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  • Full Name: Chris Scott
  • Location: North Salt Spring
  • Phone: 250-538-1723
  • Expires: 21 days, 17 hours

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  • Item listed by: on August 7, 2017

    Item Description:

    Fully winterized 100 sq. ft. building on trailer. Ready for positioning on owner-prepared foundation, plumbed, hot water and electric outlets. Door and windows still to be installed to buyer’s choice.

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    Listing ID: 8135988969bee1dc

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