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November 15, 2012 4:25 PM

Great-niece transforms house, unchanged since 1957

For the longest time, the yard was crowded with overgrown trees, the windows were dark and covered, and antebellum columns evoked tales untold. The house at Lansdowne Drive and Tates Creek Road, a 1950s showplace, had sat frozen in time for more than 50 years, until a great-niece and her family gave it a much-needed update to make it their home.

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