Home & 35 Acres Absolute Online Estate Auction

Auction in 1640 Six Mile Cemetery Rd, Maryville, Tennessee, United States

05 05th July, 2022

Home & 35 Acres Absolute Online Estate Auction

Auction in 1640 Six Mile Cemetery Rd, Maryville Tennessee, United States

Tuesday at 12:00 AM - 05th July , 2022

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Terms on Real Estate: 10% Buyer's premium added to final bid price. 10% down day of sale; closing in 30 days or less. Property sold as-is with any and all faults. No contingencies. There is an auto-extend feature enabled. For example, if the property is scheduled to end at 2:00PM and someone bids at 1:59PM, the bidding is automatically extended for 5 minutes with a new end time of 2:04PM. Each time the auction goes under 5 minutes, it is eligible to extend. This allows you time to bid again if you so choose. This mimics a live auction, as once the bidding is exhausted and the last bid is received, then the time will tick down and the auction will end. This makes it fair to all bidders. If you don't understand the terms of the Auction, call us and we will explain them to you. If you don't trust the system, THEN DON'T BID! All sales are final. Structures built before 1978 may contain lead based paint. Thank you for bidding. Terms on Personal Property: 15% Buyer's Premium added to each successful bid. everything sold AS-IS. No refunds, no exceptions. NO CHECKS ACCEPTED UNLESS YOU ARE KNOWN BY US, and only from a local bank. You will need to let us know in advance if you are planning on paying by check. Cash is always accepted, but buyer must let us know before the end of the auction if paying with cash. Payment must be made by credit card on file that was used to register for the auction. Payment must be made in full BEFORE items are removed from premises. THERE IS A 5 MINUTE AUTO-EXTEND FEATURE ENABLED ON THIS AUCTION. FOR EXAMPLE, IF A BID IS PLACED IN THE LAST 5 MINUTES, SAY 5:59PM, THEN THE AUCTION ON THAT ITEM AUTOMATICALLY EXTENDS FOR 5 MINUTES AND THE NEW END TIME WILL BE 6:04PM ON THAT ITEM. THIS PREVENTS BID-SNIPING, AND MAKES IT FAIR TO ALL BIDDERS. THERE IS ALSO A STAGGERED CLOSING ON THESE ITEMS. IF YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND THE TERMS OF THIS SALE CALL US AND WE WILL EXPLAIN THEM TO YOU. IF YOU DON'T AGREE WITH THE TERMS OF THE AUCTION, THEN DON'T BID!!! THERE WILL BE A PICK-UP DAY OR DAYS FOR YOU TO PICK UP YOUR ITEMS. THIS WILL BE ACCESSIBLE TO YOU VIA A SIGN UP LINK THAT WILL BE SENT OUT WITH YOUR INVOICE AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE AUCTION. SIGN UP FOR A PICK UP TIME ON THE SIGNUP GENIUS LINK THAT IS SENT WITH INVOICE. BUYER MUST ADHERE TO THE PICK-UP DATE. DELOZIER AUCTION ISN'T RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS AFTER THE PICK-UP DAYS. LOOK BEFORE YOU BID!! NO REFUNDS, NO EXCEPTIONS!! All sales are final. Structures built before 1978 may contain lead based paint. Thank you for bidding.
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ABSOLUTE ONLINE

ESTATE AUCTION

HOME & 36.11 ACRES

ROBBINS ESTATE

1640 Six Mile Cemetery Road

Maryville, TN 37803 

DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

We have the privilege of selling at ABSOLUTE AUCTION the home and the 35 acre farm of the Evonne & Clarence James (Jim) Robbins. 

Spectacular panoramic view of the Chilhowee Mountain range!!  Log Cabin from the Pioneer days of Maryville! This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase your dream home. Located only 6 miles outside the city of Maryville, but it is like being in Cades Cove in the smokies! Virgin hardwoods are located on the property, as well as rolling pasture fenced for cattle! The home is serviced by well water, and has a creek running on border of the property.  Mr. Robbins used to keep cattle on this beautiful property. You will be hard-pressed to find a property like this one with all it has to offer...

The real estate property will be sold in one lot containing the home, acreage/farm, log cabin, apartment over detached garage, and an additional detached garage. Personal property will be sold separately.

The Home: 1,976 square feet (including sunroom) 3 bedroom 2 bath ranch style home with central heating and air, large sunroom to take in the panoramic mountain views, 650 square feet of finished basement and approx. 1008 square feet of unfinished basement with walk-out door. The home has a two car garage. The home is situated on 1.55 acre lot.

Yearly taxes: $844         

 Schools: Montvale Elementary, Heritage Middle & High School

The Farm/Acreage: 34.56 acres with approximately 3/4 of the property open fields and pasture land that was used for cattle. Approximately 1/4 of the property is woodland with centuries old hardwoods. Very much like a Cades Cove setting without being in the mountains. Tool sheds, an old chicken coup and a blacksmithing shop are on the property as well. There is a year-round creek on the back flat of the property.

 Yearly property taxes: $341

(Currently in the Greenbelt, if buyer wants to continue in the Greenbelt it is advisable to contact the Blount County Property Assessor's office and they can let you know what you need to do to continue with the Greenbelt status. If buyer changes use of the property and takes it out of the greenbelt then the buyer may be responsible for 3 years of roll-back taxes) 

 Total yearly taxes on home and Farm: $1185

The Log Cabin: Dr. Sam Crawford lived on the historic Crawford farm on Duncan Road in the City of Maryville, Tennessee. The original home place was still standing and had been vacant for many years. Dr. Crawford told Jim Robbins and his brother Bill that they could have the wood in the house if they would tear it down. (There had been people in and out of the house, and Dr. Crawford was afraid someone was going to get hurt because the house was in such bad shape.) In the late 1970's Jim, Bill, and their wives, Vonnie and Rose, began to tear the house down. When they started tearing down the kitchen, they found a log cabin that the house had been built around! They decided to  number and label each piece as they took it apart so they could re-assemble it on the Robbins farm.  This process took a long time. In the early 1980's they began painstakingly reassembling the log cabin and reconstructed it on the property. It now looks  much the way it would have in the Pioneer days of Maryville and East Tennessee (Late 1700's-early 1800's). It took several years to complete the cabin. Jim Robbins oversaw doing all the stone work. Many different people are credited for helping during the years the log cabin was being reconstructed. The family has many photos and articles documenting the original tear down house, discovery of the log cabin within the house, disassembly and removal from original site, as well as reconstruction photos. We have some of this information in the documents tab on our website!

So much history of the original settlers in the Maryville area!! 

The Apartment/Detached Garage: Large detached garage with a finished apartment above. Also, a second detached garage for extra storage. There are tool sheds and an old chicken house on the property.

The Personal Property: 2006 Chrysler van one owner w/ original paperwork where bought new -low mileage & garage kept, antique tables, Blue canning jars, lamps, oil lamps, upholstered furniture, glassware, dishes, Old Cub Cadet cast iron lawn mower, tools, antique pedal car, antique bicycles, other antiques, much, much more!! 

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ABSOLUTE ONLINE

ESTATE AUCTION

HOME & 36.11 ACRES

ROBBINS ESTATE

1640 Six Mile Cemetery Road

Maryville, TN 37803 

DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

We have the privilege of selling at ABSOLUTE AUCTION the home and the 35 acre farm of the Evonne & Clarence James (Jim) Robbins. 

Spectacular panoramic view of the Chilhowee Mountain range!!  Log Cabin from the Pioneer days of Maryville! This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase your dream home. Located only 6 miles outside the city of Maryville, but it is like being in Cades Cove in the smokies! Virgin hardwoods are located on the property, as well as rolling pasture fenced for cattle! The home is serviced by well water, and has a creek running on border of the property.  Mr. Robbins used to keep cattle on this beautiful property. You will be hard-pressed to find a property like this one with all it has to offer...

The real estate property will be sold in one lot containing the home, acreage/farm, log cabin, apartment over detached garage, and an additional detached garage. Personal property will be sold separately.

The Home: 1,976 square feet (including sunroom) 3 bedroom 2 bath ranch style home with central heating and air, large sunroom to take in the panoramic mountain views, 650 square feet of finished basement and approx. 1008 square feet of unfinished basement with walk-out door. The home has a two car garage. The home is situated on 1.55 acre lot.

Yearly taxes: $844         

 Schools: Montvale Elementary, Heritage Middle & High School

The Farm/Acreage: 34.56 acres with approximately 3/4 of the property open fields and pasture land that was used for cattle. Approximately 1/4 of the property is woodland with centuries old hardwoods. Very much like a Cades Cove setting without being in the mountains. Tool sheds, an old chicken coup and a blacksmithing shop are on the property as well. There is a year-round creek on the back flat of the property.

 Yearly property taxes: $341

(Currently in the Greenbelt, if buyer wants to continue in the Greenbelt it is advisable to contact the Blount County Property Assessor's office and they can let you know what you need to do to continue with the Greenbelt status. If buyer changes use of the property and takes it out of the greenbelt then the buyer may be responsible for 3 years of roll-back taxes) 

 Total yearly taxes on home and Farm: $1185

The Log Cabin: Dr. Sam Crawford lived on the historic Crawford farm on Duncan Road in the City of Maryville, Tennessee. The original home place was still standing and had been vacant for many years. Dr. Crawford told Jim Robbins and his brother Bill that they could have the wood in the house if they would tear it down. (There had been people in and out of the house, and Dr. Crawford was afraid someone was going to get hurt because the house was in such bad shape.) In the late 1970's Jim, Bill, and their wives, Vonnie and Rose, began to tear the house down. When they started tearing down the kitchen, they found a log cabin that the house had been built around! They decided to  number and label each piece as they took it apart so they could re-assemble it on the Robbins farm.  This process took a long time. In the early 1980's they began painstakingly reassembling the log cabin and reconstructed it on the property. It now looks  much the way it would have in the Pioneer days of Maryville and East Tennessee (Late 1700's-early 1800's). It took several years to complete the cabin. Jim Robbins oversaw doing all the stone work. Many different people are credited for helping during the years the log cabin was being reconstructed. The family has many photos and articles documenting the original tear down house, discovery of the log cabin within the house, disassembly and removal from original site, as well as reconstruction photos. We have some of this information in the documents tab on our website!

So much history of the original settlers in the Maryville area!! 

The Apartment/Detached Garage: Large detached garage with a finished apartment above. Also, a second detached garage for extra storage. There are tool sheds and an old chicken house on the property.

The Personal Property: 2006 Chrysler van one owner w/ original paperwork where bought new -low mileage & garage kept, antique tables, Blue canning jars, lamps, oil lamps, upholstered furniture, glassware, dishes, Old Cub Cadet cast iron lawn mower, tools, antique pedal car, antique bicycles, other antiques, much, much more!! 

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