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    Default Pennsylvania House Cherry TV armoire

    Beautiful Pennsylvania House Cherry lower height TV armoire. This was designed for larger TVs, but the low height keeps it very easy to live with. Could easily be converted into a craft cabinet. Someone who sews could use the TV box part for a sewing machine, while storing fabric and notions on the shelves and in the drawers. Excellent condition. We are redoing our family room and finally buying a flat-screen TV, so this piece no longer works. Located in Alexandria, just south of the Beltway.

    Dimensions: 63.5" wide, 24" deep, 50" tall. Usable space of TV box section is 37" wide, 34.5" tall, for clearance of doors to be pushed back inside when open. Asking $500. Was around $2,000 when new. No nicks or scars.

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