Category: massachusetts

Historical Society Yard Sale & Harvest Fair

The annual Hanson, Massachusetts Historical Society Yard Sale and Harvest Fair on Saturday September 19th from 9:00AM to 4PM, Rain Date is Sunday September 20th. Location is the Historic Little Old School House #4 grounds on Main Street (Rte 27) in Hanson. All proceeds benefit the Hanson Historical Society. We are packed to the rafters with the generous donations of area residents, and this years sale promises to be the best ever, and donations are still flowing in on a daily basis. House hold items, collectibles of all types, antiques, crank phonographs, records, toys, games, childrens items, Books, glassware, far too many items to mention here. Lunch will be available as well as tours of the Museum and Historic Buildings,
Vendor Table space is still available at a very reasonable price.
Call John or Pattie at 781-294-8645 to reserve now.
So Join us for the sale, food, and fun right here just off one of the
Main Rtes. (27) Main Street, in the geographic center
of beautiful and historic Plymouth County.
See you there!!

VintageChicResale “1778 Walkey Estate” Tour

Way back in 2001 I was on the prowl for a “New Home”. I was living in a gorgeous old victorian home in Brockton, but just didn’t feel like I was “home”. One night, very late at night and lost coming home from the cape looking at houses, I was driving down this street & my headlights hit this for sale sign and this very interesting looking cape home. I stopped, backed up & investigated the property from the light of my car headlights and thought, I have to check this out when I get home. I wrote down the real estate office phone number and because I am myself a realestate broker, I went online and immediately found the house! To my dismay, it was out of my price range. I decided something was drawing me to this house so I made an appointment to look at it. I figured this house is calling me because it was in a town I didn’t have on my list and I was lost and just happen to stumble upon it. To make a long story very short, I fell in love with all the faults of the house and now live here. Everyone thought I was crazy to want to move from my big beautiful victorian to this small 1778 fixer upper. It desperatley needed a new roof and both bathrooms needed to be redone. There were not toilets, or kitchen sink or appliances, etc. But I felt so cozy and comfortable here, it felt like this was where I was meant to be. Moving day was the most crazy day I have had in a long time! My daughter was in the hospital in labor having my 2nd granddaughter! Between one of the runs, I was called to the hospital for the delivery. On top of that, the house we were moving from wasn’t a definate closing until the very last minute and so because it was the week of Christmas & the uncertainty of the move, I hadn’t finished packing! Then after being in this huge house for more than 7 years you forget how much stuff you actually have! It took us a week and a half to get everything out of the old house and into the new house. Most of the stuff didnt fit in the 1778 doorways so it got put in the barn and the garages until we could either get rid of it or figure out how to squeeze them into to the house! The end of this month will be my 6th year here and I couldnt be happier! I love my house and I love the neighborhood and my neighbors. I dont think I could have found a better place to move to!
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