The Guide - April 17, 2024

The Guide • 4-17-24 REAL ESTATE AUCTION Ra i n o r Sh i n e Au c t i o n Da t e : S a t ur da y , A p r il 27, 20 24 a t 10 : 0 0 A M Lo c a t i o n : 129 7 M cke e R o a d, D o ve r , D E 19 9 0 4 On - Si t e PU BLIC AU CTION H o u s e h o l d i t e m s w i l l b e s o l d a t 10 : 0 0 AM. Pr o p e r t y w i l l b e s o l d a t No o n . It Pays To Go Green With Green Gavel A Full Service Auction Company An n ou n c em en ts m a d e th e d a y o f a u c ti on s u p ers ed e a l l a d v erti s em en t. 7(506 PAYMENT IN FULL THE DAY OF THE SALE WITH CASH, CHECK, OR CREDIT CARD. 3% PROCESSING FEE ADDED TO CREDIT CARD PURCHASES. NO AMERICAN EXPRESS. 127(6 10% BUYER’S PREMIUM. NO DE SALES TAX. This highly desirable property is coming to PUBLIC AUCTION on April 27, 2024 at 12 noon and could be yours by 12:30. At 4.3 acres, this is an extremely large property for the area. Just outside Dover city limits. You have to see it to appreciate all it has to offer. The 3 BR, 2 bath home is sturdy and was built to last. Unfortunately, it has been neglected and will require renovation. Once a small horse farm/stables, it could be again. The property is fenced and cross-fenced. Lots of mature trees. Consider this your blank canvas. Bring it back to the beautiful horse farm it once was or take it in a whole new direction. You decide! Oh so close to everything in Dover, yet outside of the city limits. Access to RT 13 and RT 1 just minutes from the property. Household content includes Fisher double-door wood stove, upright freezer, estate jewelry, crocks, wagon wheels, assorted glassware, brassware, pictures, books, furniture and more. Some items to be sold individually – some will be sold in place by the ‘room-lot’. M a rk y ou r c a l en d a r n ow s o y ou d on ’ t m i s s th i s g rea t a u c ti on . Ben Twilley, Auctioneer by Jill Linden, Ph.D. Jill Linden, Ph.D. is a retired Sussex County child psychologist. Many children are satisfied to have the same kind of cereal for breakfast every morning. Others want something different. Parents usually don’t have time to make breakfast foods like eggs or pancakes on weekday mornings. Instead, you could offer less traditional possibilities. This might include toast topped with peanut butter and/ or sliced bananas, or leftovers from last night’s dinner. Some families have a big enough pizza for dinner to ensure that the kids can have a slice for breakfast the next day. 20822 Squirrel Lane, Seaford, DE 19973 • 3 Bedroom • 2 Bath • Pool • Fenced Yard • Irrigation OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, April 20, 2024 from 11am - 2pm Agent: Mike Webster Cell: 410-251-8596 O ce: 302-536-1838