Penwern - The Next Chapter

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Mark Hertzberg
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Penwern - The Next Chapter

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Read about the latest work being done at Penwern at www.wrightinracine.com

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Post by Roderick Grant »

It is wonderful what the Majors have done at Penwern.
Do they need a winter home in Phoenix?
There's a nice circular house on the market, with room for an orange grove.

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Post by Mark Hertzberg »

Who was the architect, Roderick? :)
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Post by Roderick Grant »

I'm not sure, but I think his first name was Fred.

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Name was Fred

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No. Fred's design was called "Pinworm"

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