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I've been in a lot of JRMcD houses and this is a really nice one.
Realtor.com listing: https://www.realtor.com/realestateandho ... 8288709796
Is that a guest house over the carport, Paul?
The stone on the fireplace is unfortunate, but overall, it looks quite appealing.
I have not been in this house. I tried to look at it on Google and Bing maps to answer your question, but
there were too many trees in the way.