RUMSON, N.J., July 13, 2021 — (The following is sponsored content) An 1800’s, Rumson, N.J., mansion that recently sold for over $3 million will be demolished, but before it is, a wide variety of stunning architectural antiques, high-end appliances and plumbing fixtures, landscaping, and garden statuary are being offered for sale and removal by buyers in a two-day event July 17 and 18 through Pre-Demolition Sales of suburban Philadelphia.

“We’re excited to handle this elegant property’s complete recycling – inside and out,” says Kevin Tobin, president of Pre-Demolition Sales. “The entire building is coming down, and as a result, literally everything is for sale. The scale and quality of the contents really have to be seen to be believed.”

Some of the items for sale at the property include:

  • Detailed fireplace mantels and surrounds
  • Ornate, paneled rooms with built-in cabinetry and coffered ceilings
  • Stunning balustrade and paneled walls surrounding a multi-level staircase
  • Numerous kitchen islands, wet bars, and bathroom vanities
  • Substantial chandeliers and light fixtures
  • French doors
  • Architectural windows
  • Six-foot tall antique, cast iron garden urn
  • Interior and exterior flagstone
  • Massive, double basin, antique, porcelain laundry sinks on metal legs
  • Antique, ornate, cast-iron radiators – one featuring a rare, built-in, double-door warming cabinet
  • Professional kitchen and laundry appliances
  • Elegant, custom plumbing fixtures

“We only have two days for this pre-demolition event, and buyers are encouraged to remove the materials themselves,” Tobin explains. “While there will be several individuals on-site who can be hired to help with removal, they tend to get very busy and we can’t guarantee their availability as we’re anticipating a lot of interest in this sale.”

The sale runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days, and potential buyers are encouraged to view the property’s numerous photos at www.predemolitionsales.com and to sign up for the email list while there. Tobin can also be reached by texting or calling him at 610-389-4994.

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