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  • Full Name: Rowan
  • Location: 264 Salt Spring Way
  • Phone: 250-537-1912
  • Expires: 4 days, 19 hours

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  • Item listed by: on March 28, 2018

    Item Description:

    Estate Sale, Saturday March 31, 9:00 to 3:00

    Household furniture,
    – 50″ Sony flat screen TV
    – china cabinet
    – love seat and couch
    – coffee tables, one handcrafted top with a driftwood base
    – dining room table with 6 chairs
    – living room chairs, writing table w/chair
    – double bed & frame, dresser
    – queen wood w/iron inlay head & footboard bed frame, dresser to match
    – finished work table
    – various potters raw materials, clay, tools, display cabinet
    – 1991 Toyota Corolla
    – garden tools, hose, ladders, lawn mower, etc
    – and more odds & ends

    Cash only. Large items individually priced. Items must be removed when sold.

    Please park on the road.

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    Listing ID: 2705abc59245dd8a

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