The most valuable home in the history of the Rock Islands is now up for sale.
The Rock Island Association of Realtors sold its historic home to the heirs of its first owner, a man who owned it from 1915 until his death in 1966.
According to the Association, the home had an estimated value of $11 million.
The home was the site of a local business that was owned by William R. Allen and William L. Allen, who had two children.
The Association says that the property was built in 1874 and had three bedrooms, four baths, two swimming pools, two tennis courts, and a stone courtyard with a pavilion.
It was purchased by the Allen family from the local government in 1945.
The Allen family purchased the home in 1954 and sold it to the Rock Islanders in 1968.
In the 1980s, the Allen brothers bought the house for $15 million and renovated it into a hotel, where it remains today.
In 1997, the estate was bought by the Rock Isles Association of Sales.
The sale will be held in the historic Rock Island Cemetery from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at the Rock Isle Cemetery in Rock Island, Ill.
This is the only auction held at the cemetery.
The auction will be attended by the association’s board of directors, as well as a select group of potential bidders.
According to the auction listing, the first sale will take place at 4 p.d. at the New York State Historical Society, and the second sale will go on at 6 p.p.m.(Source: The Associated Press)