Bonnie Rose Estate Sales Marketplace Online
Bonnie is able to bring you an “Everyday Estate Sale” with the quality, diversity, and fair pricing you have come to expect from a Bonnie Rose Estate Sale without having to wait for an Extravaganza event! You will want to check the Market Place regularly as fresh items will now be added to the Market Place every week. We will also be sending out emails to announce as quantities of fresh items become available! Go to: Bonnie Rose Estate Sales Marketplace
More big news: Our building at 3697 Asheville Hwy., Mountain Home, will be open most Fridays to the public from 10 am to 3 pm!
What will you find when you come to the building?
* Market Place items are located at the building for pick up or purchase
* Estate Sale items fresh every week as we bring in new estates
Both the Market Place and the sales floor will encompass Furniture, Art, Jewelry, Decorative Items, Collectibles, Books, Jammed Jars, Primitives, Advertising, Paper Ephemera, Silver, and more!
In addition, we are having a
Grand OpeningSale to highlight Market Place items and loads more merchandise that we have been unpacking all summer. The opening will be this Friday, August 25th, from 10 am – 5 pm! All Market Place and sales floor items will be available for viewing, purchasing, or picking up! The building is so full, more treasures will be overflowing under our tents in the parking lot where Sue & David will be opening more boxes all morning!
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