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Great solid piece. Use as is or give it a fresh coat of paint.

2 hours ago


Wanted Couch, ….that won’t crus...

The leg fell off my couch, and I realized that, that could crush my cat. So now the couch sits on the floor and is […]

2 hours ago


Elegant Comfy Sofa

Comfy elegant sofa. Made in California. Take back pillows off and use as a bed. Very comfortable. Measures: 7’Feet by 3’feet deep. Freshly cleaned and […]

4 hours ago


Large solid wood dresser

Large solid wood dresser. $25

6 hours ago


Small particle board dresser

Small two drawer dresser $10

6 hours ago


3 unique chairs

3 unique chairs All for $45

7 hours ago


Norwegian bunk beds

Vintage Norwegian Bunk Beds – great condition- 4” foam matresses with removable covers – separate for single beds – 77” x 32”

19 hours ago


Range Hood

30 inch range hood, white. Nutone. Probably 10 years old, but never used. Still in original box.

20 hours ago
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Kitchen Range

Yer basic 30 inch electric range. Its an Inglis Superb if you care to look it up. Self-cleaning. Everything works. Will consider delivering with my […]

20 hours ago


Over Range Hood with venting outside

Range Hood with lighting and outside venting

22 hours ago


Kenmore Fridge

Large French Door Fridge with bottom freezer. Ice maker in freezer. 4 years old. Very little wear and in excellent working order

22 hours ago
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Chaise & matching pillow for sale

I have an animal-print’ish Chaise for sale. I bought this chaise from a Victoria interior designer who used it for staging. I bought it over […]

January 17, 2019


Drafting Table

White colour, tilts, good condition

January 17, 2019
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Free recliner chair

Good, used condition. You pick up.

January 17, 2019
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January 16, 2019


WANTED: twin sofabed

Looking for a twin sofa bed for a small space (width < 65") Thanks!

January 16, 2019
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Queen size box spring

Queen sized box spring not new but in good condition

January 16, 2019


Late 90’s style Armchair

Very lightly used. Soft sagey green/grey colour. Bought new.30” wide, 32”tall, 32” deep.

January 16, 2019
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$8 each

Lamp Shades

These table lamp shades are rand new and in original packaging. These are not clip-on shades – they mount on the lamp holder. See full […]

January 16, 2019

$100 firm

Single bed/frame/mattress

MOVING SALE Single Wooden Bed, Frame and Mattress. $100 for more info call Helen at 250-537-2163 PLEASE do NOT respond to this ad by e-mail. […]

January 15, 2019


Computer Desk

MOVING SALE Computer desk – upper part detaches from lower. there is also a long drawer which does not show in the photo as the […]

January 15, 2019
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Wood Shelves

Wood shelves for sale. It can be higher than in 1st photo… there’s another layer that can be put on top or used on its […]

January 15, 2019
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Modern chandelier

Elegant modern chandelier. LED strip provides lots of light. Dimmable. Adjustable hanging height. Width = 17″, height = 2.5″. Never used, in original packaging. Fully […]

January 15, 2019


Antique Farmhouse Table

Quebec/Ontario made solid wood farmhouse table stamped “Hawkesbury” on the bottom. 40” x 40” plus two leaves to make it 40” x 54”. Needs a […]

January 15, 2019
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