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Auctioneer Leaman Auctions Ltd. 717-464-1128
Auction Date Oct 29 Auction
1316 Stablersville Rd.
Parkton, Md
Time 08:30AM
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1316 Stablersville Rd.
Parkton, Md. 21120
Baltimore County 

 Saturday, October 29th,  2016
Auction starts at 8:30 AM
Includes Tractors, Implements and several generations
 of farm house furnishings and antiques.

 Southbound on I 83 Find Exit #33 which is the third exit south of MD. & PA border,  This is Rt. 45 also known as the Old York Rd. Go south on Rt 45, approx 300 yards and turn left onto Stablers Church Rd. follow it for 1.3 miles, continue straight past the Stablers Church building and the road becomes Stablersville Rd. Property is on the left and Signs are posted.

 Northbound on I-83 take Exit 33 to the stop and just cross over Rt 45, go straight ahead, and you will be on Stablers Church Rd. Follow it for 1.3 miles, continue straight past the Stablers Church building and the road becomes Stablersville RD.  Property is on the left and Signs are posted.  Approx distance to York is 23 miles,  Harrisburg 45,  only 17 miles to 695 and Inner Harbor of Baltimore is 30 miles. Washington DC and Philadelphia are each less than 75 miles away.  Easy 4 and 6 lane commute to any of these city's. 
All Parking including trucks and trailers will be off of Downs Rd.
Handicapped which may use the main driveway into the Farm.

We will open the auction with smalls off of a wagon and then into the field and the farm equipment. Second ring will start at 9:15 under the tent with the antiques!!

We do plan to sell from 2 rings for MUCH of the day, so bring a friend.  Second ring will begin selling items including the antiques, furniture and better personal property (approx 600 lots from the barn)under a tent starting at approximately 9:15 am.  Please bring your own seating, we will have some chairs onsite but advise you come prepared.
The first ring will finish its day selling several hundred lots of offline items out of the other barn.


 Preview for the Farm Equipment,Personal Property and Antiques as well as the real estate will be
Friday Oct 28th from Noon till 6 PM

Private showings at other times available by request

FARM TRACTORS: (all have been setting for some years, but they run and operate and continue to get better with use) AC 6080 fender tractor on 18.4 x 34 tires at 50%, showing 4200 hrs, has been setting for a few years but runs and moves, the 590 Allied loader which was on the 6080 will be offered separately and after the tractor; Belarus 4wd tractor model 825 with cab A/C (not working) and showing 1864 hours, starts, runs well and moves, all accessory's  seem to function, tractor is weathered and needs some TLC, currently equipped w/ a 594 Allied loader; Belarus model 310 4wd showing approx 350 hours total use, appears to be correct, the tires are like new for wear, tractor is weathered and needs some TLC it starts runs and moves, currently equipped with 2245 QT Bushog loader, Loaders may be offered separately; Either one of these Belarus tractors, with some time and effort, would make a nice inexpensive tractor loader combination for a small farm or for a home or cabin; Farmall M w live hyd, on new rims and new 14.9 X 38 Firestone 151 tires, 3pt hitch, side hill drawbar, needs paint, one set of rear weights, not running, was parked with bad head gasket, engine appears to be tight, Farmall H, runs and operates well, has one set of rear weights, Farmall B (rough) early production tractor (has no starter hole in the bell housing)  is not running, Was a one owner tractor and sold new onto this farm, International Cub, square grill, yellow tractor with hyd, pto and an IH belly mower; on like new 8.3 X 24 Firestone tires, runs real nice and operates well: Ford 9N tractor runs nicely, moves and in average condition on matching  rear tires at 80% tread;

EQUIPMENTCase 1825B skid loader with bucket; operates fine, with Kubota diesel and remote hyd for grapple, runs good; pallet forks and manure forks sell separately;  New Idea # 3622 single beater manure spreader has not seen much use but front end of the floor needs attention; Duetz Allis Rotary rake, 8 ft; Duetz-Allis 9' discbine been setting but appears to be in good condition, Vemeer 504 F round baler bright paint lo usage; , 3 pt Hydraulic post pounder; JD 24T baler with thrower, been stored inside but has no paint, condition unknown;  Brillion spring tooth 15' trailer type field cultivator; (2) Gravity bins on Grove 505 running gears, appear to be 165 bu? old hay flat on wagon gears; HD 6' box scraper; 3 pt rear blade';  Land Pride 3 pt 6' bushhog type mower, 60" 3 pt rotary mower needs work; several small trailers for farm use; Brock Feed bin, on legs, approx 3 ton cap, 80" diameter by approx 15' tall,
4) Gravely walk behind tractors of various models and w/different attachments; several attachments sell separately, two sets of dual wheel spacers, 1 with rims and tires,  Cub Cadet 105 hydro tractor w/ mower deck; New snow plow to fit the Cub cadet; 1949 Ford truck 2 ton with flat head V-8 (for parts or repair not running); 1974 Ford F500 12' stake body flatbed with lift gate (not running)appears to be 351 and a 4 speed trans; 1965 Dodge
Polora, V-8, 383 2V, auto trans, 2 door Hardtop; rusty and rough but restorable;  2) 300 gallon fuel tanks on skids with pumps; Set of suitcase weights and bracket appear to be for the Belarus tractors; There will be two wagon loads of small farm related parts and tools; approx 20 milk cans, a few creamer cans, milk pails from local dairy's, many with brass tag's and names. cattle panels and gates of various condition and sizes; lots of hard cover Fiction and Non fiction books, Lots of magazines from the 40's, 50's and 60's; Baltimore County school items; Hopewell Farms was a well known Ayrshire Dairy Farm and there are lots of interesting magazines, sale bills, herd management papers and photos in this auction as well as some old milking equipment; Oliver #40 L-Hand furrow walking plow; HD single tree's, wheat cradle; sythes; hand operated wooden table corn chopper; 3) cast iron Hog troughs; small, medium and large,

Much more will be added to the list of antique items.
 Antiques:   The contents of the 12 room farm house will be selling; this includes items from many generations and 3 family's; the Stabler's the Turnbaughs, the Hales and the Lees. Bedroom suits; Marble Top Bow Front Dresser, Marble Top Dresser & Wash Stands., Hoosier cabinet in good condition; Large corner cupboard, reported to have been hand built from lumber grown on the farm, history undocumented but is in the portion of the house that was built in 1811 this will be sold after the real estate;  Several Victorian style bedroom suits; Jelly cupboard; canning cupboard; cedar chests, carpenters box, Wash stands, steamer chests, Antique glass ware; (3) side saddles; (5) milk cans painted with farm scenes;  old Milk bottles from local dairy's, CV Hutton, Montebellos Farm Hillen Rd, Western MD Dairy; Swansea Farm Rd Gamble Hillen Rd; 2) soda bottles by EC Cooper Bottler from Glen Rock PA, CC Soda Bottles from Westminster MD., Fairfield Western Maryland Dairy, Citrate of Magnesia bottle, Old whiskey bottles; Advertising Thermometers from W.H. Almony-General Merchandise with 1965 calendar still attached;  IH Thermometer-RC Schugart, New Freedom, PA.; Crocks , #2, #3, several jug crocks different sizes., large millstone in good condition, most likely from the Stablers Grist Mill which was located on the south end of the farm. Several oil lamps, parlor lamps.  Some green & Pink depression ware, Carnival glass pitcher, Cast iron trivets, Cuckoo Clock from West Germany, Seth Thomas Mantle Clock, Waterbury Clock Co. clock, Turnbaugh and Hale family pictures, history and descendant items, Early postcards & greeting cards in excellent condition., Blue & White Salt Glazed Pitcher, Bavaria Germany blue garland patter dishes, Lifetime China Co dishes, pattern is burgundy, Tins- Tiger Chewing Tobacco, and many more, Cigar boxes, Cigar molds, Snyder Chip Cardboard container, Early salt shakers, Music Boxes, treadle type Singer Sewing Machine, Cedar Chest, Early Fruit Crate, Early Water Bowl & Pitcher Set, Vases, Old Bamboo Umbrellas, 2 Tin Types photos, Crossmen 338 Auto airgun-not complete, Trooper cap gun, 38 handgun, break open, 22 falling block handgun, (very rusty) Old Knives, Glassware, lots of early dishes. Crock style chicken waterer. Trunks, Apothecary Jars, huge variety of mason jars, double wide school desk (seated two students) most likely from the Stablers school, New Enterprise # 25 sausage stuffer in like new condition; coal burning potbelly stoves; Wringer washer;  Many more items will be added. approx 50 very nice burlap bags from various feed company's; and approx 40 seed bags out of the 30's (est) white cloth with approx 40lb cap, from various company's and with various seeds all in very good condition. Additional 40 or so burlap bags which are in lesser condition; 2)NIB Wolfs Head 5 gallon fuel cans, boxes are rough and the one can has a bit of rust , several other similar cans from various petroleum company's

Terms for onsite buyers of the personal property: Payment in cash, honorable check or Credit Card, There will be a 3% processing fee for credit cards. And there will be an 8% BUYERS PREMIUM on the antiques and household items (applies only to items sold inside of the barns or from the tents).
 No Buyers Premium on the Tractors or equipment
and we will have a loader tractor there to assist in loading out your purchases. We would like all items removed by Nov 2nd but further storage is available and must be arranged with the auction company.           
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Terms for Online Buyers are posted on the websites where you register for online bidding!  All online purchases as well as phone in and left bids are subject to a Buyers Premium total of 18%. We will assume your purchases are to be shipped out and will move them back to our location in Willow Street, Pa.  unless you make arrangements to pick them up onsite no later than Sunday Oct 30th before 4PM. 

Beautiful Baltimore County Farm
192 +/- acres with 110 +/-  tillable
Large Stone Farm House, Barn, and a
full set of farm buildings.
Open the survey attachment at top of this page by clicking on it and and then expand the
 magnification to at least 100% to get a good overview of the property.

click here for a link that sheds some light  on the local history of  the area and the farm itself

This Link is about the history of the Farm House (older article so some things have changed)       
 Southbound on I 83 Find Exit #33 which is the third exit south of MD. & PA border,  This is Rt. 45 also known as the Old York Rd. Go south on Rt 45, approx 300 yards and turn left onto Stablers Church Rd. follow it for 1.3 miles, continue straight past the Stablers Church building and the road becomes Stablersville Rd. Property is on the left and Signs are posted.

 Northbound on I-83 take Exit 33 to the stop and just cross over Rt 45, go straight ahead, and you will be on Stablers Church Rd. Follow it for 1.3 miles, continue straight past the Stablers Church building and the road becomes Stablersville RD.  Property is on the left and Signs are posted.  Approx distance to York is 23 miles,  Harrisburg 45,  only 17 miles to 695 and Inner Harbor of Baltimore is 30 miles. Washington DC and Philadelphia are each less than 75 miles away.  Easy 4 and 6 lane commute to any of these city's.

 Preview for the personal property and Antiques as well as 2nd open house for the real estate will be
Friday Oct 28th from Noon till 6 PM

Private showings available at other times by request, please call the Auctioneer or John Mattilio
The Lee Farm

The Myron and Lois Hale Farm

1316 Stablersville Road, Parkton, MD 21120.

Seventh Election District, Baltimore County, Maryland

Originally known as the Christian Stabler Farm from the early 1800's . Christian Stabler was a local builder and constructed the original part of this two story, stone home in 1811. A two story stone addition was built later, possibly in mid to late 1800's.  The farm was next owned by the Turnbaugh family and then the Hale family.  Myron Lee Hale and Gloria Lois Hale later transferred the farm to Mr. Lee (decd) and his daughters Monica and Sonia are the current owners.

This is a preserved farm and a copy of the Easement will be made available upon request. The Sellers are keeping a two acre lot off of this property, and this 192 +/- acres is net of this lot. This lot is along Downes Road at this time (plans are under way to move the lot off of the prime farm land into the wooded area to the north of its present location) and the Buyer of this farm will have the Right Of First Refusal to purchase this two acres, if it is offered for sale in the future. The Buyer will also be able to farm this lot, if they choose to, and will be asked to pay a market value rent per acre.

 The tillable land on this farm lays nicely for farming, and some of the fenced pasture is tillable. The FSA map shows 108 acres tillable, and with a few acres in the pasture, we are calling it 110 +/- acres tillable. There is a BG& E power line that runs through the pasture of this property.

There is 30 +/- acres of  nice fenced pasture on this farm as seen on each side of the lane, and along Stablersville Road. Some of this is steep and some is rocky, and some could possibly be turned into crop land. There are 40 + acres of nicely wooded land that has some large timber that would be ready to harvest. The lane or driveway to this farm was once known as Old Woods Rd. and comes off of Stablersville Rd, and passes between the buildings and through the farm out onto Downes Rd. and is very close to 1/2 mile in total length.   It passes between the house and dairy barn, continues north approx 700' to the top of the ridge where there are two barns and then bears north west for approx 800' and comes out onto Downes Rd. The section of the lane north and west of the buildings is passable and could easily be brought back into usefulness. 

The two story, 3,366 square foot, stone home on this farm is about 450 feet away from Stablersville Road at its closest point, and is accessed by a 700' driveway, it and has six bedrooms and one bathroom. Four of the bedrooms have closets. The Bathroom in on the main living level. This home has an eat in kitchen, large living room and big front, sitting room. It also has a large front porch which gives a great view and adds to the allure of the house. This home is a piece of history, the Stablers donated land for a church and a public school off of this farm and are generally credited with starting the town of Stablersville. This grand old house appears to be structurally strong with thick stone walls, (deep window sills at the windows) and is well preserved for its age. Recent improvements include a new oil fired boiler, Stainless liner on the chimney.  It is livable as is and would be perfect to restore, or remodel to your own dream house and enjoy.  It is located in a great spot on the farm, and is currently occupied by a relative of the owners.

 To the north and east of the house is a 22' X 40', four bay, cement block garage with 6' high roll up doors and a dirt floor.  Also near the home is a 26' X 36' corn barn  with side cribs and dirt floor being used as machine or wagon shed.

There is a 40' X 90' bank barn NW of the house that was once used for milk cows. And there is a small milk house on the NE corner of the barn plus a stave silo attached to the east end of the barn that has not been used in some years. This barn has been last used as a run in building for cattle.  Above and to the north of the bank barn, and getting further away from the house is a 40' X 80' enclosed pole barn with approx 12' H insulated ceiling and a concrete slab running full length on 2/3rds of the floor. Has full width of doors at east end and a 10' wide  rolling door on each side and the west end.  This was designed for livestock, and last used as equipment storage but could be renovated for many uses.

There are two barns at the top of the hill north of the main buildings that are usable. One is  a 26' X 40' cement block livestock barn with upstairs hay storage. This barn was connected to some pasture, at one time.  At this same location is a single story 40' X 60' metal building with dirt floor, used for hay and equip storage.

 This is an amazing property with historic buildings, nice tillable land, harvestable timber, fenced pasture, great setting and location. Would make a great Horse Farm,  Family Farm or Country Estate. For the investor it has good potential for cash crop rental  in the $200 plus per tillable acre range, plus the leasing of the barns and pastures for other farm related uses. There is a competitive cash rent market in the immediate area of this farm and we have several party's wishing for the opportunity to rent this one. This farm is secluded and yet is less than 1.5 miles from exit 33 of I-83.

       PLEASE RESPECT OUR CUSTOMERS PROPERTY AND PRIVACY,  PRIVATE SHOWINGS ARE WELCOMED AND AVAILABLE BY CALLING John Mattilio of Farm and Land Realty Inc. @ 717-917-4682  or Ed Leaman  @ 610-662-8149

Selling for Monica G. Lee
and Sonia Lee Blatchely

Terms on Real Estate:  Deposit of $100,000 as down payment day of auction, with balance at settlement within 60 days. The fixed figure deposit is to make it easier for bidders to be prepared. We will accept cash, checks, and certified funds for the deposit. When using a personal or company check,  Pre-approval or a letter from  your bank  is needed if unknown to the family or the auction company.

Brokers/Realtors Participation; We have incentives of up to 1% available for Realtors, Brokers and their agents on this real estate. You must register your client and be instrumental in the process of securing the winning bid. Down load the form by clicking on the attachment at top of the page here or contact us for details. 

Auctioneers Notes: We are honored to have the opportunity to conduct this auction. The expectations of value on this fine piece of property are realistic and we fully intend to get it sold Oct 29th. We invite your attendance to the auction and welcome any opportunity to assist you in your search for a farm.
Food, plenty of parking in the fields and comfort stations onsite,

Auction starts with the personal property at 8:30 AM
Leaman Auctions Ltd. AY002063
329 Brenneman Rd. Willow Street, Pa. 17584
717-464-1128 office  or E/MAIL 
  J. Edward Leaman  cell 610-662-8149  AU 002034L
                  Darvin Rodgers 717-318-2426  AU002316L
                  Jake Findley   717-617-4022
             John Mattilio 717-917-4682 PA #AA019469            



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