3 BR/2BA HOME ON 51+/- ACRES
Marketed & Sold ~ $308,000 w/25 Bidders
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A rare opportunity to purchase 51 acres and a brick home in Fauquier County, Virginia!!! Sold to the highest bidder!!!
To Settle the Estate of Everett S. Lamers (Marion Pronk, Executor): This is an amazing opportunity to purchase 51 +/- acres, solid brick home, outbuildings and pond in desirable Fauquier County, VA. This property will be sold to the highest bidder, so make plans to buy at the PRICE YOU BID!!!
- All brick 3BR/2BA ranch style home with unfinished basement (2,300 +/- SF per level) on 51 +/- acres of land
- Large kitchen; dining room; living room
- Barn and outbuildings; pond
- Drilled well and septic system
- Forced air heat (wood furnace w/propane backup)
- Zoned RR2 (Rural Residential)
- Located .9 miles from Rt. 17; 17 miles from I-95 (Exit 133); 45 miles from Dulles International Airport
- Tax Map: 7816-58-9933-000; Home built in 1980
- Only $100,000 Suggested Starting Bid!!
ATTENTION RELATORS: Pre-registered (by 5 pm 10/31/13 broker participation will be compensated!!
Property Tour: Sunday, October 27th @ 2 pm SHARP. Please contact Tony Wilson for more information or a private preview (540-748-1359).
$25,000 Deposit due immediately after confirmation of final bid (unless prior arrangements have been made with auction firm), and the balance due at closing within 30 days. Deposits shall be in the form of certified funds made payable to yourself. A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to the final bid and will become a part of the purchase price. Property sold in as-is condition and is not contingent upon buyer’s financing, condition of property, appraisal, inspection, etc., Pre-approved (no later than 5 pm 10/31/13) broker participation is encouraged and well compensated. Auctioneer’s Note: All information and dimensions were derived from sources believed to be correct, but are not guaranteed. Buyers shall rely on their own information, judgment and inspection of the property. All auction day announcements take precedence over any previously printed material or any other oral statements made.