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4-Ft. USA-Made Western Red Cedar Porch Swing
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4-Ft. USA-Made Western Red Cedar Porch Swing
$399.95
$399.95 - $499.95
Description
Nothing says "summer" like an old-fashioned porch swing, and our Cedar Swing makes a comfortable, updated take on the old classic. Ideal for leisurely living, this quality piece is made in American of beautiful, weather-resistant Western Red Cedar. Features extra-deep seat, rounded seat edge and wide arm rests for all-around comfort. Rustic, attractive wood great makes it a stylish addition to your porch. Zinc-plated hardware resists rust and corrosion. Made in USA.

• Cedar Porch Swing
• Crafted of Western Red Cedar
• Zinc-plated steel hardware
• Comfortable, rustic design
• Made in the USA

Size
45"L x 18"D x 20"H
55"L x 18"D x 20"H
69'L x 18"D x 20"H

Shipping
Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
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4-Ft. USA-Made Western Red Cedar Porch Swing
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$399.95
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Reviews
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