Estate Sale Leavenworth, Kansas
Our primary focus is to deliver a top quality estate sale when liquidating or downsizing due to any change in life’s circumstances.
We work with a mandate of helping our client(s) accomplish their Leavenworth estate sale as quickly as possible. We function with twin goals which are to help you accomplish these aims in a short time as possible and also emptying the home at the end of the sale. We are a window through which you can contact a stream of buyers at the cost that dovetails with your requirements. So if your retiring from Leavenworth and looking to do a downsize before your move. Contact Us we can help with that.
Over the years, we have ensured that we provide our clients with the best services when it comes to the liquidation of their valuables. We help them set a fair market value and we also ensure that our clients understand each document and procedures that are involved in auctioning homes as well as liquidating the contents of their estate. So you can relax and let handle the stress of all those issues for you while holding your estate sale Leavenworth Kansas sale.
Leavenworth is the largest city in and the county seat of Leavenworth County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 35,251. Located on the west bank of the Missouri River 25 mi (40 km) northwest of Kansas City, Missouri, it is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area
Everyone has heard of Leavenworth for the military base there as well as the famous prison on-site.
Fort Leavenworth is a military base located in Kansas, in the immediate proximity of the city with the same name. It has almost two centuries of existence and it is by far the oldest and most important such post located in the western side of Washington, DC. It is still referred to as the intellectual center of the US Army, as it used to be named once. The base spreads over 2,300 ha and hosts more than 1,000 buildings.
The fort began as a camp and was operated by the French forces in the 18th century. It was then handed over to New Spain, only to be abandoned. This is when the Americans stepped in. Some of the initial explorers of these new lands decided to reinforce and renovate the fort, especially since it was pretty close to a very powerful village. In 1827, the authorities held the groundbreaking ceremony with Colonel Henry Leavenworth in the lead. The primary mission of this new base was to take care of the Santa Fe Trail. The name it has today was given in 1832, after the Indians were removed from the area. Two years later, the colonel ordered the construction of an officer quarters that was referred to as The Rookery. This building is currently the oldest one in Kansas.
World War I was the first chance for Fort Leavenworth to stand up in the crowd. The schools on site trained some of the finest officers to be sent on the field. The schools attracted a lot of new recruits between the two major wars. Some of the most famous ones include Dwight D. Eisenhower or George S. Patton. Over World War II, close to 20,000 recruits were trained at those schools and not less than 26 divisions were supported.
In 1960, the fort became a National Historic Landmark. It is also supported by the Sherman Army Airfield and is said to be one of the most representative military bases of the United States of America.
If your family is wanting to hold an Estate Sale in Leavenworth please contact Pengo Estate Sales today at 785-979-8622 and we can help plan your sale and make it a success.