. This parcel is the site of the auction and headquarters for the open house. Parcel #4 features an older farm home and barn on 48 acres and fronts on CR 457. Parcel #5 consists of 171.38 acres of some of the nicest and most scenic land in Ashland County. This land is accessible off CR 2575 and features conservation farming at its best. A good chunk of tillable land with some woods in the corners. Parcel #6 is on the North side of 2575 and features older farm home and barn. An excellent mini farm. Parcel #7 is 11 acres of land on both sides of CR 2575 with open land and trees. Mineral rights transfer subject to current leases. Land is leased for storage area. The free gas from old well on #2 stays with home on Parcel 1. Real estate taxes are $4677.08 per ½ year under CAUV .Neat, clean, and well maintained chunks of land with a world of possibilities. Good selection of hilltop building sites. The crop land is good. Potential for a successful livestock operation has been proven over the years. The contiguous acres make this a candidate for a solid investment for a true farmer or investor. Try to find this many acres in one chunk. And then try to buy it. Land continues to be at the top of the list of solid investments. This land sells to the high bidder, No minimums. No reserves. No buyer premium. You pay what you bid. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance due at closing in approximately 45 days. Buy land. You will be glad you did. The Morton building on Parcel 3 will be headquarters for the open house. All 4 homes will be open during open house. Walk the land at your convenience, inspect the land and timber possibilities, and be respectful of the growing crops. Pictures and plat at www.gant-realty.com. Click on real estate auctions. Info boxes with flyers on site. A video tour of the farms is on the web site so you can tour the farm from the air. One of the best auctions of the year and selling in a best of times for the farm economy. Lunch available auction day. Circle your calendar for a good one.
OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15
Auction by order of Saundra S. Rhamey, Trustee for
CARL H. STITZLEIN TRUST AND
THELMA L. STITZLEIN TRUST
AUCTIONEER/REALTOR – Dave Acker
AUCTIONEER/REALTOR – Bob Graber