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story concerning the restoration of the the Ennis House, the
neighbors opinions on living next to something that attracts public
Since this is not on the NPR web site (yet?) I'll hit the high and low
points. The restoration of a work of art is really, really expensive.
Some neighbors don't like living next to a crumbling building, because
it brings their property values down. Some worry that living next to
the restored Ennis will attract too many people and bring their property
Oh yes, many Wright houses have recently been bulldozed and
fully a quarter, or was it a third, are threatened.
Did I learn anything from this report? No.