This previously owned, freestanding double vanity features a white Silestone countertop with beige faux veining, a light tan colored base with a total four roll out shelves behind Shaker panel cabinet doors with round nickel knob pulls. The vanity contains two white undermount sinks. The left, right and back sides of the base are unfinished. Faucet hardware is not included; there are three holes in the countertop with 8 inches between the faucet handle holes for both sinks.
Please note, the vanity has some caulking and residue near the faucet handle hole area from deinstallation of previously installed hardware (see photos). Also, please note, there is a small notch of Silestone that has been cut on the right side of the vanity (see photos).
36" High x 70.5" Wide x 25.25" Deep
8" centerset faucet handle holes
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