Raleigh's First Bed & Breakfast to Auction Historic Antique Collection
Jun 17, 2015, 08:16 ET
HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., June 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Oakwood Inn, Raleigh's first bed and breakfast, has closed its doors after years of welcoming travelers with its unique historic charm.
Originally constructed in 1871, the Oakwood Inn is recognized by The United States Department of the Interior and is included on their National Register of Historic Places.
For 31 years, the Oakwood Inn has been sought-out by leisure and business travelers, hoping to stay in one of their six Victorian-era furnished guest rooms. While the original Innkeepers plan to remain in the home, the antiques and furnishings that adorned the Inn are currently being offered in a public online-only auction.
Leland Little, President and Auctioneer, explains, "This Single-Owner Oakwood Inn Antique Collection will be offered in an Online-Only Auction, allowing previous guests of the Inn, local collectors, international travelers, and others wanting to own a piece of this historic home a unique and convenient opportunity to do so."
The auction will be held online at LelandLittle.com, with bidding open June 17 - June 24. A Public Preview will be held Thursday, June 18 from 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Visit the company's website for additional details, including Pick-up Times, and terms and conditions of sale.
If you would like more information regarding this story, or to schedule an interview with Leland Little, please call the office at 919-644-1243 or send an e-mail to [email protected].
SOURCE Leland Little Auctions
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