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The 1914 James Buchanan Duke House

September 28, 2018
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Designed by architect Charles Christian Hook in 1914 for tycoon James Buchanan Duke, Lynnewood survives today much as it was when first constructed. Favorite parts? Those shutters! Also, those wonderful marble baseboards!

 

More information on the James Buchanan Duke house here.

 

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