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P M

That glass fence in the back yard is a bird killer. Shame on them for installing that! Birds can’t see it and fly right into it, breaking their necks and skulls.

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EuroLuxHome

A gorgeous space, very beautifully designed.

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Lori Hart-Piper

One of my favorite houses ever! Just amazing

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