|KANE MANOR AUCTION: Real Estate, Antiques, Paintings, Furniture, Historical & Military Artifacts|
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Kane Manor Auction
230 Clay Street, Kane, Pennsylvania
Saturday, September 27, 2003
Previews: Sunday, September 21, noon-3:00 p.m.
Friday, September 26, 2:00-7:00 p.m.
Saturday, September 27, 9:00-10:00 a.m.
Antiques, Paintings, Prints, Furniture, Historical & Military Artifacts, Real Estate, Bed & Breakfast Inn
Robert J. Connelly, Auctioneer - PA Auctioneer's License AU-002261-E
Real Estate Selling at 11:00 a.m.
Anoatok, Eskimo for "the wind loved spot," is a Georgian Colonial Revival, built in 1896-97 to replace the original home destroyed by fire. Remarkably most of the family belongings were saved from the fire. Anoatok was designed by Cope & Stewardson of Philadelphia, noted architects of buildings at Bryn Mawr College, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University and Washington University in Missouri. Anoatok, or the Kane Manor as it is more commonly know, is the Kane family homestead and is on the National Registry of Historic Places. Contact us for a copy of the detailed information about this property and its history from the National Trust.
Kane Manor is located just minutes away from the Allegheny National Forest with fly fishing, hunting, hiking, canoeing, etc. The property remained in the Kane family until it was sold to the present owners in 1983. Since the mid 1930s it has been a wayside inn with 10 units, 6 private bathrooms, a full size commercial kitchen and taproom serving meals and legal beverages.
The property consists of 10 acres of land and will be sold with the contemporary furnishings, liquor license and all kitchen equipment. The home and grounds are in excellent condition. The bed and breakfast inn is a turn-key operation. The inn maintains a marketing website. The property will be offered both as a single unit and as three separate lots, on one of which the house will be situated and the other two will be available for development. The property will be sold by whichever method yields the highest total price. Opening bid is $250,000 with the owners reserving the right to one bid.
For parties interested in purchasing the real estate, with pre-registration, overnight guests at the Kane Manor will be offered an extensive free tour of the house by Manor staff. Contact us by phone (607-722-9593), fax (607-722-1266) or email to receive a Fact Sheet with terms of sale, plot map and details about the real estate.
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