Bill Heard Jr.'s $18 million mansion is in foreclosure and is set to be auctioned off.
Columbus Bank & Trust Co. is owed about $10 million on the Lake Oliver home, which has more than half an acre under its roof. The sale was set for Tuesday outside the Columbus Government Center.
Meanwhile, Wade Harrison of the Nature Conservancy said some land owned by Heard already was sold last week to the preservation group for about $6.5 million.
Heard's house and other assets got mixed inot the bankruptcy of Columbus-based Bill Heard Enterprises, which owned Chevrolet dealerships in numerous states.
The company filed for U.S. Bankruptcy Court Chapter 11 protection in September. Its assets are being liquidated.