Tuesday, October 24, 2023
McCurdy Real Estate & Auction
(Ottawa County) Mulberry Rd & N. 120th Rd. - West to N. 110th Rd., Southeast to N. 112th Rd., South to Properties
*Buyer should verify school assignments as they are subject to change. The real estate is offered at public auction in its present, “as is where is” condition and is accepted by the buyer without any expressed or implied warranties or representations from the seller or seller’s agents. Full auction terms and conditions provided in the Property Information Packet. Total purchase price will include a 10% buyer’s premium ($1,500.00 minimum) added to the final bid. Property available to preview by appointment. Earnest money is due from the high bidder at the auction in the form of cash, check, or immediately available, certified funds in the amount of $20,000
NO MINIMUM/NO RESERVE!!! LIVE AUCTION WITH MULTI-TRACT BIDDING!!! 67.7 acres of productive tillable bottom land surrounded by the Solomon River located in Ottawa County right next to Minneapolis, Kansas! This parcel is being offered in a multi-tract auction with the surrounding five tracts, giving you a total of 175+/- acres or any combination thereof to purchase if desired. The opportunity to purchase a farm such as this does not come up often and you do not want to miss it!
Tucked away at the end of N 112th Rd this tract is surrounded on three sides with over 1 mile of river frontage. This acreage could be perfect for you to invest in or add to your existing operation.
Auction to be conducted off site at The Golden Wheel Senior Center on October 24th at 6:00pm.
- Located on the west side of Minneapolis, KS
- S12, T11, R04W, 67.7 acres
- Productive tillable bottom ground
- Solomon River Frontage
- Tree lined
- N 112th Rd access
- School district
- 3 miles west of US HWY 81
A Multi-Tract Auction allows multiple tracts of real estate to be sold collectively or in any desired combination. This method of auction will offer multiple rounds of bidding allowing for bids on individual tracts, any combination of tracts, and all tracts together. The auction will begin with each tract being offered individually, followed by multiple rounds where bidders can make combinations and increase their previous bids to stay in the winning position. Bidding rounds will conclude when bidders no longer want to create new combinations or raise previous bid amounts. A digital board will be displayed to guide you through the auction process and have a clear understanding of current bid amounts. See "Downloads" section for explanatory PDF.
Boundaries depicted in aerial images are approximate and estimated.
Taxes on the individual parcels will be estimated at closing as final amounts will not be available until such time as the lot split is finalized.