WENTZVILLE, MO (KMOX)- The once opulent lives of former US Fidelis owners Darain and Cory Atkinson continue to be put on display, as more of their assets are sold to pay off the company’s creditors.
Now on the market, Cory’s 15,00 square foot home on Atkinson Way in Wentzville, which Creditors’ Committee Attorney David Warfield says is a bargain at $3.6 million.
The home is listed as a six bed, 11 bath home. Warfield says, “It includes some wonderful accoutrements like a home theater system, beautiful swimming pool, outdoor deck area, outdoor sports court area.” In fact, Warfield says the home theater includes 72 speakers, rubber sound-absorbing walls and automatically dimming lights.
You can see the home HERE.
If you can’t afford that, you will have a chance to buy many of their ‘toys’ at a public auction next month, “Both of the Atkinson brothers had a lot of cars, go-carts, ATV’s, boats and the like that have been surrendered back to the bankruptcy estate.”
Warfield says those items, and many US Fidelis assets, will be auctioned off on March 16, April 2 and April 3 at the former US Fidelis headquarters, at the old Belz Outlet Mall in Wentzville.
Warfield say that so far they’ve collected over $21 million dollars for the creditors, with several other large ticket items still to go.
In addition the Atkinson Way home, there’s a quarter-million dollar home at Lake St. Louis, a smaller home in Wentzville and a $4.3 million, 6 thousand square foot, beach-front home in on Grand Cayman.
Warfield says they hope to have all the assets sold by mid-year, and begin distrusting funds to creditors by the end of the year.
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