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Wright Chat :: View topic - Unsonian for sale
The Donald W. Aitken house, built for Mr. Aitken and his wife, who was the daughter of Herbert and Katherine Jacobs (Jacobs First Residence [S 234] and ...
Checking Google Earth for 20100 Skyline Blvd, Woodside, the house still appears intact, although it appears there has been additional road construction and power line construction marring the site.
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Woodside/2010 ... me/1736493
These photos were made in 2006 at the time the house was for sale.
http://wrightchat.savewright.org/viewto ... ?f=2&t=811
We also have the redoubtable RJH, who simply copies in full the initial highly informative post by "Jim" (which Jim is that; Jim in SF ?), and a pair of posts by Bill Schwarz, the second of which seems to have been excised---by its author ?---for some reason.
And, finally, the suspense is relieved by the surprise revelation that the house will be in good hands. Have we heard from "Harpstring" since ?
It would be great to hear from the new owner. If Wright Chat's former "Notify me when a reply is posted" function was working, he would have been notified of our renewed interest.