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extensively during the 1950s and 1960s with plate glass and jalousie windows, asbestos and T-111 siding on the exterior, wood paneling over original interior plaster walls, and the gutting of cabinetry and other fixtures. With the abandonment of general maintenance over the ensuing decades, the site and overall physical appearance of the house deteriorated. Faced with the enormous task of rehabilitation, the second and current owner has succeeded in honoring the original 1920s architectural spirit of the heavily altered home while sensitively adapting and improving upon its original design.


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