TO REACH THE ANTIQUES SHOP.
PLEASE NOTE: >>>>>>WE ARE CLOSING OUR DOORS AT THE END OF SUMMER 2012.
DUE TO A LACK OF BUSINESS, A POOR ECONOMY, AND OTHER PERSONAL REASONS,
WE ARE SHUTTING DOWN OUR SHOP.
WE WILL STILL BE PROVIDING REPAIR WORK: 607-3792357
THANK YOU. ANDY, EVAN AND COLLEEN
Please DO NOT CALL THE INN for Antiques Inquiries. THANK YOU.
The very successful Marshall Farm was a thriving and growing international business, complete with numerous chicken and cattle barns, large dairy operations, chicken hatchery, and numerous vast farm fields. Several older buildings still survive, and are part of our property.
Many years ago, the previous owners transformed one of the largest of the farm buildings into an antiques and consignment shop. The previous antiques shop went out of business, and then, after many years of debris removal, cleaning inside and out, roofing, drainage, and lots and lots of painting, it was turned BACK into an antiques shop. Andy Farrell, former employee of City Lights Antiques, now manages and runs the space and has filled the giant showroom with numerous consignment pieces, paintings, knick-knacks, shabby chic items, unique lamps, primitives, and his own traditional American furniture creations.
An incredibly talented master wood-worker, Andy has been a fixture at City Lights long before the inception of The Inn. After working for over 15 years with the previous owners, Andy stayed on to keep working the antiques shop and more importantly, the woodshop. There, he continues to create fine, traditionally crafted furniture that is custom designed and built on location. Andy only uses the finest aged woods for his American crafted dining tables, bookcases, armoires, and accent pieces. To find out more about our custom furniture and antiques, please call Andy at (607) 272-3667.
Please DO NOT email The Bed and Breakfast when inquiring about Antiques. Thank you!
Antiques at City Lights