Mexico Connect
Forums  > Business/Commercial > Mexico Only Business/Trade


simpsca

Jan 26, 2013, 4:36 PM

Post #1 of 4 (3957 views)

Shortcut

Gigantic Sale San Antonio Wed. Jan. 30 from 10am to ?

Can't Post | Private Reply
Gigantic sale Wed. Jan. 30th from 10am to - ? breaking up house keeping in San Antonio, 14A Calle Conejo - one block toward the lake from Sunrise Restaurant. Go down hill beside Sunrise to the first block and make a left on Calle Conejo - go to the end and make a right. In the middle of the block on the right is 14A. There will be signs out.

Partial list:

Green velvet wing back chair
Dark blue recliner chair
Large square coffee table in LR
Two matching end tables in LR
Small cabinet in bathroom
Computer desk (he wants his computer and Ill find someone to take it over to him)
Computer chair
4 or 5 book cases (all book cases are his)
Paintings
Exercise machine
Dresser tall in his bedroom
Wool rug
Set of dishes, cutlery, some pots and pans, glassware
Set of 3 chairs in dining area
Lighted cabinet in living room
Electric piano
Rug in LR and Bedroom
Large wooden file cabinet
Puzzles
Water bottle holder
Patio furniture + equipal chairs on porch
Cabinet on porch
Wood rocking chair in bedroom with cushions
A few plant pots I have to identify which
DVDs
Lots of books



simpsca

Jan 27, 2013, 6:44 AM

Post #2 of 4 (3925 views)

Shortcut

Re: [simpsca] Gigantic Sale San Antonio Wed. Jan. 30 from 10am to ?

Can't Post | Private Reply
Outdoor waterproof cabinet
Pots & pans
Tools


simpsca

Jan 27, 2013, 2:13 PM

Post #3 of 4 (3888 views)

Shortcut

Re: [simpsca] Gigantic Sale San Antonio Wed. Jan. 30 from 10am to ?

Can't Post | Private Reply
Also a took cabinet with drawers and doors - really nice condition
Coffee grinder
Toaster oven
Microwave


simpsca

Jan 29, 2013, 5:42 PM

Post #4 of 4 (3791 views)

Shortcut

Re: [simpsca] Gigantic Sale San Antonio Wed. Jan. 30 from 10am to ?

Can't Post | Private Reply
There is a brand new Kindle never used. A new blood sugar tester and BP monitor. There is a ton of stuff.

Over 5,000 books at $5p each.

Took 4 of us all day to price and sort everything, tons of stuff.
 
 
Search for (advanced search) Powered by Gossamer Forum v.1.2.4