Don't Fence Me In
Lola Maverick Lloyd on the house's front steps in the early 1920s with her children Bill, Mary, and Georgia A playful wooden fence is the first suggestion that something unusual stands just south of Winnetka's ...
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#1 Feb 19, 2009
The situation with this property should be the poster child cautionary tale of what happens when property rights are severely limited in the name of "preservation". Decreased home value and ultimately a home that nobody will buy. Additionally, the neighbors adjacent to this home will see decreases in their property values b/c the home sits empty and unkempt while it's "owner" is nice and cozy in New Mexico.
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