Cottage Grove Sale

estate sale2 day sale sale is over
  • Address The address for this sale in Cottage Grove, MN 55016 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
May 21
10am to 4pm
May 22
10am to 4pm


Cash and checks. Please bring help for larger items. Mask required. Note: there is no running water or electricity in the house. Bring your flashlight.

Sale is at an historic farm that has been in the same family for over 80 years. Items for sale include some good antiques including:

  • Impressive mahogany hall tree (removed from sale by family)
  • Sheraton style sideboard
  • Early Victorian mahogany secretary
  • Small Eastlake desk
  • Empire mahogany cabinet
  • Small tea table c. 1910
  • Wicker chairs
  • Antique tin spice dispensers
  • Antique painted screen
  • Large antique cast iron bell
  • Vintage china and kitchen items
  • Wall art
  • Antique dresses
  • Antique carved mahogany bed
  • 2 vintage saddles
  • Large hand painted Santa and reindeer on wood
  • Antique treadle sewing machine

There is also an assortment of household goods collected over the years. In addition to the house there are two out-buildings which diggers are welcome to explore. Charming though the house is, there is no electricity or running water. Recommended to bring a flashlight.

Sale PictureSheraton style sideboard c. 1900Victorian chairEastlake deskClassic 1940's chest of drawersBar Harbor wicker chairVintage wicker rockerVintage painted chairVintage child's wishing wellAntique cribVictorian rocking chairVintage blanket chestRemoved from sale by familyRemoved from saleRemoved from saleChild's victrolaVintage saddleVintage hand painted SantaVictorian mahogany bedVintage kitchen itemsMore kitchenTreadle sewing machineCast iron bellPainted screenRemoved from saleTin spice dispenser on library table. Victorian screen in background is not for sale.Tin store tea dispenserSmall rugPeriod side chairAntique fireplace fenderEarly needlepoint stoolVintage doll buggyTea tablePainted wooden chargerOil by Edith Watkins

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