Last month, the Mayhew Parsonage in Edgartown went up for sale for the first time in its 200-year history. This Saturday, the contents of its attic go up for sale too.

The Edgartown Federated Church, which has owned the historic property for almost 80 years, will be holding an estate sale from noon to 3 p.m. Jan. 14 at 35 Dark Woods Road in Edgartown.

“We moved everything out in preparation for the sale, so we’re selling everything,” organizer Gail Croteau said.

Furniture dating back to the 18th century are up for grabs, she said, everything from Windsor chairs to sleigh-style bedframes.

“There’s a beautiful Sheridan sideboard from the 1700s,” Ms. Croteau said. “I’d definitely recommend getting there early.”

Federated Church historian Liz Villard added that the selection will include sofas dating back to the 1840s, and a collection of historic family photographs found throughout the property.

For any prospective treasure seekers, Ms. Villard noted that the parsonage’s most valuable items have already been donated to the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. The contents of the parsonage’s attic, she said, are very similar to the kind of furniture you might find in any old house’s attic and in need of some TLC.

“Anyone going in with a mind for antiques will do very well,” she said. “And if you’re willing to do a bit of repair work, you may find some gems.”