IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR OVERTON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
CHERYLE LUANE LEVOY, Plaintiff
JASON HUNTER LEVOY, Defendant.
Civil Action No. 12-CV-17
NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE - REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
By the authority granted by an “Order Appointing Special Commissioner for the Sale of Property” filed in the above styled Case on June 21, 2013, and entered in Chancery Minute Book LL, Page 409, I will on Saturday, September 21, 2013, beginning at 10:01 a.m., offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the real and personal property as set out in said “Order”.
LOCATION: Both Real and Personal Property will be sold on the premises of the real property, which is located off Turkeytown Road, at 19 Dale Lane, Hilham, Tennessee. Auction signs will be placed for direction prior to sale. The Real Property will be sold beginning at 10:01 a.m. The personal property will be sold at 10:30 a.m. or promptly after the Real Property is sold.
REAL PROPERTY: Lying and being in the 3rd Civil District of Overton County, Tennessee and consisting of approximately 180 acres more or less, with a brick home, full size basement, barn, 2 large metal barns.
Located in the 3rd Civil District of Overton County, Tennessee, more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a stake at the mouth of Rough Hollow, a corner to Tract No. 8, Maxwell Heirs lands, in Ben Carr’s line, and running down the hollow with said Carr’s line and with creek North 50 degrees East 22 poles to a stake in the creek; thence North 59 degrees East 16 poles to a stake in the creek; thence North 82 degrees East 16 poles to a stake, the mouth of the Muddy Hollow, J.P. Maxwell’s corner with cucumber and buckeye pointers; thence North 12 degrees East 30 poles to a stake; thence North 22 degrees East 22 poles to a stake; thence East 22 poles to a stake; thence North 32 degrees East 28 poles to a buckeye and sugar tree pointers; thence North 18 poles to a stake; thence 22 degrees West 12 poles to a stake; thence 29 degrees East 8 poles to a stake; thence North 4-1/2 degrees East 16 poles to a stake; thence North 5 degrees East 27 poles to a stake; thence North 19 degrees East 17 poles to a stake in J.A. Hawkins line; thence with the same 50 degrees West 34 poles to a white oak stump; thence 77 degrees West 24 poles to a beech; thence North 25 degrees West 58 poles with ______, to a buckeye and dogwood pointer; thence South 21 _____ degrees West 21 poles to a stake in the branch with beech and cucumber pointers; thence South 60 degrees East 20-1/4 poles to a stake and beech pointers; thence South 41 degrees East 16 poles to a stake; horn bean and sugar tree pointers; thence South 62 degrees East 25 poles to the beginning, containing about 180 acres, more or less.
The previous and last conveyance being a deed of Gerry Barnwell Dubose to Johnny Ray Melton and wife Wilma Melton, which deed is of record in the Register’s Office of Overton County, Tennessee, in WD Book 289, page 47.
For tax purposes, being the property identified as Tax Map 33, Parcel 9.00.
Tax Map 33 - Parcel 9
Beginning at a point on the proposed raw water survey baseline, said point being located on the boundary of lands owned by subject owner and Robert Davis, M.D. approximately 381.7 feet southeast to an existing iron pin in said boundary line; thence following along the proposed raw water survey baseline S9°32’6”W 223.43 feet; thence S4°31’50”E 284.83 feet; thence S59°15’47”E 763.05 feet; thence S66°05’37”E 295.66 feet to the boundary of lands owned by subject owner and John Walker approximately 883 feet south along the meanders of the creek from the confluence of two creeks. Said strip of land shall extend 10 feet on the left side and 10 feet on the right side of said centerline, containing 0.720 acres, more or less.
TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT
In addition, a temporary construction easement is granted for ingress and egress being generally 80 feet wide as limited by improvements, topographic features and environmental permits.
This easement description is not intended to be a boundary survey and is taken from the survey performed for project design.
TERMS OF SALE: 10% down the day of sale with balance due upon confirmation by the Court.
PERSONAL PROPERTY: The personal property will be sold beginning at 10:30 a.m. or promptly after the Real Property is sold
TERMS OF SALE: Cash or approved check for the full bid amount. You will take immediate possession of all personal property items purchased.
THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LISTING OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ITEMS TO BE SOLD: MacBook laptop computer, Nintendo Wii gaming system, Cannondale bicycle, refrigerator, couches, loveseats, chairs, cherry desk, horse trailer, 8-foot ripper (or cultivator), 12-speed drill press, 15-gallon portable gas tank, North Star generator, Miller Thunderbolt AC/DC welder, bench grinder, Porter Cable small contractor air compressor, assorted tools, ladders, Artic Cat 4-wheeler, New Holland Tractor, Jeep CJF Renegade, Nissan Frontier truck, and much, much more.
This the 23rd day of August, 2013.
/s/ Dorothy Stanton
Clerk & Master and
R. Steven Randolph,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Attorney for Defendant
August 27, 2013
September 3, 2013
September 10, 2013