Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites
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Front Entrance Door with Arched Transom and Beveled Sidelites

Regular price
$800.00
Sale price
$800.00
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This solid stained wood, exterior front entrance door has beveled glass sidelights and an arched transom above. The door is detached from the door jamb but has hinges attached, a threshold, and a brass handle set installed with a thumb latch handle on the exterior side and a lever handle on the interior side. It is an inswinging right-handed door with six raised panels. A key is not included. 

Please note, there are a few areas of damage to the finish from decals and a few light scratches (see photos). 

Overall dimensions: 98" High x 66" Wide x 6.5" Thick
Front door: 78.75" High x 35.75" Wide x 1.75" Thick

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The photos included in this listing show the item you will receive. Listing includes only what is described and no additional items are included. Please review this listing carefully, and raise any questions before purchasing. 

  • Pick-up will be available during open warehouse hours: Monday – Sunday 12-5 pm.
  • Buyers are solely responsible for loading purchases and removing them from the Community Forklift premises. Measure your vehicle before you arrive and bring adequate assistance to move and load your items.
  • You must pick up your items within 5 days of the date of purchase.
  • Shipping is not available. In-store pickup only. 

Items can be returned within 3 weeks of purchase. Please be aware that there is a 25% restocking fee for returned items at the time of the refund. 

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