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A multi-level frame home, a recognizable feature of North Main Street at the corner of Sixth, was demolished this week, leaving a big pile of rubbish where the structure once stood. Built in 1890, the historic home had been unoccupied for a long period and went into foreclosure earlier this year. The property’s current owner, Rick Harrell, said he plans to use the lot for a garden. The property adjoins the home of Harrell and his wife, Frances, on two sides. Harrell said his grandfather originally owned the property in the early 1900s, but since then it has passed through a series of owners. (TWMcL photo)
SoVaNow.com / August 22, 2013

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