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“In California’s Bay Area, a more than 100-year-old Tudor-style manor that looks as though it’s been plucked straight from the English countryside is headed to the market later this March for $13 million.
Built in 1918, the recently refurbished Jacobethan Revival estate is in Piedmont, a small city in the Golden State’s Alameda County that’s totally surrounded by the city of Oakland. It was designed by prominent local architect Albert L. Farr, who worked on buildings throughout the Bay Area.”
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