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Woodcreek Online Estate Auction

  • Online Only Auction

  • Online Auction in College Station, TX 77845

Bidding Starts

Jul 09

Bidding Ends

Jul 16

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Bidding opens: Sunday, July 9. Bidding Ends: Sunday, July 16. Winning bidders must pay for all items via PayPal by 12pm Monday, 7/17. No account is necessary. Pick-up will take place on Tuesday, 7/18, in College Station, TX. Location of pickup will be provided to all winning bidders. Shipping is available through our local UPS store at winning bidder's cost. Please bring vehicle, tools, packing materials and help to lift, load and carry away your items. Caring Transitions cannot help load your items due to liability concerns.
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Welcome to our Woodcreek Online Estate Auction!  This beautiful home in College Station,Texas features a Toyota Avalon, beautiful grandfather clock, high quality vintage furniture, kitchen goods, office furniture, tools, outdoor/patio items and much, much more!    

This auction will go live Sunday, July 9 and will run through Sunday, July 16, beginning at 7:30pm. When available, you can access this online auction at Woodcreek Online Estate Auction page

Here is a partial list of items (Items and pics will be added through Sunday, 7/9):

  • 2005 Toyota Avalon
  • Vintage maple bedroom suit
  • Emperor Clock Company Grandfather clock
  • Adjustable king bed
  • Vintage glass/wood dining set
  • Oriential rugs of different sizes and shapes
  • Reclining armchair
  • Sewing cabinet with machine
  • Vintage Sprague and Carlton side table
  • Broyhill Premier couch
  • Sleeper sofa
  • Wood entertainment armoire
  • Wood beveled mirrors
  • BarcaLounger Recliner
  • La-z-boy Recliner
  • Susan Winget kitchen items
  • Windberg prints - signed and numbers
  • Small kitchen appliances
  • Kitchen goods - Susan Winget, FireKing, Anchor Hocking, Pampered Chef, assorted gadgets, Corning, Pyrex
  • VintageAntique holiday cards
  • Wedgewood and Franciscan china
  • Paul Revere flatware
  • Silverplated and glass serving
  • Bronze sculptures
  • Fine jewelry including men's and women's wrist watches by Geneva, diamond stud earrings, opal gemstones and golden nugget tie tack. 
  • Color video discs
  • Leather coat
  • Wooden eagles and other collectibles
  • Pewter Star Wars
  • Patio furniture, lawn and garden decor, birdbaths and more
  • Golf clubs and bags
  • Power tools by Dremel, Craftsman & other name brands, hand tools, gas trimmer, metal storage shelving, chainsaw
  • Huge project lot including vintage and antique beds, lamps and other items
  • Camping and fishing
  • Retro/Vintage collectibles including Disney and Barbie as well as several other great finds
  • Sabino glass
  • Texas A&M items
  • And so very much more

When available, you can access this online auction at Woodcreek Online Estate Auction page.


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