Gadsden home to be auctioned

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By Sarrah Peters, News Editor

A beautiful Country Club home will be auctioned on September 27 at 6 p.m. Registration starts at 4 p.m.

The home is owned by Dr. Homer Spencer, a radiologist. Spencer will be hosting a “Farewell to the House” party during the auction. He has invited friends and neighbors to join in on the fun. The party will be catered by the Fish Market.

Located at 616 Dogwood Trail in Gadsden the property is a 2.7 acre private estate nestled on the mountain. The 7,200 square foot house boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

The rooms are large with amenities. The oversized gourmet kitchen features granite counter tops and an island with commercial-grade stainless steel appliances and two dishwashers. The family room is two stories. The master suite is located on the main level for convenience. The executive study, family room and master suite all have fireplaces, perfect for cozy fall nights inside.

Other features include a three car garage and a wetbar.

The beautiful house also features an in-ground pool with a pool house, perfect for entertaining during the warm summer months.

The location is both beautiful and convenient. The house is located within five miles of schools.

It is an absolute auction with no reserve,  meaning bidders will open the bidding.

To see more pictures of the estate, visit www.national-auction.com/auction/295485/exquisite-mountain-top-estate-absolute-auction.

For more information about the auction, call 800-503-0010.

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