Estate sale scheduled at Vonnegut church-turned-house

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An historic Indianapolis estate that is full of art, antiques and other valuables will soon open its doors for a huge estate sale.

The 11,000 square foot house on North Alabama was originally built as a church by Kurt Vonnegut, Sr. -- the well-known Indianapolis architect and father of the famous author.

Two local artists and educators bought the estate in the 90s and renovated, but now they are moving and selling their massive collection.

"You have your eclectic religious pieces as well as the eclectic art pieces. You also have your normal flea market/garage sale/other estate sale buys. They collected anything and everything," according to Tiffany Parsons with Aether Estate Sales.

The estate sale is Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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