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September 23, 2014


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oops.. I think my comment didn't post.. I was trying to say it breaks my heart to see home in such a poor state. Hopefully someone will bring it back to life!


Yes, let's hope that someone will restore the house to its former grandeur...


WOW neat house, ashame it's in that bad of shape. That would be awesome to shop in a house like that. I can't wait to see what you bought.


What a marvelous historic house...it just needs love and the right person to bring it back to life.

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