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WHITEHALL ANTIQUES A Tuscan villa fifillled with over 7, 500 sq. ft. of fifinne antiques a treasure trove of unique items for your home or collection.
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Father-Daughter Team David & Elizabeth Lindquist
Card games are serious business for the family. Tracy was ahead in this game of “War.”
the big screen.” To ensure the boys’ safety, William and his friends “ate individual pizzas from Blaze Pizza, individual chips, individual cupcakes, and we also popped individual popcorn bags. [The] party gifts were masks from Nokona, the baseball glove [makers],” Tracy says. As for Tracy, she’s enjoyed watching the plant life flourish in the family’s yard. “We have some gerbera daisy plants as well as schefflera plants ... for foliage and greenery in our screened porch, [but] our gardenia bushes in the backyard … are my favorite when they bloom in the spring,” Tracy says. “They were planted with the house – but I love [them]! The smell is amazing.” – by Megan Pociask
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fter living in 12 different houses over 20 years, Laura Francini and Andrea Francini have finally found “the one” – a Craftsmanstyle house in Pittsboro’s Bingham Ridge. Laura and Andrea know a thing or two about patience and perseverance – they completed the New York City Marathon together after dating for six months and crossed the finish line holding hands. While they appreciated the walkability of their previous homes in towns such as Cornelius, North Carolina, or cities like Long Branch, New Jersey, Laura is grateful
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