Project Eppstein Has Been Completed!

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So nice to see this finished and available on Air BnB.

I saw this before any restoration had started and this sure is a massive improvement.
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House stay

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Had a pleasant stay there this past summer,

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Any observations---design, construction, atmosphere . . . compared to other Usonians, perhaps ?

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