Mimosa Inn gets facelift; estate sale business opens

Published 6:42 pm Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Mimosa Inn restaurant will re-open tomorrow, Feb. 12, after being closed since the New Year for vacations and painting. The restaurant offers casual dining in a relaxed atmosphere serving selected fresh food ingredients prepared on site along with popular choices of beer and wine.
For more information, go to www.carolina-foothills.com or call 828-859-7688.
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Beth Troyer and Lydia Mullet have recently opened Frauline’s Estate Liquidation, offering liquidation services for liquidate for estates, retirements, downsizings, relocating, settlements and foreclosures.
The business, which is licensed and insured, offers evaluation, staging, marketing and conducting of estate sales in Polk, Rutherford, Spartanburg and Greenville counties. It handles all types of home contents, including furniture, antiques, jewelry, collectibles, housewares, linens, kitchenware, tools and more.
The process involves assessing the home, setting a date for the sale (at least seven days after contract signatures) and then sorting and researching the items that will be for sale.
Within a few days Troyer and Mullet will send out a flyer advertising what is available in your estate to trusted clients and will also advertise the sale in other ways. They then hold the sale, including a possible pre-sale Friday evening.
“We are very concerned about your satisfaction,” said Troyer. “We always strive to be sensitive, and to make this as painless as possible to help clients heal from any loss. We love every part of assisting you and hold tight to our integrity, following our hearts with the knowledge that we are doing the best job we are able and leaving a track record to be happy for.”
Troyer and her husband, Matt, own and operate Foothills Amish Furniture in Landrum, where she has experience decorating and staging furniture. For more than six years, she has worked closely with different species of wood and is knowledgeable about furniture types and values.
“I enjoy meeting new people and serving clients and customers with integrity and consider them my friends,” Troyer said. Troyer has two sons, Vincent (7 years old) and Dawson (5 years old).
Mullet lives in Landrum with her husband, Gary, daughter Delilah (11 years old) and son Garner (4 years old).
“I’m excited about being in business with Beth,” Mullet said, “serving our clients in making decisions that can be difficult, yet enjoyable.”