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The Affinity House Sober House for Women

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Hull, MA
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Hull, MA - 02045

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About The Affinity House Sober House for Women

Last-Modified: 2020-04-06 12:08:54

Fees: $200/week. First and last week's rent $400 total. Payments: Money order, check, cash, PayPal, Venmo and Zelle. Amenities: three full bathrooms common living room large eat-in kitchen back porch and patio area cable and free wi-fi covered outdoor smoking area coin-operated laundry in the basement

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