Flite Acres sale starts Thursday 8am

2304 Flite Acres… Turn onto Flite Acres off FM3237 – go down 2.2 miles past the blue wine bottle tree and the home will be on your right.

Thursday 8am-3pm. ….Friday 8am-3pm…..Saturday is Half OFF Half Day (50% off) 8am-1pm

This home along with in contents are for sale. For home information go to: http://wimberleyhillcountryrealestate.com/Wimberley_TX_listings/03C08D5D-F251-CB65-76EC684B355F4FF8.shtml

Texas State professors have decided to downsize and are going to move from a 4200 sq ft to 1700 and are leaving the rest behind in this fantastic home.

Harry Potter Argus c3 brick camera

Van Briggle small vase

Rosette antique irons (waffle, etc.)

Signed Jerry Jones Cowboy pennant

Mid Century Modern furniture

  • Dining table with 2 hidden leaves purchased from Copenhagen Imports 1995.
  • 6 MCM TEAK dining chairs by Schionning & Elgaard (Denmark)
  • 6 Danish rope woven chairs
  • Pair matching TEAK MCM Verikon
  • Mirrors
  • Cane rocker

Brass Headboard

(2) Matching Futons –Symphony Nova Frames

Crate and Barrel Sofa couch – neutral color beige – very nice condition

Slate inlaid coffee table with matching end table

(2) Antique armoires

Mission style entertainment center

Oversized (wide) leather recliner

Whirlpool White matching Electric heavy duty super capacity plus Washer and gas dryer

Samsung Gas dryer – picture being posted later today

Queen size bed with Select Comfort Adjustable Firmness Air Sleep Mattress set- comes with 20 yr. warranty

Spode Fine China “Blanche de Chine” – picture being posted later today

Wade vintage match strikers

Trinket boxes by Limoges

Costume jewelry – 2 tables – new not seen before

Books – Diverse variety of children’s, Churchill, everyday reading, Sports Illustrated Swim suit magazines, years of Texas Monthly’s, Several books 1900-1930’s – First Edition of 1930’s “Barrel of Clams”  by Lesher, First Edition of “War and Peace” – 1949 Introduction by Maugham

Vintage “The Perfect Nutcracker” from Waco TX

Blue Wedgwood Jasperware – vase, creamer, ashtray

Pair Antique carved chairs

Square Acrylic glass top beveled edged coffee table

Wooden wine rack

Blue Ball Mason jars

Full kitchen including: Silver plate serving trays, coffee & tea set, Clarksville pottery , Pyrex, Wooden barstools

SWT items before it was renamed to Texas State

Garage of gadgets – Garage items:

  • Electric trimmer
  • River and pool floats
  • Sports equipment
  • 6amp Homelite pole saw
  • Schwinn Recumbent Exercise Machine
  • Walk fit NordicTrack
  • Sears Craftsman 20 OHV 42” mowing blade riding lawn mower
  • Poulan Gas Chain Saw model 2150
  • Husky power washer 1650 PSI

Variety of wrought iron and other patio furniture – pictures being posted later today

Wicker outdoor patio furniture set

Very retro wooden Phys-Ed chairs – maybe from SWT

Children’s toys (vintage Discover toy marble sets, Legos, games)

1950’s Lineman Spanking Bear toy

Kayanee Sew Master with box and instructions

1968 Charlie Brown toys – some in box

GI Joe’s in Box

1960 Kiddle Kones

Ginny Vogue dolls, travel case and clothes

Original artwork:

  • Watercolor “ Galerie Maeght”
  • “Daydreamer” 12/200 by Alfred Lee (Gallery in Houston)
  • Oil by Seege
  • C Warren Cullar watercolors (2) 129/500 and 234/500
  • J MacKenzie 1982 “Landscape I”
  • Print “Venice Facadetta” M Roberts
  • Signed print by Nurse Kellye – Kellye Wallett – nurse from Mash series
  • Artist Calle Cristo – possible Jackson Square New Orleans charcoal
  • Tom Ryan “Split Decision” 671/1000
  • Ansel Adams prints
  • Artist Annique from Austin

Cut Crystal handed down from grandparents

Ikea furniture

Antique Sewing rocker

Old sheet music

1800’s kitchen clock

Office book shelf

Metal filing cabinets

Antique tapestried rocker

1920’s baby rocker


  • Magnavox 13”·        Sanyo stereo cassette deck – model RDW489·        Pioneer VSX-49 Elite receiver ·        Pioneer subwoofer SW100

Scuba gear – Buoyancy compensator, regulator and wet suit










































































































































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