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Posted on: October 14, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City to hold on-site public auction

City of Clarksville Auction Flyer

The City of Clarksville will hold a public auction of 17 properties via Phillip Traylor Auctions at 1 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 18. The live, on-site auction will take place at William Beach Civic Hall, 350 Pageant Lane, Suite 201.

The 17 City-owned properties being auctioned range from home and vacant lot properties to open spaces and more. All buyers are required to sign an agreement with the City and pay a non-refundable fee of 10% of the total auction price at the close of the auction, with the balance being paid at closing.

A separate payment of 15%, or $200 minimum, must be paid by the buyer as the auctioneer's fee. Cash, money order, or bank cashier's check are the only accepted forms of payment, and the buyer must pay all closing costs within 60 days of auction close.

The City will sell all properties as-is with no title insurance provided to the buyer.  The property will be conveyed to the buyer by way of a Quit Claim Deed.

Failure to close within 60 days or if a buyer defaults will result in the City retaining the 10% deposit along with the right to resell the property.

Bidders are encouraged to research and inspect the properties before placing a bid. A list of properties, parcel identification numbers, and their starting bids are as follows:

Address                             Parcel ID                        Starting Bid

Jack Miller Blvd.                 019H D 02200 000     $1,500

1045 Harding Dr.                031H D 00801 000     $12,350

Lark Dr. - Buildable             032O E 00400 000          $2,600

Lark Dr. - Not buildable       032O E 00500 000          $3,850

222 Cave St.                       054E B 05000 000     $18,650

Parham Dr.                          055N B 01200 000          $10,200

903 Shearor St.                   055N D 04900 000          $9,000

Ford St.                               055N D 06100 000           $9,600

699 Ford St.                        066C D 00600 000           $7,800

600 9th St.                           066C E 00902 000       $5,400

Myrtle Dr.                             066E G 01900 000      $350

500 Elder St.                        066K G 01600 000           $15,000

1103 Crossland Ave.            066M A 02100 000           $15,000

724 Richardson St.              066M C 01100 000     $90,300

341 Hickory Heights            079C A 03400 000        $17,150

1238 Paradise Hill Rd.        079D D 01100 000            $16,000

Ashland City Rd.                 088G C 00101 000            $1,600

Interested buyers can enter parcel identification numbers into the Montgomery County Assessor of Property website for information on the property along with property lines at

Pictures of the properties can be found at

Interested buyers may also contact the Purchasing Department at 931-553-2477 for additional information.

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