For sale: Three of Wright's Glencoe, IL houses

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SDR
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Post by SDR »

Let's identify that property, again, as the William F Kier residence (1915).

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SDR
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Post by SDR »

"I believe the buyers will do their best to maintain the original ethos of the home."

I should hope so---whatever the heck that means.

Now, should the seller's experience of bathos (following a disappointing return on investment), and perhaps her resulting pathos, concern us as well ?

S

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