Online Auction Only - Farm, Ranch and Construction Equipment Auction Opens: Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 10:00 AM (CST) Lots Start Closing: Tuesday, August 18 at 10:00 AM (CST) Selling tractors, trailers, farm implements, trucks, autos, construction equipment, livestock equipment and misc Create An Account BID NOW PHOTOS CATALOG How to Register for this Online Auction register with Proxibid. Accepting Consignments Now: We accept consignments at our auction facility at 1036 S. FM 331, Sealy, TX 77474 Monday-Friday - 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday, August 1 - 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Deadline to consign to this auction is Thurs, August 6 by 5:00 PM If you need hauling or unloading services, call our office at 979-885-2400. During this time, please call in advanced to notify you are coming to our office to register and unload equipment Preview Equipment: To preview equipment, come
Estate Home Auction LIVE AUCTION Saturday, July 18 10:00 AM 135 Burford, Columbus, Texas 78934 Selling Real Estate and Personal Property Open House / Pre-sale inspection: Tuesday, July 7 - 5:30 pm-7:30pm Tuesday, July 14 - 5:30pm-7:30pm Three bedroom - two bath home in a quiet, desirable neighborhood in beautiful small town Columbus. The home is 1669 square feet and has a 15' x 23' shop. The shady yard includes mature pecan and fig trees. The property is being sold to settle an estate. This property will sell at auction on Saturday, July 18. A title policy and current survey, along with bidding procedures, will be provided in a Bidder Packet which will be available prior to the auction date. We plan on a traditional closing in 30 days from the auction. Personal property will also sell at auction on July 18.
For Sale Historic Old Country Store and Post Office Building 717 Loop 497 South Kenney, Texas 77452 The community of Kenney was established in 1880's when the Santa Fe Railroad and Post Office were placed in the community. The community was originally named Thompson after its first Post Master in the community. Later in 1884 renamed to Kenneyville and finally in 1892 officially became Kenney, Texas. In 1987, the current owner purchased the Old Country Store and was restored in 1995 to its present condition. All electrical was re-wired and new plumbing also was installed at that time. The exterior of the building was wrapped in a new metal and the interior walls were re-studded with 2x4's and new installation was placed within the walls of the building. The Country Store and Post Office remained active from 1880 to 1983. The original Post Office boxes still remain in the Old Country Store. Features and