Bob & Sallie Connelly have an active schedule of appraisal clinics, sales, auctions, lectures, seminars, conferences, speeches, and radio and TV appearances. Their calendar features real estate, residential contents, decorative arts, antiques and collectibles, clocks and watches, sports memorabilia and classic cars.
Heritage Self Storage Auction
Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct an auction of the contents of 13 self storage units on-site at Heritage Self Storage, 301 Glendale Drive, Endicott, NY 13760 on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 6:00 pm, with a preview at 5:00 pm.
All payments will be made to Heritage Self Storage by cash, check or charge. Photo ID required to bid. Sales Tax due unless Exempt Certificate provided. No one allowed inside the units until after purchase and payment. All items will be sold AS IS, no refunds, no returns
Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct two On-Site Real Estate Auctions at noon and a Personal Property Auction at 10:00 am on Saturday, September 22, 2012, with an Open House on Saturday, September 15 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. The properties are located at 118 Fairview Avenue, Dubois, PA 15801 and across the street at 120 E Weber Avenue. The auctions will be conducted by Connelly Realty, Robert J. Connelly, Auctioneer #AU-002261. All of the items are selling without reserve ‘AS IS’ (No Refunds, No Returns) at a 10% buyers premium.
The Real Estate at 118 Fairview Avenue consists of a two-story brick house on a brick and laid stone foundation with a poured concrete floor and walkup attic, a two-car garage, with fireplace, storage extension and full basement, a gazebo, two barn-shaped outbuildings, and a partially finished green house with fiberglass roof and concrete floor, all on three lots comprising 0.57 acres. One lot has been landscaped with a pond, waterfall and covered bridge!
The house has a walkout basement containing a half bath and a laundry room with new Samsung washer and dryer. It's heated by a gas-fired hot water system and has a three-year old roof, replacement windows and storm doors, a partially updated electrical system, and a hard wired alarm and fire system.
The first floor of the house features beam ceilings and natural woodwork and has a living room with built-in bookcases and fireplace; dining room in Mission Arts & Crafts style; kitchen with major brand range, refrigerator, dishwasher, and combination wall microwave and oven; half bath with closet; and an enclosed and heated sun porch.
The second floor has three bedrooms, one with closets, one with built-in cabinets and bookcases and an attached sitting room. There is a recently updated ceramic tile bathroom with shower and tub, and a dressing room with sink and walk-in closet.
The family wants to sell and has set the minimum selling price and opening bid at just $50,000.
The Real Estate at 120 E Weber Avenue includes a two-story house which has been extensively remodeled with a few rooms still needing trim, a two-car concrete block garage, and a wooden outbuilding. The house has modern replacement aluminum storm windows, doors and screens and has a freshly painted stucco exterior. Much of the plumbing, the electrical breakers and some gutters and leaders are new. The house and garage have new roofs. The house has a laid block foundation with concrete floor, a walkout basement and root cellar. It has been insulated throughout and is heated by a new gas-fired hot water system with a separate insulated hot water heater. The garage has insulated rafters, a poured concrete floor, walkup loft, electric service, an LP heater and an automatic door opener on one bay. There is a concrete driveway accessible from both Weber and Fairview Avenues.
The first floor of the house includes a large entrance parlor, living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry room and half bath. The kitchen has a tile floor, halogen lighting, new cabinets, a granite island and counter tops, gas stove, dishwasher, and a stainless steel sink with new fixtures. The second floor has four bedrooms, one with a large walk-in closet, and a bathroom with double granite sinks, tile floor and a large remodeled walk-in shower.
The family is very interested in selling and has set the minimum price and opening bid at only $35,000.
The Personal Property Auction at 10:00 am consists of appliances, including a Samsung washer, Roper gas dryer, Shark cleaner and two paper shredders; furniture, including a large sofa, love seat, mirrors, large display cabinets, bookcases and children's chairs; Native American items, including souvenirs, signed prints, and a large dream catcher, and miscellaneous, including an E.M. Neill violin, a Model T toy car with 5 hp motor, 500 books, and assorted cookware, linens and lamps.
Located at 33 West State St Ste 10, Binghamton, NY 13901-2461, the Showplace is the venue for many of Bob & Sallie Connelly's events. To get there, take I81 or NY Rte 17 to exit 4S, NY Rte 7S/NY Rte 363W. Turn right at the first light onto Frederick St, then left at the light onto Chenango St, which forks right into West State St. Go one block to the Binghamton Plaza, located left of the Big K Kmart.
Absentee and Phone Bids
Absentee and phone bids are accepted for most Bob & Sallie Connelly Auctions. Bidders must be pre-registered and bids must be received by 5:00 p.m. (EST) of the day before the auction. Additional information is available on the Bid Form
By law, we collect combined New York State and local sales tax of 8% on all items delivered in New York unless the buyer provides a valid exemption certificate. A copy of NYS Resale Certificate ST-120 is available here (PDF: 13KB). We do not collect tax on items shipped to an out of state buyer by a qualified carrier. Charity auctions may also be exempt.
Did you know? Bob Connelly is a Personal Property Appraiser of antiques, collectibles, decorative arts, clocks & watches, and sports memorabilia. He appraises estates, residential contents, American furniture, paintings, prints, drawings, lithographs, photographs, ephemera, folk art, art glass, silver, ceramics & pottery, china, porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, American & European clocks, American watches, music boxes, costume jewelry, Disneyana, Hummels, Lladros, toys, toy trains, vintage firearms, military artifacts and more.