A designer quality high-end estate sale will be held at 169 Stone Column Way from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Among the selections and costume and estate jewelry. This is a small neighborhood, and you are asked to park on one side of the street only. Towing will be enforced. Call 803-764-0552 or visit www.estatesaleguys.com for more information.
Anyone looking for military clothing and baby things won’t want to miss a yard sale at 108 Quail Field Rd. in West Columbia. Stop by between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Fifteen Forest Hills homes are having yard sales from 8 to 11 a.m. There promises to be a great selection of clothes and something for everyone.
Plan to stop by an indoor yard and bake sale at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church at 400 River Road from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m.
They’re cleaning out the closets at 501 Varsity Court in Eagle’s Nest. Stop by from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for summer and winter clothing and shoes.
Over twenty homes in the Woodlake subdivision are having yard sales from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Go one mile to the intersection of Clemson Rd. and Rhame Rd. in northeast Columbia. With many households participating, there promises to be a great selection.
For adult, children and baby clothing plan to visit Lake Carolina community wide yard sale beginning at 7 a.m. There will be over one hundred homes participating. Set your GPS for 100 Lake Carolina Blvd to begin.
More yard, garage and estate sales include:
- Two yard and garage sales in Cayce/West Columbia
- One yard sale in downtown Shandon
- Three yard and garage sales in Forest Acres
- Three yard and garage sales in Irmo/St. Andrews
- Two yard and garage sales in Lake Murray
- Two yard and garage sales in Lexington
- Four yard and garage sales and one warehouse sale in northeast Columbia
- One yard sale in southeast Columbia
Watch the video of Peter Walsh’s tips for conquering yard sales.
Columbia sales are most likely to be on Saturday and early morning is the best time to go before everything is picked over. Be sure to carry cash, preferably in small denominations. Most people cannot accept debit or credit cards, and many will not take personal checks. If you’re going with a friend, share the ride, since parking near sales is often limited. It’s always a good idea to bring your own large totes or shopping bags, since they are often not available.
The yard sale season has begun and will continue to be active through late summer and fall. Listings will continue to appear through the close of the South Carolina State Fair in October. Get out early for the best selection and enjoy the first weekend in May!
As always, maximize your style and minimize your spending~