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1880s French Acadian Plantation with 4 Full Barns

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Opelousas, LA 70570 will be available after
    9:00 AM
    on Wednesday, May 10th, 2017.
Thu
May 11
10am to 3pm
2017
Fri
May 12
10am to 4pm
2017
Sat
May 13
10am to 3pm
2017

Cheryl Cockrell Estate Sales LLC


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I will accept cash, in town checks and credit card purchases over 100 dollars.. You must be prepared to pack and move your purchases. We will be unable to move it for you.
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This French Acadian cotton plantation was built in the 1880's and was won in a card game during the 1890's by Theogene Bertrand and has been called these last 120 plus years the "Betrand Plantation".

This estate has been minimally updated and features all of the original outbuildings including the dry good store, the two barns, the chicken coop, potato shed, newer chicken coop, the dairy barn and the black smith shop that sat on this beautiful property back when it was built in the 1880's.  The upstairs of the house has never been updated at all except to add electricity in the 1940's and features the original cypress planks and ladder to get upstairs where the young men slept. 

The estate features many of the original farm equipment that has been on this property for many years.

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1947 and 1953 Farm All  crank tractors (but can be started with batteries) and includes all of the farm implements that go with each tractor

Farming antiques--

crocks, chicken roosts, iron wagon wheels, early buckets, troughs, harnesses, hay racks, hay rakes, and farm hand tools, animal pens, and fine OLD wood from many of the building will be available to purchase. PLUS the cypress wood from the 1880's  dairy barn is available for purchase.

We have many of the original shutters, doors, and cypress pickets available for purchase

 

House antiques and modern housewares include

Rattan patio furniture

church pews

zinc lined 1850's LARGE sink that's in the form of a table

early framed prints

chandelier original to the house

a BRAND NEW leather sofa and matching leather chairs

Almost brand new king bedroom set

tables filled with vintage costume jewelry

Antique bed and armoire

50 plus vintage cookie jar collection

antique sofas, armoires, dry sinks, wash stands and wash stand bowls

cast iron cookware and some Magnelite

historical memorabilia from the Opelousas area including items original to the plantation--

Share croppers tools original to this plantation-

 

NOTE --We are still in the discovery phase but the attics and hay lofts of this plantation have been left untouched and we are discovering memorabilia from a 19th century St. Landry way of life daily.

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