1321 E. Oak Street — $90,000
1323 E. Oak Street — $40,000
1321 & 1323 E. Oak Street
New Albany, IN 47150
- Two New Albany Homes
- Lifetime Collection including Vehicle, Art, Furniture, Antiques and Collectibles.
Two turn of the century homes with original charm and character located just East of New Albany’s downtown historic district and minutes from shopping and food destinations. Great opportunity to own two homes side by side just waiting to be restored. Also selling lifetime collection including vehicle, art, furniture, antiques and collectibles.
REAL ESTATE (SELLS @ 2PM)
1321 E. OAK STREET (Sells @ 2:00pm)
Brick 1900’s Arts & Craft style 4 bedroom 1 1/2 story bungalow with original architecture and design. This well-designed 1970 square foot home still retains its original craftsmanship with wood floors and trim, mission style fireplace mantle, built in cabinetry with leaded glass, 10’ ceilings, wood staircase with landing, period lighting plus covered porches, unfinished basement and 12’x16’ detached garage on 33’ x 160’ lot with alley access. Home needs restoration.
1323 E. OAK STREET (Sells @ 2:10pm)
Classic frame shotgun style 1 1/2 story 3 bedroom home on 33’ x 160’ lot located just minutes to expressway, schools and shopping. This circa 1900’s home has great potential for modern living space and features 1392 square feet, 10’ ceilings, wood floors, grain painted trim, unfinished basement plus covered and enclosed porches. Home needs restoration.
REAL ESTATE TERMS
10% Non-refundable down payment due day of auction, balance due in 40 days. Real Estate taxes prorated to day of closing. Possession at closing. Selling as is with no contingencies, all inspections welcomed prior to auction.
- Two inner-city homes side by side in Downtown New Albany.
- Art & Craft style 1970 square foot home with original character.
- Detached brick one-car garage with alley access.
- Shotgun Style 1392 square foot home.
- Located just East of Downtown Historic District.
- Minutes from Shopping & Food Destinations
Real Estate Annual Taxes
1321 E. Oak Street
- New Albany City — $769.10
1323 E. Oak Street
- New Albany City — $842.00
Real Estate Tax Exemptions
1321 E. Oak Street
- Age — $12,480
- Homestead — $45,000
- Homestead Supplement — $24,150
1323 E. Oak Street
- Vectren Gas
- Duke Energy
- American Cities Water
- New Albany Sewers
New Albany Floyd County Schools
- S. Ellen Jones Elementary
- Hazelwood Middle
- New Albany High
PERSONAL PROPERTY (Partial Listing – Watch for updates and photos)
2003 Ford Focus, 2 door stick shift.
Oil on board unsigned painting titled “Dripping Springs” dated 1900 in an ornate gold frame (This painting has a tag stating it was painted by house guest of Mrs. McClain. We are unsure who the mystery artist is but it bears resemblance to many prominent local artists of the 1900’s in the style of the Wonderland Way Art Club), framed unsigned watercolor landscape and several early prints.
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
RCA Victrola Model VV-100, Belknap Bluegrass washboard, Modern Woodmen of America “Love, Hope, Charity” flags, Westinghouse fan, Walton & Keds Shoe wood shipping boxes, dress form, 50 Kennedy half dollars, kraut board, Hudson Bay wool blanket, quilts, linens, New Albany Dryers Concert Band photo at Glenwood Park, vintage 1900’s K&I Railway photos, Niagara Falls photos, vintage books, Walt Disney clock, violin, J Grass Lille flutes, retro maps, WW1 & WW2 uniforms, patches and helmet, Argus 300 slide projector, Webcor portable turntable, retro radio, Royal Baking Powder tin bank, vintage christmas lights and ornaments, Esterbrook fountain pen tips, arts & craft inkwell, retro cookware, depression glass, china and other assorted glassware, Life magazines, 1967 IU-UK football program, vintage scrapbooks with sports clippings including Jim Thorpe pictures, classic Yankees players and large selection of early Notre Dame football newspaper clippings, Marksman air pistol, several postcards, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not cardboard candy box, vintage New Albany political paper goods, hundreds of New Albany business matches, 1946 St. Xavier yearbook, 1950s-60s Playbill programs, Remington & Royal typewriters, iron shoe last, 1959 USSR exhibition program, milk bottles, Coca Cola ice picks, Howard pocket watch, lighters, vintage purses and umbrellas, LPs, The Swinger Polaroid camera and other vintage camera parts, Schmitt Furniture ash tray, cast iron side irons, rotary phone, vintage American Legion magazines, pocket fans and more.
Walnut Victorian 3-piece bedroom suit with high back bed, marble dresser and washstand, oak highboy chest, oak 1-drawer desk table, Queen Anne dining table & chairs, walnut cedar lined blanket chest, mission rockers, spindled rockers, chairs, lamp tables, retro record cabinet, oak treadle sewing machine and more.
Armstrong oak upright piano.
PERSONAL REP Norma Bizzell
ATTORNEY Greg Neely
SELLER Victor Sourdry Estate
E. Spring Street to North on 13th Street to right on Oak Street.