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Centennial Farmhouse Project

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The home is located in a historic district and only 15 feet deep from the sidewalk to the porch. When the house was purchased, the front, side, and backyards were overgrown and have since had many trees and bushes removed. Due to renovations and addition, and a new carriage house/garage build, there is no grass. I have just laid a 5' brick paver walk to the front door.

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