Cass County Land Auction

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Auction Date:

February 23, 2024 | 10:00 am

Auction Location / Nearest City:

26005 Missouri 2, Harrisonville, MO, USA

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Auction Description:

Cass County Land Auction

SALE DATE: Friday, February 23, 2024 at 10:00 AM

AUCTION LOCATION: Cass County Elks Lodge 2402 Hwy 291, Harrisonville, MO 64701

Physical Address: 26005 E. State Route 2, Harrisonville, MO 64701

Farm Location: 1 ½ Mile East of Harrisonville on HWY 2 and begins at the corner of S. Blinker Light Rd and HWY 2.

Offering 233 Acres in 3 Tracts T44N – R31W – Section 1
Online bidding available through Wheeler Live
It is with great pleasure that Wheeler Auctions has been entrusted to liquidate the home and land holdings of the late Phillip K. and Velda Lee Kelley.

This property has been in the Kelley Family over 116 years and represents one of the great farmers and farms of Cass County. It is in a prime location just east of Harrisonville and many of you have driven by the property (corner of Blinker Light Road and HWY 2) over the years with the thought that someday I would sure like to have all or a part of that place. On February 23, 2024 you will have that opportunity, so we invite you to be with us on sale day to exercise your option to bid on and buy all or part of this historic farm. Many of the Kelley Family will be on hand for you to visit with.

Chas and Mike

Niece, Sherry Osburn prepared the following short biography of Mr. Kelley’s life and farm:

Phillip Kohler Kelley Trust Estate
Phillip Kohler Kelley and his twin sister, Margaret Cecelia Kelley, were born Sept. 14, 1931, to Phillip K. and Velma Lee (Kohler) Kelley. The Kelley family made their home on farm ground homesteaded by Velma’s family on top of Kohler Hill. Phillip and Margaret both grew up there and even rode the same horse across the farm to school.

From a young age, Phillip loved taking care of his cattle. After high school, he served in the Army from 1952 to 1954 and married Velda Lee Kircher on March 28, 1954. The couple lived near Lone Tree, Mo., and in Archie, Mo., but built their current home in 2000 on top of Thrill Hill near Harrisonville, Mo.

Phillip’s sister, Margaret, married Dennis “Mac” Fox and spent her career working as a computer programmer at Baptist Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo. Margaret and Mac had one son, Tim Fox, who resides with his wife, Carolyn, in New York City, N.Y. They have one son, Sam.

Phillip was a familiar face in town, often visiting the banks, restaurants and stores. He loved attending area auctions, visiting with friends and bidding on items to add to his collections.

But Phillip was particularly proud that the 233 acres he called home was named a Missouri Century Farm in 2008 during his ownership. Even at 91 years old, he had more than 50 head of cattle on the property and in spite of several health challenges in his later years, he found a way to take care of his cattle and the farm he loved every day.

Tract 1
A lovely, well maintained 4 bedroom home setting on 5 surveyed acres with road frontage along HWY 2 is the staple for this tract. It is move in ready, a great floor plan and one of the nicest homes we have ever sold at auction. Plan to view this home at the OPEN HOUSE scheduled for Thursday, February 1st, between 3 pm and 7 pm. Other showings by appointment only. Home sells as–is with no buyer contingencies as to financing or inspections. If you cannot close on this home, we ask that you not bid on it.

26005 E. State Rt. 2 Highway, Harrisonville, MO 64701

The home was built in 2000 by the Kelleys and was re-roofed in September 2023. It includes 5 surveyed acres of land. A professional survey performed by Bowers Surveying is available for review. The appropriate titles, deeds and documents will be made available to the buyer. Other property details include:

All main level living area 2,957 square feet
Full unfinished basement 2,957 square feet with ½ bath, walk-out door and single-car garage door w/opener
Large master bedroom and walk-in closet with on-suite master bath including garden tub, double sinks, shower and handicapped-height toilet
Two-car attached garage with walk-in door and garage door opener
Large formal dining room with chandelier
Family room with built-in cabinetry/shelving and gas fireplace
Kitchen with rolling island, eat-in breakfast nook and walk-in pantry
Three additional large bedrooms and two additional full baths
Large main level utility room
Leaded glass entry door with sidelights
Beautiful hardwood floors in kitchen/breakfast nook and main traffic areas, carpet in bedrooms, family room and dining room
Enclosed back porch and deck to enjoy the beautiful view
We will offer this tract in the third and final position of our Kelley land auction. It will be sold by the whole dollar amount and will be sold following the offering of the Tract 2 and Tract 3 farm land tracts.

Tract 2 and Tract 3 contain a total of 228.93 surveyed Acres with approximately 180 open tillable acres currently in row crops, pasture and hay ground. FSA has 105.64 acres in row crops with the balance, much of it terraced, in pasture and hay

Tract 2
This 33.95 surveyed acre land tract consists of open farm ground with development possibilities as it has road frontage along both HWY 2 and Blinker Light Road. Home sites, mini farms, or developmental property of this size is very hard to come by and with this location, a priority and look into the future makes this a very interesting tract of Cass County land.

Tract 3
This 194.98 surveyed acres has all of the current FSA row crop acres contained in this tract. A total of 8 machine sheds and cattle barns are maintained in the NE corner of Tract 3. These buildings are mostly good to excellent condition and range in size from 30’x24’ to 40’x60’ in size. Note the pictures and when you view the farm be sure to look thru those farm structures. Water for cattle is abundant with both pond access and stock water available. Access to those buildings is thru the ingress/egress easement along Hwy 2 or thru the driveway where easement access will be in place at the farm house adjacent to the NE corner of Tract 3.

Cass County Land Auction
Method & Order of Auction: We will offer the land tracts, Tract 2 of 33.95 acres and Tract 3 of 194.98 acres using the Choice Method of Auction where the high bidder will have his choice of either Tract 2 or Tract 3 with the option to take both tracts at the bid price. The land tracts sell by the dollar value per acre with the surveyed acres in each tract used as the multiplier to determine the final selling price of each tract. If the high bidder only chooses one of the tracts then we will open the bidding on the remaining tract. When the selling price and buyer or buyers of those two tracts are established then we will offer Tract 1, the home and 5 surveyed acres. This tract will sell by the whole dollar amount to establish its selling price. This land sale is not contingent on any financing needed by a buyer to close the transactions. Make sure you have your financing, if needed, in order prior to bidding or buying any of these tracts. Property sells with the confirmation of the bid price by the sellers. This will be a live onsite auction with internet bidding available through WheelerLive. Internet bidders must be preapproved 24 hours prior to the auction.

Contract: Immediately following the conclusion of the Real Estate Sale, we will write, sign, and receive the escrow/earnest money of 10% down Payment. Payment check is non-refundable and payable to Coffelt Land Title Inc.

Escrow/Down Payment: Upon execution of the Land Sale Contracts, the purchaser will pay by check and not in cash an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the purchase price as earnest money made payable to Coffelt Land Title Inc., as escrow agent for delivery to the seller at the time of closing. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid by the purchaser to the seller at closing. Purchaser acknowledges and understands that the agreement between buyer and seller is not contingent upon financing and that failure to close this transaction on or before Friday, March 29, 2024 due to any delay caused by the purchaser shall constitute a forfeiture of the earnest money.

Closing: The closing of these transactions has been established to be on or before Friday, March 29 at the office of Coffelt Land Title Inc., 401 S. Lexington St, Harrisonville, MO 64701

Tenant/Possession: There is no 2024 tenant agreement in place for the home tract or any of the crop, pasture, or hay ground in Tracts 2 and 3. Possession on Tract 1, the home tract, is granted at closing.

Immediate possession will be granted for Tract 2 and or Tract 3, if in fact they are to be used for farming purposes so that a farmer can have the time needed to prepare for 2024 farming activities prior to closing. This immediate tenancy only applies if Tract 2 or Tract 3 is to be used for farming purposes. Any and all developmental or building projects must wait until closing to assume possession on either Tract 2 or Tract 3.

Taxes: The 2024 Taxes will be prorated to the day of closing. The 2023 taxes are paid and consisted of

Tract 1, @ $4,679.52 and Tracts 2 and 3 totaling $1,387.64. With new surveyed boundaries in place for this land transaction the Cass County Assessor may establish new and different tax assements for the property in 2024.

Utilities: Osage Valley Electric, Butler, MO has a meter at the home on Tract 1 and at a pole near the buildings located in the North East corner of Tract 3. No electric meter is in place on Tract 2.

Water: Public Water Supply District #9, Harrisonville, MO has a meter for the home Tract 1 and at the farm buildings on Tract 3. No water meter is in place on Tract 2.

Schools: The property is in the Harrisonville R-9 School District

Down Payment: Ten percent (10%) nonrefundable down payment the day of auction, upon signing a purchase agreement immediately following the close of bidding. The down payment may be paid in the form of personal check, business check, or cashiers check. The remainder of the purchase price is payable at closing. YOUR BIDDING IS NOT CONDITIONAL UPON FINANCING. Be sure you have arranged financing, if needed, and are capable of paying the balance at closing.

Title: Sellers shall provide and execute a proper deed conveying the real estate to the buyer(s). Seller to pay for title insurance premium including title search and examination fees. Buyer to pay any lender fees, search premiums, or appraisals necessary to secure buyers funds for closing. Buyer and seller will split the closing costs.

Mineral Rights: The sale shall include 100% of the mineral rights owned by the sellers.

Easements: Standard Utility, Roadway, and Water easements will be in place on the three tracts. A recorded road safety ingress/egress easement for access to HWY 2 will be in place for the neighboring home adjacent to the Northeast corner of Tract 3. The land within that easement is part of Tract 3. In addition to the road entrance safety it affords the home, it also offers the purchaser safe access to that side or portion of Tract 3 for implements, trucks, etc.

Acreage/Survey: The entire property has been surveyed and legal descriptions are in place for each tract. The selling price based on the surveyed acres will serve as the multipliers to establish the final selling price of Tract 2 and Tract 3. Legal descriptions represented in the surveys are final and in some cases, fence lines or property corners may not coincide exactly with the surveyed deed lines.

Agency: Wheeler Auctions & Real Estate and its representatives are Exclusive Agents for the sellers.

Disclaimer: The property is being sold on an “as is, where is” basis, and no warranty or representation, either express or implied, concerning the property is made by either the sellers or the auction company. Each bidder is responsible for conducting its own independent inspections, investigations, and all due diligence concerning the property and the auction. Information contained in this brochure is subject to verification by all parties relying on it. Diagrams/dimensions in this brochure are approximate. Acreage is estimated. All information contained in this brochure and any related materials are subject to the terms and conditions of sale outlined in the purchase contract. Auction conduct and bidding increments are at the sole direction and discretion of the auctioneer. All decisions of the auctioneer are final. The sellers and the Auction Company reserve the right to preclude anyone from bidding if there is a question as to the person’s credentials, fitness, intent, etc.

New Data, Corrections and Changes: Please arrive prior to scheduled auction time to inspect any changes, corrections or additions to the property information. ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INFORMATION GIVEN FROM THE AUCTION PODIUM SHALL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PREVIOUSLY PRINTED OR STATED ADVERTISEMENT.

NO ONSITE BUYER’S PREMIUM – what you bid is what you pay!
An open house to view the home on Tract 1 will be held on February 1, 2024, from 3:00-7:00pm.
The home will sell at auction as Tract 1 on 2/23/24. This will be a live auction with internet bidding available thru Wheeler Live. Your bidding and buying is not contingent on financing and is not subject to any inspections to close the sale. Closing is set on or before Friday, March 29, 2024 at the Harrisonville Office of Coffelt Land Title Inc., 401 South Lexington St, Harrisonville, MO 64701

Home may be shown other times by appointment only: Contact Mike Williams 816-797-5450 for appointment or questions about the home or auction.

Cass County Land Auction

26005 Missouri 2, Harrisonville, MO, USA
Harrisonville, MO

Auction Location / Nearest City:

26005 Missouri 2, Harrisonville, MO, USA

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