House by Apprentice Foster Rhodes Jackson, Claremont, CA

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Craig
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House by Apprentice Foster Rhodes Jackson, Claremont, CA

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https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/4111 ... 4184_zpid/

No mention of the architect, the original client artist Lindley Mixon or its subsequent owner singer, songwriter Norma Tanega. This must be the laziest realtor in town as revealed by the exterior photos, one of which includes a pair of toilets for a disabled person. The lack of interior images doesn't bode well...
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Roderick Grant
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Re: House by Apprentice Foster Rhodes Jackson, Claremont, CA

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1.11 acres is all the property has to offer. That's all a property needs to offer in this state.

Craig
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Re: House by Apprentice Foster Rhodes Jackson, Claremont, CA

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And plenty of rocks as highlighted in the listing. Seriously though, that canted entry door is interesting. I wonder if it take some getting used to having to pull harder to gain entry. I would love to see some interior photographs.
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