Proctor Mansion sells at morning auctionAugust 06,2013
By Brent Curtis
The grand Proctor Mansion sold at auction this morning to a Virginia couple that entered a high bid of $437,500.
With a $40,000 additional expense for furnishings in the estate and a 10 percent fee for the company that conducted the auction, new owners Puneet and Christine Rikhy paid $525,525 for the historic home.
Bidding started at $200,000 with only three of the roughly half-dozen people who registered for the auction making bids on the property. Auctioneer Keith Davis said the closing date for the sale is Sept. 3.MORE IN This Just InHARTFORD - Authorities say two people on a 40-foot-tall railroad trestle in West Hartford, Vt. Full StoryPolice in Rutland are looking for three people accused of taking about $1,000 worth of winter... Full Story
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