These retail for $110 each, but I got them at a yard sale for $40 each. Of course, then I realized they were the wrong height for my kitchen counter.
Anyway, I'm asking $40 each/$80 for the pair or best offer. They have a couple scratches but are otherwise in excellent condition.
I have it disassembled. It's pretty sturdy once put together.
It measures 63 inches high x 36 inches wide x 20 inches deep.
This is the product description at the Container Store. Yours for $20.
This baker's rack is super useful for Somerville apartments (which we all know can sorely lack shelf and storage space.) It's also really sturdy. 14.25"D x 35.5"W x 62.5"H
This cart has been awesome in my kitchen but I could also see it being really handy in a bathroom. One of the doors has come off, but you don't really need it - and I'll give it to you in case you'd like to put it back on. 14.75"D x 21"W x 32.25"H
This is a great, sturdy stepstool/stepladder. When you need to reach stuff, this is so helpful to have around, and it folds up nicely.
I'm looking for a good home* for this full-length bookcase. I think it's IKEA, but I can't seem to find it on their site. Anyways, it was given to me for free and I'm selling it for the same price. If you can haul it, it's yours!
Bookcase is 6'3.5" x 2'9.5" x ~1'0.5".
My apartment building is up the hill from the Somerville Ave car wash, near Summer St. Be prepared to haul it up a half-flight of stairs and then down a quarter-flight.
DM me if interested.
*For a bookcase, my only criterion for a "good home" is one in which it won't be chopped up for firewood and used in a ritual to summon a demon to destroy the universe, bring untold pain and suffering, something along those lines.
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I'm moving soon and I won't need my air conditioners in my new apartment. Would you like one or both of them? Pick up is right in Davis Square (corner of Day & Orchard) so it's super easy.
Photos are here (one has a remote control!):
It would be a good fit for someone who can do their own repairs.
The car is a 2004 Ford Focus with 149K miles, automatic transmission, power package, antilock brakes. I'm the second owner and I've had it since early 2007. It was surprisingly excellent in last winter's snow and in the snowstorms we had this winter.
In good condition, the car is worth less than $2000.
Condition issues: When I got it detailed in hopeful preparation for handoff, I also got an estimate of immediate repairs needed. It needs all new mounts (engine, transmission) and they estimated parts and labor at more than $500. It probably also needs new windshield wipers. It has some rust and dents, as you'd expect. I've been living with not being able to control the back windows from the front seat for a while. There are some wiper motor issues - it does intermittent and steady well, but has to be turned off in the down position or it stays up. Someone who likes to tinker could fix both of those.
Contact me if you'd like to test drive it... we live in Medford but it's trivial to bring the car to Somerville.
The T Station booths are arranged by the Girl Scout council. Very often, the troops selling in Davis Sq are not from the area, but on Friday, Feb 12th, you can buy cookies from genuine Somerville Scouts! $5/box. Thin Mints are better than roses on Valentine's Day!
[Edit: new item added] Advanced Mastermind: http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/tag/
Vintage Backgammon set: http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/tag/
Various cables, laptop lock, touchpad mouse: http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/ele/
Photo albums and picture frames: http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/hsh/
These 3 links have all of the details and photos. They list prices, but I'll gladly give things away for free if I know they'll be used.
I'm suffering from some buyer's remorse... I grabbed a ticket for the Salman Rushdie talk hosted by the Harvard Bookstore (Mon, Sept 21, 7 pm at First Parish), but my would-be plus-one fell through, so I'm looking to get rid of my ticket. I paid $31.32, which includes a ticket to the talk, a copy of his newest book, and the opportunity to get it signed. Looking to sell it!
(Posting for my friend Briana. It's this Saturday—tomorrow—and y'all should come.)
I want to welcome all of you to the estate sale I'm having on Saturday August 8th, 2015 from 10am-4pm, in the backyard of 9 Quincy Street Medford, MA.
My grandmother was a museum director and a very cool lady (read more). Her taste was sophisticated and splashy, and there will be many cool pieces for sale.
She had extensive collections of art and rare books, and I'll be selling some of these items separately from the estate sale. If you're interested in learning more about them, contact me at email@example.com.
I hope you'll spread the word, and I hope to see you August 8th!
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I'm also selling a bunch of books, including some linguistics textbooks. You can see those here: