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It's a beautiful home, with gorgeous wood detailing and brick flooring situated at the end of a cul de sac with the Chippewa River along the North and West sides of the property. It was listed on Friday morning and an offer was accepted the following Monday. I had actually expressed interest in the home, but decided to move on, feeling too much overhead in the cost of "un-renovating" and masonry work, and it just felt like too much overall space for me, but still a beauty, and hopefully whoever does buy the home can give it the care and attention it deserves.
A blog post about the property from the AB Dow Home & Studio posted earlier this year: https://www.abdow.org/the-dr-lionel-dav ... den-b-dow/
Listing: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1121 ... 0573_zpid/