Four friends, from left, Josh Despain, Bennett Clark, Ryan Clark and Michael Hogan spent 16 months and several hundred thousand dollars renovating the circa 1889 mansion at 515 North Broadway that was filled with trash and animal waste when a lender foreclosed on the previous owner last year. They sat on the front porch Oct. 9 with a photo of the house taken when they bought it. After a complete renovation, the house is now for sale for $1.2 million.
Four friends, from left, Josh Despain, Bennett Clark, Ryan Clark and Michael Hogan spent 16 months and several hundred thousand dollars renovating the circa 1889 mansion at 515 North Broadway that was filled with trash and animal waste when a lender foreclosed on the previous owner last year. They sat on the front porch Oct. 9 with a photo of the house taken when they bought it. After a complete renovation, the house is now for sale for $1.2 million. Herald-Leader
Four friends, from left, Josh Despain, Bennett Clark, Ryan Clark and Michael Hogan spent 16 months and several hundred thousand dollars renovating the circa 1889 mansion at 515 North Broadway that was filled with trash and animal waste when a lender foreclosed on the previous owner last year. They sat on the front porch Oct. 9 with a photo of the house taken when they bought it. After a complete renovation, the house is now for sale for $1.2 million. Herald-Leader

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