The Contents of the Charles E. Hoy Cash Grocery Store
Which was opened in the late 1800’s and closed in 1958
and has been locked since that date.
456 Shakespeare Ave., Milton, PA
DIRECTIONS: From Lewisburg take Route 15 north. At West Milton traffic light turn right onto PA 642 and continue across the river on Rt 642. Proceed to and bear right onto Shakespeare Avenue. Proceed to the auction on the right.
REAL ESTATE (12:00pm)
Property Sells with a minimum bid of $12,000.00
Located on the Property is a 2 Story, 4 Bedroom Home with Large Living Room, a Parlor separated by Pocket Door, a Kitchen retaining its Natural Wood Trim complete with a Dumb Waiter, and a 2nd Floor Bath. The Home retains the Original Wood Trim & Doors. The Home has a Store Front Room which served as Hoy’s Cash Grocery until 1958. Step back in time when you see this property in original condition. Property needs TLC. Great starter home or investment. Contact Auctioneers for showing. Property sells with a $12,000.00 reserve.
Terms: NO BUYERS PREMIUM. $2,500.00 down, balance in 45 days.
Attorney: Baldwin & Baldwin 570-742-8508
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Detroit Auto Scales; Early Oak Store Displays to include: Moore’s Fine Baked Goods; Shelving & Counters; Original Atlantic Rayolight Kero Dispenser/Pump; Early Texaco Oil Can; 3 Pc. Tall Oak Bedroom Suite; Oak Rockers; Oak Side Board; Oak Table & Chairs; Gilded Wall Mirror; Sheraton Chest; Rectangle Mirror w/Brass Hooks; Bent Back Chairs; Kalamazoo Cook Stove; Brunswick Phonograph; Lots of Vintages Clothes & Shoes; Dovetailed Blanket Chest, Original Blue; Ironstone Teapot; Tie Rack w/Mirror; Iron & Brass Bed; Buttons; Thread & Fancy Clothes Decorations; Trunks; Rug Runners; Cast Base Desk Lamp; Flue Covers; Cast Griddle; New Old Stock Shoe Laces; Early Kitchen Beater; Crocks & Bowls; Kero Lamps; German Christmas Decorations; Pin Cushion; Brown/White Custards Dishes; New Home Sewing Machine; Lots of Local Calendars & Ads; Rug Beaters; New Old Stock Cloths Pins & Other Items; Razor Strops; Medlar Biscuit Box; Shamokin Biscuit Box; Bear Brand Hosiery Boxes & Many Others; Slaw Board; Leather Shoe Soles; Tins; Early Playing Cards; Lots of Fantastic Ladies Hats; Match Safe; Movie Posters from the 1930’s to include: Gable & Harlo; Posters for Bathing Beauty Contest; Lycoming Fair Posters; Wooden Ironing Board; MI Ammo Box; Star Naptha Wash Powder & Lots of Other Wood Ad Boxes; #155 Daisy BB Gun; Print George Washington Triumphant Entry into NY; and More…
NOTE: The Store was closed in 1958. The House Portion was last occupied in the 1980’s.
The place has been boarded up since. Guaranteed to be many surprises!