Combined Estate Sale in Corvallis!!

This single story home is full of fun finds around every corner!

Dates/Times:
Friday, March 22nd 8am-2pm
Saturday, March 23rd 9am-1pm
** Saturday is discount day! Everything $45 and under is half off and other items are discounted!
** Please note the shortened hours on Saturday

Location:
2822 Sherwood Pl
Corvallis OR 97330
** This street is located off Conifer

Parking:
There will be plenty of street parking. Please ensure you do not block driveways of the neighboring homes.

The Goods:
Outside and in the garage, you will find a Toro Recycler 22″ lawnmower, a set of golf clubs, EGo 56v blower, fertilizer spreader, garden tools, Maytag washer and dryer, ladders, chemicals, and patio furniture along with a Mantis tiller and an Interview 6.75 mower.

Step into the den where you will find a darling children’s table and chair set, electronic equipment including RCA VCR, multiple small accent tables and two octagonal coffee tables,  maroon leather recliner, brown leather sofa, tables full of Christmas and pictures, to vintage sleds and wooden chairs. Walls are lined with art that vary from nature watercolors to religious art. There is a small pair of rolling television tables, an array of CDs, and a table of sporting goods, candles and knick knacks.

To the left of the den is a garage moved inside, where you will find bins of tools, power tools including a Craftsman buffer polisher system, an assortment of varied size tool boxes including a half size Husky, sets of sockets and drills, drawers of hardware, as well as framing and matting supplies for the artist. There are also bins of sheet music, a small assortment of Coleman coolers and lunch boxes, 2 sturdy desks, a collapsible typewriter table, and picnic baskets.

Step out of the small tool room into the office just to your left where you will find a large wooden desk, a oak tone file cabinet, vintage desk lamp and accessories, a Sharp adding machine, a Crosley record player, a comfy overstuffed leather chair, swag lamp, a Brother typewriter, an LG hard drive, miscellaneous electronics and accessories, and a two walls lined with laden bookshelves. Books include popular fiction, art books, books on religion, and cookbooks.

Step up into the kitchen, where you will find sets of delicate sherbet glasses, colored stemware, branded whiskey glasses, and a red and black Spanish tea set. There is a green and white set of vintage Corelle, sinks full of muffin tins cookie sheets and cutting boards, a full set with accessories of Cotillion china. There is colored Pyrex, casserole dishes, silver rimmed iced tea set, vintage iced tea pitchers, a large selection of glass jars, miscellaneous Crystal and colored glass, sterling silver salt and pepper shakers, a punch set Kama collection of trivets, pots and pans, baking dishes, serving platters, and small appliances. Appliances include Nesco dehydrator, Presto poplite, Hitachi bread maker, Black & Decker coffee maker, Cuisinart toaster oven, and more. As usual, we have bins of fun, as well as a large selection of kitchen linens. There is a wrought iron pedestal, with a large marble slab to be used as a top. In the small wooden hutch, is a collection of teacups, creamers, and ginger jars. There are six wooden dining chairs that can be used with any table.

In the living room to your right, you will find a matching microfiber sofa and loveseat, as well as a comfy brown velour sofa. There is an oversized wooden chest serving as a coffee table, and another narrow marble top coffee table. on one of the corner tables you will find a half size harp, and a stone gargoyle. Art in this room includes vintage tapestries and watercolors, as well as original paintings. There is a large breast samovar with matching tray, as well as other brass accent pieces and bronze figures on marble pedestals. There is a prestige acoustic guitar, an assortment of decorative throw pillows, and a selection of knickknacks that includes carved black wood figures, Inuit pottery, and colored glassware. There are two vintage armchairs with rattan side accents and damask upholstery.

In the first bedroom on the right you will find a small wooden dresser, a queen-size floral mattress, and bin,  boxes tables and closet stuffed with women’s clothing, size small and medium. Much of this clothing still has original tags on it. There are brands from forever 21 to Liz Claiborne and vintage. There is an assortment of jeans from Levi’s to Paris Blues. Dozens of pairs of shoes size 6 to 7.5 including brands such as Carlos Santana, Rampage, and Cole Haan.

In the back left bedroom, you will find an assortment of men’s and women’s jackets with brands including Columbia and LL Bean. There are bins of sweaters, men’s pants, and t-shirts. Bed linens and decorative pillows cover the full size oak frame bed set. There are two dark matching dressers, and a small oak students desk next to a damask upholstered chair. There are more bins stuffed with belts, scarves, and women’s lingerie as well as an assortment of costume jewelry, a small quilt rack and vintage quilts. There is a red velvet arm chair and a small rolling table along with a collapsible sewing table.

The back right bedroom holds craft and toys. There are two Singer sewing machines, a vintage in cabinet and an in cabinet Singer Auto Reel. There is more women’s clothing in the closet here sizes small to large and a few men’s items including flannel shirts size large. There are vintage hats and fur collars and garment bags. There is a white framed full size bed, sewing notions including singer accessories, buttons, trim, and fabric. Toys include stuff dolls, a collection of children’s books, puzzles, games, and wooden blocks. There is a curved front highboy, a wooden sewing chair, wicker baskets, and a collection of yarn. Hanging on the door you will find Mandalay evening gowns, and a therapy velour and faux fur jacket.

** We are still setting up so look at the pictures to find what we didn’t list 🙂
**Photos will be up on Craigslist on Thursday, please search “QBO”.

Sincerely,

Kristin and all the Busy B’s
Queen B Organizing
541-231-6964

Look for our upcoming sales!
April 6th & 7th – North Albany

New year, New you!  Did you know Queen B Organizing loves to help clear the clutter from your closets, attics and store rooms? Don’t let the rain get you down, lets organize and have some fun while we do it!  SPECIAL: Book by March 1st and receive $25/hour OFF an organizing session (Minimum hours and Location Radius may apply). Give us a call for more details! 541-231-6964

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H5E9YjeDa0

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