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So much that is pretty and practical; my new mantra. But I do agree with @PatsCats2. A bit too much with the books. Especially in the bathroom. No.
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Love this house and how it reflects the owner's loves. Beautiful.

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My favorite house on Houzz. I’ve come back to it many times over the years. Especially the kitchen!!!

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