Sale hours are 10 to 4 on Saturday and prices are not negotiable but we do have a bid box and welcome your offers on items priced at more than $20. Please use street parking. Access to the driveway will be limited to merchandise pick-up only. Address will be added to the listing at 8PM on Friday.
A home nestled amongst ancient oaks in Orinda's Sleepy Hollow neighborhood is the setting for a gem of an estate sale this weekend. Highlights include a 1938 Walker Turner bandsaw that saw years of service in the Skippy peanut butter factory in Alameda and several pieces of late 19th century country furniture. The Asian arts are represented by a folding Chinese screen and a Meiji Dynasty cloisonne bowl. There's also quantities of vintage Christmas memorabilia, collectible tools, a Terri Lee doll, 2 drafting table arms, vintage and contemporary kitchenware, linens, vintage books, pots and potted plants and an assortment of furniture including beds (twin, queen and king) - not to mention the 1968 living room set the great grand-kids call "Grand-ma's no-no couch".
On Sunday, hours are 10 - 4 and all items priced at $20 or less are half price and everything else is open to offers. The house has to be emptied as house painters are arriving Monday morning.
PLEASE NOTE: Address is 35 Tappan Lane but it's also listed as 1 Hidden Lane - which is, in fact, virtually hidden as you drive up Tappan.