Martha Stewart selling $250 tickets to a charitable tag sale at her tony Westchester farm

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Lifestyle guru Martha Stewart says she is cleaning house — selling “this and that” in a “Great American Tag Sale” at her northern Westchester County estate next weekend.

But it’s going to cost you.

Stewart, 80, is selling tickets for the event at “Martha’s Farm” in tony Katonah, with the price as high as $250 for choice time slots Saturday and Sunday — and $25 for less favorable later hours, New York magazine said.

“There will be something for everyone at the Great American Tag Sale,” Stewart said in an Instagram post last week.

“I’m selling thousands of items — furniture, tableware, kitchenware, textiles, lighting, bedding, rugs, vintage, antique, lightly used, and so much more,” she wrote. “Proceeds go to the @mountsinainyc Martha Stewart Centers for Living.

“Buy your tickets now and get ready to find some treasures! Go to marthatagsale.com.”

The image accompanying the post showed a tent filled with wicker chairs.



The life-and-style icon and TV personality apparently needs to clear space at her Katonah farm — earlier this month, she stocked up on goods in Tulsa, Okla.

“Flying home with 8 cercis canadensis the state tree of Oklahoma!!!!!” she wrote on Instagram with a photo of a smiling Stewart carting the trees home in a private jet.

“Bought at Stringer Nursery in Tulsa,” she wrote. “Also stopped at a charming @antiquary and found a great table and a signed Bunnykins dish….”

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