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Classic Adirondack Chair

Our Price: $219.00

Classic Adirondack Chair

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If you are a traditionalist, and love knowing the history of your furniture, you will treasure this classic Adirondack chair that has its roots in the early Great Camps of the Adirondacks.

Handcrafted of local northern white cedar on the shores of beautiful Lake Champlain our chair will become a treasured family heirloom. Its lines are classically simple, its design is timeless and, best of all, our chair is blissfully comfortable. Just think of the many happy hours that you and your family and friends can enjoy as you relax-indoors or outdoors- in your classic Adirondack chair. You can even fold it up and store it away when necessary.

Classic Adirondack Chair Classic Adirondack Chair

Features:
  • Dimensions: 20"w x 19"d x 37" H
  • White Cedar
  • Assembly required
  • Crafted with time honored tradition in the Adirondack Mountains of New York.
  • Strong and durable, the timeless style will endure for generations.
  • Stainless hardware
  • Free Shipping!

Solidly built of white cedar for beauty, rot resistance and strength. The wood will weather to gray or may be stained or painted.

When you buy from Cape Cod Treasure Chest, you are guaranteed a quality product, personal service, reliable delivery and as always a great value.

Order today or call us toll free for more information. (888) 381-5300.

 
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