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couch, multi purpose, can be two single beds

Posted :30+ days old

Location : SURRY HILLS-NSW-2010 (NSW - Sydney)

Price : $350.00

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SOFA. This sofa was custom made and is a very high quality. I paid a huge amount for it, and am really sad that as my daughter is moving to a smaller unit, none in the family has the right spot for it. 

It has a high quality fabric made by the exclusive fabric maker, mokum, the frame is sturdy and will last and last,  the bottom is, I believe, stuffed with down to make it comfortable even when the pillows on the bottom are removed, there are two layers of back pillows, and carpet saving legs. 

Even though it was made as a sofa, and does not give its dual purpose away, it is very comfortable to sleep on. In fact, the frame is so comfortable, and the pillows so thick that we have sometimes taken the bottom pillows off to make a bed on the floor with them, and the bare frame with its down padding made a comfortable bed also. 

It is being reluctantly offered for sale at a throw out price. 

Up to four people can sit on the couch.

 L: 242cm H: 69cm D: 98cm 

Please note - this is not one of those uncomfortable sofas that pull out to make an uncomfortable wire based bed. It looks like, and is, a sofa, but is multi purpose.

It is comfortable and large enough to be used as a bed, or as two single beds, if the pillows are put on the floor and used as one single bed, and the sofa is used as the other single bed. You will be so pleased you brought such an attractive and useful bit of furniture, and at such a ridiculously cheap price.


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