Half OFF Sunday... Item-Packed Estate Sale The Village
estate sale•4 day sale •sale is over
12:15pm to 5:30pm
10am to 4pm
10am to 5pm
1pm to 5pm
On-site armed guard protection
No large enclosed bags or boxes please
Cash and check payments
Not responsible for potential accidents
The entry/exit points will have controlled access
Please: make provision for caregivers ahead of time for your young children at home or another activity elsewhere (we base this upon previous experiences at sales and this is not arbitrarily requested)
Buyers are responsible for all of their own purchases' heavy lifting and transport, as is the custom with most estate sales and their customers; if other customers are nice enough to assist you, then they should receive tips!
All sales are final
Welcome again to a Bats in the Belfry sale where we make our patrons feel welcome.... --David Yawn
a full HALF OFF all tags at checkout station Sunday beginning at 1 p.m. This estate sale full of variety is located in a house that the owner has had in the family since 1959. We will be adding pictures over time. The estate has more furniture than smalls, though smalls will very much be part of the sale too. Sometime soon after the sale (early November), the house will be placed on the market as a direct-sale. The guest house contents in the back IS also become part of the estate sale. Included will be a great round pedestal table sometimes known as a walnut center table, a bird's eye maple fold down writing desk sometimes known as a bureau, queensized wooden bedframe, a large ornate oval gilded mirror, an electric assisted upholstered chair, an oval mahogany coffee table with claw feet, two upholstered sofas, plus size ladies clothes, classic bamboo furniture from the 1930s that match: a square card table and demilune side tables, a round coffee table; Carlsbad - Austrian handpainted china plates from the 1800s, multiple cooking and kitchenwares, aviation prints, including ones with biplanes, early memphis map and photographic memorabilia, vintage electric movie projectors, furniture smalls and side or occasion tables, ornate intricately handcarved table, wall art including aviation airplane and Memphis in nature, fifties vintage scallop shaped metal outdoor chair, Dresden porcelain covered sugar bowl, Albrecht Durer print facsimile, small stamp collection, Belgian Order of Leopold II military commander level neck medal, floor lamps, patio furniture, costume jewelry, European military visor cap, M. Chapot original abstract oil painting with whimsical musical scene, chests of drawers, wooden hand plane tools from the 1920s, a small pine chifferobe/armoire, a heavy strong cafe table with square white top, wrought iron furniture, upright Swiss painted ladder back chair, Clemson yearbook annuals, Luxurious and heavy Cobalt Tsubo vase by Suzanne Guttman or C. Ackholt (a catalog that described it and the work was attributed to Suzanne Guttman. I seem to see a signature of C. Ackholt 1987 on the bottom, though), marble top wash stand from the 1880s, antique cloisonne table lamp, pedestal style covered cake plate, Hobart mixer like new, an oval dining room table of smaller size in federal style, Texas-centric modern art, an electric fireplace like heater, a Heppelwhite side chair, and more. As to the house itself which will go for sale by owner, it is a 1,600 foot main home on a treed one-third acre lot on a hill in the desirable Village. It was built in 1945 and contains three bedrooms, two baths, a dining room, living room, and den/sunroom. The fact that it is an original unaltered Village home appeals to a section of the buying public. The guest house was designed by an architect and constructed in 1964. It has vaulted ceiling, English beams, window seat and multi-pane picture window, kitchen, dual closets, bathroom, herringbone brick floor throughout, long corktop bar, custom stone set fireplace and French doors on each side of the hearth leading to the outside. No asking price will be set on this property by the owner until more informational research is done on market pricing, including a scheduled formal appraisal.. Welcome! "We at Bats in the Belfry conduct SALES NOT MUSEUM TOURS."
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