Queen WaterBed, NO mattress - 91351 (Canyon Country 91351)

OFFER: Queen Water Bed, NO mattress - Canyon Country 91351

It’s actually a waterbed frame but I never used it for that. I’ve used a 6-inch high-density foam mattress with a softer 2-inch topper.
If you don’t want a waterbed, I recommend this kind of setup as it is supportive and comfortable and 8 inches lifts the mattress top above the rail edges.

This bed was gifted to me and I’ve had it for 40 years. It’s been a great bed but now I need more floor space and less bed space. It’s been in a cat-owning house. I can attest that there have never been bedbugs in the house or any other kind of vermin.

NOT INCLUDED - There is a shelf unit visible in the photos behind the headboard - NOT INCLUDED.

All the pieces are heavy solid wood (don’t know what kind) except the two platform pieces, which are particle board. Assembly requires NO screwdriving (see assembly diagram and photos). The rails (top, bottom, side and headboard) simply hang onto the posts. Then you set up the two X-shaped support frames (made of four notched wood boards) on the floor and place the platform pieces on top of them. Once it’s assembled it’s extremely stable and does not move.

I call it “rustic” in appearance. It has a well-worn look but it has always looked like that and I liked it. It went well with my shabby-chic lifestyle. It would also make a great bed for your mountain cabin.

Measurements-Outside (outer post-corner to outer post-corner): 65 inches wide; 89 inches long.
Measurements-Inside (mattress compartment): 58 inches - 60 inches wide; 82 inches - 84 inches long (odd measurements due to small notches created by the posts in the corners).
Footboard posts: 25 inches high.
Headboard posts: 36 inches high.

It’s already disassembled and ready to go. I was able to move everything myself so one person could do it alone. Only problem might be the platform pieces, which I was able to slide on edges but not pick up. You could pick up one end of those and slide them into a truck. I do think you will need a truck.
Longest rail is 82 inches long.
Widest and heaviest pieces are particle board platform pieces - 84.5 inches x 30 inches each.

IF YOU WANT ME TO REPLY, ask useful questions (no obligation) and/or tell me when you’d like to pick up.
I’ll be happy to receive questions and provide more information but “Is it still available?” will not be enough. If it’s still posted, you can be sure it’s still available.

Easy no-pressure porch pickup near Soledad Canyon Road and Sierra Highway.
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