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Andrea Withrow
I can't add much more than everyone else, but I love this house and I am so grateful that the trendy 2000-teens didn't ruin this wonderful, wonderful home.
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I wouldn't have thought twice about going back home! What a fantastic place to retire into!

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I am touched and inspired by how Gray has honored her parent's legacy. Such a fantastic home and lifestyle! I hope that she hosts a few cocktail parties herself, and invites me!

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