Real Estate — $192,500
2:00 pm *
Thursday, June 25
10% Buyer’s Premium added to the hammer bid price to determine the final purchase price.
Real Estate Terms
10% Non-refundable down payment in the form of cash, check or wired funds is due within 24 hours following the auction, balance due in 40 days. Taxes prorated to the day of closing. Possession at closing, no sooner than August 4, 2020. Selling as is without contingencies, all inspections welcomed prior to the auction during designated inspection dates.
Two inspection dates only, no private showings. Schedule by appointment.
- Thursday, June 18, 12 pm – 4 pm
- Thursday, June 25, 10 am -12 Noon
Patricia Tucker Estate
J. Scott Waters IV, Attorney
Selling online for the Tucker Estate a 1940’s brick two-story home with an art deco influence located in the beautiful Glenwood neighborhood off Beharrell Avenue in Floyd County. This 2080 square foot home has four bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths, fireplace, enclosed porch, unfinished basement plus a large detached garage with RV bay. Great home in need of renovation.
- Historic Glenwood Park Neighborhood
- Two-Story Art Deco Style Home
- 2080 Square Feet on Two Levels
- 4 Bedrooms – 1.5 Baths – Fireplace
- Enclosed Porch – Large Patio
- Unfinished Basement
- Detached Garage with RV Bay
- In Need of Renovation
- Minutes from Schools, Shopping, Dining & Interstate
The clean lines and yellow brick exterior give this home built in 1940 a modern mix accented with green metal awnings. The functional floor plan creates a relaxed, easy-living atmosphere and would be perfect for entertaining.
The main level of 1134 square feet features a glass block entry, living room with gas burning fireplace, adjacent 10’ x 16’ enclosed porch, a formal dining room with corner window, a spacious eat-in kitchen – no appliances included, a bedroom, and a half bath. The second floor features 946 square feet with three bedrooms with wood floors, a full bath, and a rooftop terrace overlooking the court. The unfinished basement of 946 square feet has poured concrete walls with an outside entrance. Home is equipped with natural gas heat and central air.
The 27’ x 36’ detached garage features 14’ ceilings, concrete floor, finished walls, two 9’ single doors with openers, and a 12’ tall door perfect for an RV. The freestanding heating cooling unit is not included.
Owned by the Tucker Family since the 1980’s, this home is located on a 60’ x 120’ lot in a charming neighborhood in a great location with easy access to nearby towns. Great opportunity for a homeowner, investor or flipper.
In 1902 twenty-five acres, which is currently the residential area of Glenwood Park and Glenwood Court, was acquired by the Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction Company. The Company ran the interurban rail line that connected New Albany, Jeffersonville and Louisville. Electric streetcars hustled passengers and freight between the cities. As a marketing tool to help increase passenger traffic the entrepreneurs of the line wanted to create a destination spot. That’s exactly what they did at Glenwood Park. The site had a dancehall pavilion, ballpark, bowling alley, bandstand, tennis courts, amphitheater, and more. Thousands of people flocked there to enjoy a resort atmosphere. Picnics, pageants, outdoor opera, swimming, boating along Silver Creek, dancing, and music.
During the year the park opened in 1903, Dr. John Baldwin of Jeffersonville, envisioned the Park as an ideal location in which to introduce Chautaugua to the surrounding area. He with 10 other prominent men from New Albany and Jeffersonville formed the Chautauqua Association. So one year after the park opened, Glenwood Park saw its first Chautauqua. The Fall Cities and surrounding towns eagerly anticipated and experience a happy, informative, entertaining vacation lifestyle in beautiful Glenwood Park. The park was sold for residential development in 1935.
- Vectren Gas
- Duke Energy
- Indiana American Water
- New Albany Sewers
REAL ESTATE TAXES 2019/2020 Annual
- New Albany Township — $4416.00
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I-265 to Charlestown Road Exit #4. South 1.4 miles to left on Slate Run Road. 1.4 miles to left on Beharrell Avenue. 3/10 mile to left on Glenwood Court to auction on right. Or from Providence Way turn right on Beharrel to right on Glenwood Court.