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Thank you for looking at my listing! First and foremost, all items are in excellent condition. A lot of items posted still have tags attached or they are in “Like New” condition. You will not find any stains, rips, or damage. We are also a Smoke and pet free house. Please be considerate when making an offer. This site takes 20% of every sell already which is pretty high. Willing to bundle for a better deal! Unfortunately, accessories posted in this listing are not included. This is strictly for staging purposes. You can find all available accessories listed on this page in a separate listing.


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