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Furniture resale shop closing to public: Get high-end furniture on the cheap before it’s too late

HOUSTON – Since 2004, Southwest Surplus has sold second-hand hotel furniture to Houstonians on the North Freeway near Gulf Bank.

Owner Phil Winterton sold the property and was given 30 days to clear out the 50,000 square foot warehouse and 20 tractor-trailers full of furniture and accessories.

Closing time has finally come and the business will close to the public on Sunday. Until then, Winterton says he is very motivated to sell all of the inventory.

Many things, like TVs, have sold out, but you can still find chairs, sofas, some mini-fridges and other items still for sale. In an effort to clear out as much as possible, all remaining items are $10.

Here are some things that have been seen for sale at the store.

Dining room chairs:

Dining chairs at Southwest Surplus
Dining chairs at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)

Framed pictures:

Framed pictures at Southwest Surplus
Framed pictures at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)

Sofa sleepers:

Sofa sleepers at Southwest Surplus
Sofa sleepers at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)

Upholstered armchairs:

Upholstered armchairs at Southwest Surplus
Upholstered armchairs at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)

Mini fridges:

Mini fridges at Southwest Surplus
Mini fridges at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)

Lamps:

Lamps at Southwest Surplus
Lamps at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)

Wingback leather armchairs:

Wingback leather armchairs at Southwest Surplus
Wingback leather armchairs at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)