Thursday, December 1, 2022

Amish Custom Furniture Coming to Victory Village Shopping Center

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YORK-Amish Custom Furniture store will open at the end of March in Victory Village shopping center on Mooretown Road.

The store is slated to open on March 25.

Amish Custom Furniture will carry an array of furniture pieces, from casual and fine dining furniture sets to solid wood bedroom suites. Amish Custom Furniture will also sell outdoor furniture and office furniture. Pieces are handcrafted American made in solid oak, maple, and cherry.

Amish Custom Furniture store is moving into the space left vacant by Retro Daddio’s, which closed in January.

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