grover cleveland's boyhood home
Photo: Geoffrey Gross
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June 2003 Colonial

Location: Clinton, New York
Status: Saved!

Grover Cleveland's boyhood home was purchased by a contractor, who was willing to put in the time and energy to save it. While he preserved the original brickwork and chimneys, he also built an addition, doubling the square footage and allowing space for a new kitchen, laundry room, and upstairs bedroom.
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