- Street (optional): 452 BRENTWOOD AVENUE
- City: The Villages
- State: Florida
- Is this is a commercial listing?: No
FREE STUFF MUST GO!!!
DRIVEWAY FILLED WITH FREE STUFF.
EVERYTHING COSTS ZERO DOLLARS ZERO CENTS.
- SUNDAY … MARCH 29th … 9:00 a.m.
Walkers and canes, a comfy chair, a sofa, shoes and women’s clothes, men’s suits, cleaning products, garage items, lots of brushes, clay pots. Lots of oil paintings and sketches. Shelves of Art Books. EVERYTHING MUST GO AND IS FREE!!!
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