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Beautiful willow shelf

Beautiful willow shelf

5 mins ago


Desk chair,super adjustable

Very comfortable swivel office desk chair. On 5 casters. Adjusts for height also has lower back support! We are down sizing make me an offer

1 hour ago


Solid Oak 3 level rolling tea trolly

A medium oak colour with brass accents. Three shelves top shelve has smoked glass insert to help keep track of how much is left on […]

1 hour ago


LG Dryer Stainless Steel

Lg Dryer looking for new home. Stainless steel and large capacity drum. Works! We bought a matching set as we needed a new washer.

4 hours ago
Coffee table and end table


Oak coffee and end table set

Coffee table 34x34x16 inches End table 26x20x21 inches

4 hours ago
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Sold Sale Pending bar


Crate Designs Bar

In excellent condition. This link has ALL the details :) Bar unit Located in the North End – Cross posted.

8 hours ago
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Display Fridge and Commercial Oven for Sale...

6-foot wide display cooler for sale. Purchased new 1 year before the cafe closed 2 years ago. It’s a little dirty from being in storage. […]

8 hours ago


Comfy Coach

• large couch • good condition • ottoman available if wanted that matches the couch

8 hours ago



Recliner very comfortable and in good condition. Rocks as well.

8 hours ago
Dresser and nightstands


Oak bedroom suite

Queen headboard, dresser, 2 night tables

8 hours ago
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Couch, armchair, pull-out sofa, coffee tabl...

1. Vintage floral/ivory couch and armchair $20 2. Blue Pull-out Sofa (makes a comfy double bed) $20 3. Wood inlaid coffee table, includes protective glass […]

8 hours ago


wood dresser

In great condition. First $15 takes it.

11 hours ago



Moon shaped console excellent condition 49″W x 32″T x 20″D PM me or wolfbraun51@gmail.com,

13 hours ago


counter stools

WEST ELM slope fabric counter stools excellent condition, wrought iron base. (new $400.00 each selling both $600.00 size is 24.5″H x 22″D x 19″W PM […]

13 hours ago


1950s English garment factory table, DESK

A faithful reproduction of this desk offers the juxtaposition of workhorse practicality and elegantly graceful lines. Evoking the best of vintage industrial design, the smoothly […]

13 hours ago
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Sold couch




13 hours ago

250 OBO

Osburn Wood Stove insert w/ Piping

Osburn wood stove insert, model 1600, 24W x 21H x 22D Comes with 3x 36in lengths of 6-inch diameter x 2-inch wall of stain-less steel […]

23 hours ago


Small kenmore upright freezer

Small upright Kenmore freezer. Scratches on top but the interior is immaculate. $100

July 15, 2019


Couch for Sale

White couch with some wear and tear but super comfy. Some kitty cat damage on one side. I throw a sheepskin or blanket over it. […]

July 15, 2019



Working BBQ. Pick up Only.

July 15, 2019
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Very cool modern table

Very nice modern table -we hate to even give it up so if it doesn’t sell for 200 we will keep it!! 33”sq x 29.5” […]

July 15, 2019


utility shelving

Two metal shelving units 34 inches long, each with 3 shelves suitable garage or workshop $40.00 for both

July 15, 2019




July 15, 2019

$ 50.oo

Old cabinet

was originally a windup gramophone record player, working parts have been removed

July 15, 2019


Electric Lamp

Reproduction of a classic parlour table lamp, in brass with a glass shade, rose coloured with gold accents and white roses! We are moving to […]

July 15, 2019
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Conair Clothes Steamer

This is a new clothes steamer and it compacts down. Retails for $140 plus tax. Never used. Selling for $75.

July 15, 2019



Church Pew $80 65″ long Please text 250 538 8611

July 15, 2019
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Lazy boy recliner

Newly upholstered, like new. See pictures

July 15, 2019
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