Auction of Finnerty’s Items Will Benefit Wayland

Wayland Patch 3/17/11: Auction of Finnerty’s Items Will Benefit Wayland. Earlier this year, friends and Wayland residents Matthew Levy and Jesse Adelman closed the deal that made them the new owners of the Finnerty’s Country Squire Restaurant at the corner of Main and West Plain streets. One step in turning that long-vacant building into a newly vibrant site is clearing out the restaurant equipment, wooden and brass décor, artwork, bars and other items left behind in the building. Levy and Adelman decided they could clear out the building and help the town at the same time with an auction. Items inside will be auctioned to interested customers, and a portion of the proceeds from that auction will go to Wayland’s renovation efforts underway for the Hannah Williams Playground. At 11am on March 29, Paul Saperstein and Company Auctioneers and Appraisers will open the doors of Finnerty’s to anyone wanting to purchase some of the wide variety of items still in the old restaurant (items up for auction include a 6-foot by 10-foot ornate carved wood wall mirror; a 10-foot painted hunting scene; bar stools; brass, copper and iron chandeliers; and a wide array of countertop appliances and kitchen implements among various other items).


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