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DavidC
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Video: Westcott documentary promo

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SDR
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Fresh and vital views of the property, inside and out. Nice. It's lovely to see something made new . . .

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Roderick Grant
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Westcott is sumptuously beautiful. The simplicity of the art glass in the lay light, clerestory and bookcase doors is more to my liking than the extravagant, almost fussy, patterns of Dana or Martin. That it has been restored so beautifully is a tribute to Springfield.

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Magnificent...

Roderick Grant
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I've got to get off the stick and go to Ohio. Westcott is a wonderful house.

Was the development of the adjacent properties ever resolved, those houses on the next street over that were to be demolished for a Zen garden, or some such thing?

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