Make-A-Wish® Home Auction – Williams & Williams to auction Simmons Home to benefit Make-A-Wish Oklahoma
On August 7, at 6:30pm CDT, Williams & Williams will auction a 4BR 3BA, 2,300+/- sf home built by Simmons Homes of Tulsa. Simmons Homes will donate all proceeds of the home sale to Make-A-Wish®.
Make-A-Wish® Oklahoma is a non-profit organization that fulfills the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. As a long-time supporter of Make-A-Wish® Oklahoma, Simmons Homes has chosen to auction this home to expedite the funds needed to continue granting wishes.
The newly-built home, located at 2600 W Tucson Ct in Broken Arrow, OK, is the Simmons Homes Bailey Plan, a layout that offers a bonus/office room, a covered patio, and a third-car, side-entry garage. The home is located off of 121st Street, in The Villas at Spring Creek, in close proximity to Broken Arrow’s shopping and entertainment options.
This beautiful home features premium finishes, such as granite countertops, upgraded flooring, and 42″ kitchen cabinets.
The benefit auction takes place on August 7th, on the lawn of the home at 2600 W Tucson Ct in Broken Arrow. Bid live onsite or online via Auction Network. Click here for more information about the home and bidder registration information.
Watch the video below for a virtual home tour:
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If you’ve ever been to Saranac Lake or The Village of Lake Placid, NY, you probably have an idea of why people want to live in the area. Saranac Lake offers stunning views of untouched wilderness, an average high temperature of 78 in July, and plenty of outdoor activities.
The state owns a great deal of the shoreline of Lower Saranac Lake, which has much less development than Upper Saranac Lake. In fact, 42% of the land within the Blue Line (Adirondack and Catskill parks) is state-owned and “forever wild”, which means this land cannot be developed. This allows area residents to enjoy seclusion and and natural beauty year-round.
The rest of the Adirondack Park is a collage of private property. It’s the biggest park east of the Mississippi, bigger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Glacier national parks combined. Imagine living in a wilderness preserve, to own a home in such a special place.
This month, Williams & Williams and Adirondack Premier Properties, Inc. present the opportunity to own a home in this beautiful area of the country. Two waterfront homes on Lower Saranac Lake will auction on July 19th. Read on to learn more about these luxury homes.
For more information, call customer service at 800.801.8003.
Two waterfront luxury homes on Lower Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks, auctioning July 19th. Learn More >>
If you’re looking for a home in Springfield, Missouri, we have some great starter homes auctioning this week. First time home buyers, we’re talking to you! This is your chance to snag a great home at auction! Check out the inventory below. Bid onsite or bid live, online at www.auctionnetwork.com.
High Fencing Hunting, Lodges & Cabins, Homesites, Land, and Personal Property – Hunter Ridge Ranch Auction
Yes, it’s a long blog post title, but that’s because there’s a lot of property to be auctioned during the Hunter Ridge Ranch real estate and personal property auction that will take place on May 31st. At noon CDT, the Hunter Ridge Ranch will auction in 15 parcels. Let’s take a deeper look at this property being auctioned in Camdenton, Missouri.
Our staff have been to Hunter Ridge Ranch several times as we prepare for the auction. They were pleasantly surprised at the good quality of the roads throughout the property, and yet they were happy to see that the roads were rustic and less-traveled right where you’d expect (and need) them to be. Hunters need seclusion and space, and our staff found plenty of that as they moved from parcel to parcel.
The sunsets are a force to be reckoned with, with nearly every evening offering a heavenly show of color from the many overlooks and viewpoints across the ranch. Our staff describe the stars as appearing to be hand-painted with an artist’s brush, with more clear, bright stars visible in the night sky than one could even imagine.
Now that you have goosebumps, let’s talk details.
The main lodge, known as Hunter Ridge Lodge, sits on about 76.63 acres. With 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, the lodge is perfect for a turn-key bed and breakfast or a home with extra room for entertainment and plenty of outdoor space to enjoy.
The Stone Ridge Lodge overlooks a gorgeous ravine. As our staff grilled dinner out on the patio, they were floored by the beautiful view. As one staff member noted, it seemed there was always a new surprise, a new view, a new sunset, a new sound, at every turn. The Stone Ridge Lodge is a retreat that feels secluded, but is well-stocked with modern amenities that make the stay comfortable.
The land experience at Hunter Ridge Ranch left our staff reeling with the excitement of experiencing nature on such a deep level. As they settled into one place to review the area, wildlife could be heard for miles around. Every parcel affords the visitor a different experience, a new set of views and a new catalogue of wildlife sights and sounds.
The land consists of varied topography and our staff were surprised by the differences in the land between all the parcels. The dogwood trees were in bloom and offered bright pops of white color down in the ravines and across the landscapes.
One staff member explained that even within the same land parcel, a different vantage point provides a fully unique nature experience.
Auctioning after the real estate is a wide variety of personal property, including Kawasaki Mules, furniture, hunting equipment, and more. A large number of domestic and exotic taxidermy animals will also be auctioned by Lolli Bros. Auctioneers. Even if you aren’t interested in buying land, you’ll want to see this incredible collection of personal property.
Hunter Ridge Ranch will be open for public inspection on Saturday, May 24th. The auction location is 1817 Kirkland Ridge Rd in Camdenton, MO 65020. Click here to view the location on Google Maps. We think it’s worth the drive.
Watch the property video below: