Greene and Greene-inspired

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Paul Ringstrom
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Greene and Greene-inspired

Post by Paul Ringstrom »

$3.675 million, 7,000 sf

Just a guess, but the trim carpenter retired after this job.

https://www.oregonlive.com/realestate/2 ... -2020.html
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SDR
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Re: Greene and Greene-inspired

Post by SDR »

Thanks, Paul. This follow-up, on the same site, isn't bad either. Find original house at the bottom of the page. Go, Portland . . .!

https://www.oregonlive.com/realestate/2 ... llion.html

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