Railroad Man’s Estate Sale

This coming Thursday July 5th 9am-4pm we invite you over to
1913 Hackamore Drive Roseville CA 95661.

Take note of the fantastic bedroom set of Broyhill Brasilia Bedroom furniture in nearly mint condition including a cool lamp to match!
This home is full of life, love and living as well as lots of artwork and art supplies. Men will come for the tools and stay for the junk outback. Ladies will love all the home decor and also enjoy digging through the rooms full of crafts and collectibles that this family is having us liquidate. We look forward to seeing you all and are appreciative this sale will have far easier parking than our last one by the zoo. Thanks to all of you who came to shop, the place is picked clean and ready to sell.
Keep an eye on multiple listings if you are interested in buying the house from last week.

Our sale this week will run Thursday July 5th from 9-4.
Fair pricing 9am-12noon.
Half price 12noon-2pm
$1 on most items 2pm-3pm
Boxlot pricing 3pm-4pm
Free and donation will go from driveway from 4pm-5pm Thursday.

The following bio was shared by the family.

This estate sale is in honor of my parents and I hope that you have the opportunity to visit and find a treasure or two. My father was a direct descendant of the first white settler in Lane County, Oregon, Elijah Bristow. Dad invested his lifetime supporting his family by working with the Southern Pacific/Union Pacific Railroads. My parents choose to spend their retirement years in Roseville, following years of living in railroad communities located in Oregon, California, Nevada and a few years in Arkansas and Louisiana working with the Cotton Belt.

My mother is an artist and she was a member of the Roseville and Sacramento Fine Arts Centers. You will find pieces of her work available in this sale including a variety of art tools. They built their home in the early 80’s and in the 90’s; added-on an addition to include an art studio, where mother taught classes with local students for many years. Dad enjoyed projects, he included a shop to the home at the same time, and many of his tools are available in this sale. My parents enjoyed life and spent much of their leisure time in the game room playing pool.

Mom and Dad were high school sweethearts. For all of us who were part of their lives we experienced the love, friendship, and dedication they had for each other. This sale represents the accumulation of their life together, which includes reflections of their passions such as fine furniture, collectables, traveling and pieces of history. The beautifully landscaped back yard belonged to their beloved Pugs.

Financial proceeds from this sale will go towards Caregiver Trainings for staff of All Season’s Residential Assisted Living, located in the Roseville area. Forms of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Please join me in supporting the work of Caregivers, who make it possible for our family members and friends to live out their days as comfortable as possible.

Lovingly penned by daughter Linda

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