Seasoned Life Transitions has made every effort to accurately describe and inspect items. All sales are final, as is, with no returns. We do accept cash or credit card. We are happy to answer questions about items of interest via email or call, but I cannot give out pricing on everything in the house. We can offer some assistance, but we do not have the manpower or equipment to move furniture or pack items for you. Come prepared with what you need to take your purchases home. Seasoned Life Transitions is not responsible for any accidents on or within the property. Please pack your patience, if there is a line. Due to the increase in COVID-19, we will be asking people to wear masks. We will also ask shoppers to be respectful of another's space and social distance. The neighborhood is on a quite, narrow street, so please be aware of parking and do not block mailboxes or block driveway entrance ways.
Our downsizing clients have lived in the home for 55 years, but now is time to reduce the responsibility and go smaller. The husband served in the US Navy during the Korean conflict and then became an electrical engineer for IBM. He also trained in aviation learning to fly small engine planes, gliders, jets, and helicopters. We have items for sale that reflect his life during all these events. His US Navy peacoat, his tools and awards from IBM, and all types of aviation books, flight maps, aircraft and instrument training manuals, some small die cast planes, books, and more.
Below is a list of some of the cool items for sale:
Mid-century modern Dillingham dining table with 8 chairs
Mid-century modern Dillingham buffet with china cabinet topper
Mid-century modern Duo- Bed sofa bed
IBM Family Tree chart, service pin, promotional items, and a full box of punch cards.
Two Karl Hoefle prints of Dallas skyline and SMU campus
Mid-century modern stereo cabinet with custom vintage Sony reel to reel recorder/player and Wolverine speakers with Rek-O-Kut turntable