Habitat For Humanity

★★★★☆
  • 31 Willis Rd

    North Fort Myers, FL 33917

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  • 239-652-0388

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For those who havent been ever (or lately...) this is the BIGGEST thrift store in Lee County... and I think they have the best prices... like clothes $ 1.00 ... (sometimes on sale 3 for a $ 1.00 on Wednesdays and Saturdays I think) They now are open 6 days a week... and they told me they get Robb & Stucky furniture 4 days a week... their prices are great... and they also have all kinds of construction stuff, like paint, doors, tile, windows and carpet... I saw the last review hasnt been there since 2005- and it's under new management now... and the place is full of great stuff !!!! i go there EVERY week to see whats new....

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★★★★★

For those who havent been ever (or lately...) this is the BIGGEST thrift store in Lee County... and I think they have the best prices... like clothes $ 1.00 ... (sometimes on sale 3 for a $ 1.00 on Wednesdays and Saturdays I think) They now are open 6 days a week... and they told me they get Robb & Stucky furniture 4 days a week... their prices are great... and they also have all kinds of construction stuff, like paint, doors, tile, windows and carpet... I saw the last review hasnt been there since 2005- and it's under new management now... and the place is full of great stuff !!!! i go there EVERY week to see whats new....

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I like its because its a big place... But i never find nothing i want there!! they have lots of junk taking up space though and they're prices are kinda high on everything! one time they had shoes for 50 cents which was great! but didnt find nothing that i liked of coarse but anyways the only thing that is decent is the childrens clothes for 50cents! which isnt too bad,sometimes you can find some nice stuff in that department.. but lots of stuff is overpricd and thats probably why they're so bulked up on everything... but the have tons of furniture.. Alot of 40's-50's looking furniture! some in nice condition! not great but okay i guess! the prices are somewhat high on it though.. The one thing i can and i will complain about is the bathroom!! I knwo they always got paint there i think someone could take an hour and paint it and i'm sure they get donated toilet seats once in awhile!! they need to take that nasty one off! I'm afraid to touch it! its pretty nasty.. But that dont stop me from going to the place i guess!! all in all its a good place to hit up when thrift shopping

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I like its because its a big place... But i never find nothing i want there!! they have lots of junk taking up space though and they're prices are kinda high on everything! one time they had shoes for 50 cents which was great! but didnt find nothing that i liked of coarse but anyways the only thing that is decent is the childrens clothes for 50cents! which isnt too bad,sometimes you can find some nice stuff in that department.. but lots of stuff is overpricd and thats probably why they're so bulked up on everything... but the have tons of furniture.. Alot of 40's-50's looking furniture! some in nice condition! not great but okay i guess! the prices are somewhat high on it though.. The one thing i can and i will complain about is the bathroom!! I knwo they always got paint there i think someone could take an hour and paint it and i'm sure they get donated toilet seats once in awhile!! they need to take that nasty one off! I'm afraid to touch it! its pretty nasty.. But that dont stop me from going to the place i guess!! all in all its a good place to hit up when thrift shopping

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