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Mission 60" Computer Desk w/ Hutch

Stock# OFAMD005C-OFAMD005HC

The California Craftsman 60” Double Pedestal Mission Desk and Hutch Combo in Cherry finish boasts the finest quality in furniture. Proudly made in the U.S.A. from quarter sawn red oak and oak plywood, this sturdy desk contains no particle board. This desk features a pencil drawer that converts to a pullout keyboard, six spacious drawers, and a roomy desktop for your computer components. Its construction features English dovetails joints that keep the drawers resistant enough to last throughout the years. Its warm, California Mission finish and elegant design will look beautiful in your home.

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Mission 60" Computer Desk w/ Hutch

Stock# OFAMD005C-OFAMD005HC

$1,419.95
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60W x 74H x 26D

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The California Craftsman 60” Double Pedestal Mission Desk and Hutch Combo in Cherry finish boasts the finest quality in furniture. Proudly made in the U.S.A. from quarter sawn red oak and oak plywood, this sturdy desk contains no particle board. This desk features a pencil drawer that converts to a pullout keyboard, six spacious drawers, and a roomy desktop for your computer components. Its construction features English dovetails joints that keep the drawers resistant enough to last throughout the years. Its warm, California Mission finish and elegant design will look beautiful in your home.

*Product picture may not reflect actual price. Please use pull down (when available) to determine your price. Colors and finishes may vary depending on your monitor.

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