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Estate Sales, Shopping Your Way Through The Hill Country

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Spring has sprung and the Hill Country is gearing up for some awesome Estate Sales. Catherine Kelly, the founder of Texas Treasure Estate Sales, says, “I’ve been conducting estate sales for many years, and the amazing finds in towns throughout the Hill Country never cease to surprise and amaze me. The hunting adventure and the thrill of the find are what attracts teens through seniors year after year.”

Planning a day trip or a weekend excursion is just a click away at EstateSales.Net. There you will find a list with pictures of current and upcoming sales, easily found by zip code or town. Be sure to hit an ATM machine, not all sales take credit cards, check your list, and start out early. The ‘good stuff’ goes on day one, but the “best deals” happen on day three.

Here are a few things to keep an eye out for – along with what to shy away from.


Estate Sale Furniture - Ford Bench

Photo: Karen Fields Musters

Texas furniture – tables of all kinds, bedroom sets, and outdoor living furniture are excellent buys.

Vintage furniture – cabinets, wardrobes, and sideboards go for half the price of antique stores.

Shy away from upholstered furniture – bed bugs or fleas? Just saying. And appliances, well they’re like that box of chocolates…you never know what you’re going to get. Remember, there is no such thing as a “money back guarantee” when estate shopping, so make your own decision.

Dishes, Silverware, and Linens

Estate Sale - Silverware
Photo: Karen Fields Musters

Tableware – dishes, glassware, and china, whether you’re looking to replace a broken piece or add a few place settings, exist in abundance and are generally a steal.

Silverware – sterling silver or flatware, ornate or plain, by the piece or in sets, can be bought for a fraction of the price in retail stores.

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