Everything must go: Estate sale at Morristown’s Eric Johnson House, Nov. 14-16

The Eric Johnson House. Photo: NJAS-Inc.
The former Eric Johnson House. Photo: NJAS-Inc.


The Eric Johnson House in Morristown is closing its doors after a quarter-century of providing temporary shelter for people with HIV-AIDS.

This week, New Jersey AIDS Services Inc. is selling virtually everything in the house. Proceeds will benefit the nonprofit, which for now is regrouping at its Morris Plains office.

The estate sale runs from Nov. 14-16, 2018, from 9 am to 4 pm each day, at 44 South St., behind the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer.  From NJAIS:

Items for sale include: serving ware including but not limited to flatware, stemware, dish sets, as well as appliances; furniture to include but not limited to living room sets, dining room sets, and bedroom sets; everyday household items such as vases, framed artwork, electronics, etc.; home fitness equipment.

Cash only sales. Buyer responsible for transportation of goods on or before 11/16/18 before 4:00 PM.

*Metered street parking only, unless arrangement is made for pick-up of larger items.*

Phone Number: 973-285-0006


[interactive_copyright_notice float='left']
[icopyright_horizontal_toolbar float='right']