Real Estate to be sold on-site & in person -Thursday May 11 at 2 PM
Furnishings to be Sold Online Only, Tuesday May 16, 10 AM
Via www.bssauction.com, Invaluable.com
Inspection for all
Tuesday May 2, 2023, 10AM – 1PM
Sunday May 7, 2023, 10AM – 1PM
Thursday, May 11, 2023, 12 Noon – 2PM
In the late 1800’s the new industrialism brought much wealth to the City of Philadelphia. 1430 North Broad Street was built in 1892 for $55,000 for Charles Ellis, a trolley car magnate. In 1952 it became the home of the International House/Peace Mission of Father Divine, now known as the Palace Mission Church. Located on a 10,000 square foot lot, street to street, the mansion consists of a 9,000 square foot multi floor brownstone. The property also includes a carriage house and an interior courtyard and garden. Historically recognized, it is one of the few remaining untouched mansions that once lined Broad Street in the late 1800’s. Impeccably appointed throughout, it has been maintained since built and its grander remains to this very day.
Lot Size: 10,000+ sq ft Frontage: 50 + sq ft Zoning: CMX4 OPA Account No. 772072800
Real Estate Taxes:$ 5,296.00+ Deposit: $25,000.00
REAL ESTATE TERMS: $25,000 Cash or Certified funds non-refundable deposit required at knockdown. Balance of 10% due within 7 days. Purchaser pays the entire transfer taxes. A 10% Buyer’s Premium to the auctioneer will be due at time of settlement within 60 days. Buyer is responsible for all settlement charges and fair market value transfer tax. Real Estate sells “AS IS” with no warranties or guarantees other than being free & clear of all liens & encumbrances. Sells subject to immediate confirmation.
BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED.
Furnishings: Sell online only- Meissen style Putti porcelain chandelier; Louis XV style marble top & gilt console table; 2 elaborately carved Jacobean library tables, fireside benches & arm chairs; Hardman mahogany baby grand piano; Oriental carpets; Louis XVI style carved & painted draw leaf DR & center tables; 6 Rococo carved DR chairs; 2 Louis XV style floral inlaid BR sets; Jacobean walnut carved BR set; Federal style settee, Q.A., Chippendale, Windsor & other wing, arm chairs & rockers; MCM maple dinette set, carved mahogany, leather & other sofas & ottomans; mahogany & maple BR sets, drum table, console, desks, pedestals & occasional tables, etc.; tea carts; DR chair sets & tables, gilt & other mirrors; 18 plush stack chairs; Deco slag glass & other floor & torchiere lamps; table lamps; graphics; gilt metal Putti mantel clock, large antique Chinese bronze dragon bowl; glass, china, silverware; housewares; quantity of clothing; small appliances; refrigerators; stove; file & storage cabinets, carts & dollies, quantity of scaffolding, ladders, fans, heaters, garden tools, patio furniture; lumber; unopened cement bags. Much More!
Terms for Contents: 22% Buyer’s Premium, CC, Stripe, PayPal, Cash. All purchases must be paid in full by 4 PM Friday, May 19th, 2023. Bid via www.bssauction.com, Invaluable.com
VIP Note: Pick up of purchases by appointment only, from the estate residence, 1430 Broad St, Phila, PA 19121, on Monday, May 22 & Tuesday, May 23rd, 10 AM to 3PM only. All items not removed during the scheduled hours will be deemed abandoned & forfeited by the purchaser. Purchaser is responsible for all shipping arrangements, packing materials and labor to remove items. Shippers are listed on invoices.
All information is subject to verification and no liability for errors or omissions is assumed by Barry S. Slosberg, Inc. Announcements made at auction supersede all printed material. All information contained in this brochure was derived from sources believed to be correct but is not guaranteed.
Barry S. Slosberg, Inc. Auctioneers/Appraisers AU001487-L
Office @ 3455 Edgemont St, Phila., PA 19134