It was a full house at the Westphalia Township Hall on Thursday, February 28th. Bidders, neighbors and perspective buyers filled the room as later that night 200 acres, a home and outbuildings would soon have a new owner!
This property was broken up into 4 parcels, with the option to buy all parcels, or have them broken up into different buyers.
A pre-auction appraisal that was done prior to the auction said that this property was worth $1.3 million dollars, but only the end of the auction would tell what bidders were willing to pay.
After an hour of bid calling, and discussions between bidders the final bid call was placed, and the gavel was hit for the final time for the evening. Three high bidders were beyond thrilled that they now owned this property once owned by Donald W. Theis.
Thanks to our auction and marketing team, the night ended with a total of $1.605 million in bids, plus a 3% buyers premium.
At the end of the night smiles filled the room by all, including the seller and the new owners of this beautiful property!