Directions: From Mayview, go north ½ Mile on HWY E, turn East, go 1 ¾ mile on Prairie Valley Road to the farm
PROPERTY SHOWING: Feel free to walk or view this farm at your leisure. There are cattle in the north pasture. Please do not enter the pasture with your vehicle. Close & lock gate if walking to the lake.
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REAL ESTATE: T49N - R26W - Sections 4, 8 and 9
This 149 acre farm consists of approximately 105 acres of row crop ground that is currently in soybeans. It possesses two new waterways that are soded and ready to have the terraces cut into them. That dirt work will be the responsibility of the new buyer. The terracing is high quality and the drainage is near perfect. The railroad crossing that access the South portion of the farm to the North is like new and allows big machinery ample space and convenience.
The 6 .5 acre Tabo watershed lake that sets in the middle of the North pasture is stocked with catfish, bass and crappie. The spillways, drainage behind the structure, and overflow outlets consisting of tile outlets are some of the best you'll find. Over 400 ton of riff-rap stone border the lake. The fences, the good grass, and the trees for shade and cover make this an ideal pasture.
A 45' x 50' pole barn-machine shed with a 16' lean- to is open to the south and offers a variety of uses. Electrical wiring heavy enough to run a grain bin is in place and water via a hydrant and stock waterer is a valued addition.
The home is an 836 sq.ft, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, structure with vinyl siding, new central air and a new propane Lennox furnace. It has a full unfinished basement with a 24' x 22' attached garage. Being economical to heat and cool, this home is a very nice addition to the value of the farm as either a live-in or rental property. The yard trees and convenience to Higginsville, Odessa, or Lexington are added bonus of the property. KCPL Utilities, Rural Water District #2 of Lafayette County, Odessa School District.
AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This farm has been in the Aversman Family for over 65 years and represents a highly tillable farm that has top water for livestock and a home that is efficient, modern, and ready to move into. It can be an income producer if you wish to rent. The ground is very fertile with a 10 year average yield of 158 bushel corn and 58 bushel soybeans. The best soybeans I have seen anywhere this fall are on this farm. We hope you will be with us on November 25 to visit with the Aversman family and exercise your option to buy this high quality Lafayette County Farm. ~Chas & Mike
SELLERS: Alice I. Aversman Estate, Robert Aversman, Personal Representative, Dorothy Vollmer, Charlene Horman, Mary Fisher.
GENERAL TERMS & NOTES:
Contracts will be written immediately following the conclusion of the auction. 10% down payment is due at contract signing. Bidding not dependent on financing. Escrow money will be made payable to Mid-West Title Company, Lexington, MO. Closing on or before Monday, December 23rd, 2013 at the office of Mid-West Title Company, Lexington, MO.
Farm ground and home will be given at closing. Tenants having hay stored in the barn & cattle on the pasture have until December 31, 2013 to vacate the property. There are no tenant agreements in place for 2014. Current tenants would like to submit a proposal to continue their rental agreements on the property to the new buyer. 2012 Taxes of $1491.88 have been paid.
Seller will pay the 2013 taxes. 2014 taxes will be the responsibility of the buyer. No survey is necessary. All legal descriptions necessary for transfer of title are in place.