Fair Haven officials expect to hold a final debate and vote next Monday on whether to float a bond to buy and raze one of the oldest homes in town to create a riverfront park.
Meantime, on Saturday, the owners of the house built by free black man Charles Williams in 1855 are planning to sell its contents at what promises to be an unusual yard sale, redbankgreen has learned.
Sue McLaughin, the broker who’s handling the expected $1.2 million property sale to the borough, sent us this in an email today:
Estate Sale this Saturday at 78 DeNormandie Avenue in Fair Haven (Turn at Java Stop and be careful as you drive down DeNormandie.)
Selling 156 years of family treasures including:
Large antique wardrobes, handsome biblioteque’ and other furniture,
Kitchen ware: glassware, pressed glass, dishes, old cooking tins and molds, soup tureen, old framed pictures & prints, books, tools and a red canoe.
Just Saturday, starting at 11am. Early birds will not be seen!
Great Prices – No charge for the view.