Sparta West Mountain Garage Sale

COME SHOP! For over a decade we’ve helped hundreds of our Sparta neighbors not only clean out their garages, basements and attics, and make money doing it by participating in one of our Team Nest Builder Community Garage Sales.  Our West Mountain Area Garage Sale is being held on 9/19!  Signs will be placed along route 517 and West Mountain Road. CLICK HERE to get the map of participating households on the morning of 9/19!

All Team Nest Builder Garage Sale Events are held on one day only–rain or shine. Mark your calendars and attend this great event!

Contact Information
  1. Lynn Garafola
  2. 973-222-3777
  3. lynn@teamnestbuilder.com
Sat, September 19
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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COME SHOP! For over a decade we’ve helped hundreds of our Sparta neighbors not only clean out their garages, basements and attics, and make money doing it by participating in one of our Team Nest Builder Community Garage Sales. Our West Mountain Area Garage Sale is being held on 9/19! Signs will be placed along route 517 and West Mountain Road. CLICK HERE to get the map of participating ...

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