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  1. #11
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    Very cool shot Frank, and nice work Don. So what is the back story on the house? interesting structure, uncommon detail in the scalloped? woodwork of the dormers, and the addition of the wooden leaves/hearts? to the trim, one or two upstairs floors?
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  2. #12
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    Here is part of the history of the house. IT was in the magazine Werid New Jersey. I posted the link with the first post but the link is down.

    Frank


    The chair on a roof referenced in another listing is actually in Eagleswood Township, just south of the State Police Barracks. The building was constructed as a Victorian (or Edwardian)folly to hide a water tower in Holgate, on Long Beach Island. The building was eventually barged across the bay and placed in the current position. The chair, which sits on the flat roof of a very small room at the top of the house, was put there as a gag by a previous owner.
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