I have never seen a more fitting name for a business.
Their website says they are an indoor flea market and that prices are generally negotiable. They restock the store daily with new and used items, a massive variety of “antiques, collector items, eclectic novelties, household, garage finds, and a little bit of everything.” And that’s what it looked like to us.
There is a lot to look through. Some of it is sort of sorted. And you could ask, they seem to know what they have.
After we discovered the store, I told some friends and they already know about it. One person finds things there to re-sell on Etsy. Another finds things there to refinish with chalk paint. The prices were extremely reasonable.
There is more than you can see. The store keeps going. My eyes starting itching, though. I have allergies. I think the store keeps a cat. Which is probably a good idea.
Directions to Junk & Disorderly from Meadowbrook Log Cabin
Junk & Disorderly is at 701 7th Ave East in Hendersonville.
From the cabin, turn right on US-25. 7th Avenue is one way, so you have to kinda loop around to get there.
I go up to the corner we call Five Points. There is a traffic light and Pop’s Diner is ahead on your left. Turn before Pop’s Diner on Main Street. This is North Main Street. Make a right on Locust Street. The log cabins you drive by were built by the Boy Scouts probably in the late 1930s. This is Edwards Park.
If you miss this turn, take the next left across from the High School, just after the fire station. That is Bearcat Boulevard. (The Bearcats is the high school football team.) Go over the hill and make a right on Locust Street.
There are a lot of interesting shops on Locust Street. To get to Junk & Disorderly, turn left of 7 Avenue and keep going. The shop is a couple of blocks past the railroad tracks. This is where the train station is.
Right across the street is the Amazing Pizza Company. I’ve never eaten there, but they say they have Wood Fired New York Style Pizza.
YouTube Video About Junk & Disorderly
I found this YouTube video LGT, Lazy Game Reviews, of a man visiting Junk & Disorderly. It is like shopping with my husband. He is looking for very old electronics, computer bits, games and software and that kind of thing. Cliff is not the only one.
I have started the clip at Junk & Disorderly, but the rest of it is our local Goodwill Stores.