In April 2011, Dr. George and Tiffiney Veloudis (right) installed an enclosed playhouse for their son Cooper (being carried) at their then-home in the Andover Forest subdivision, a structure which was prohibited by restrictions on the homeowners' deeds.
In April 2011, Dr. George and Tiffiney Veloudis (right) installed an enclosed playhouse for their son Cooper (being carried) at their then-home in the Andover Forest subdivision, a structure which was prohibited by restrictions on the homeowners' deeds. ©2011
In April 2011, Dr. George and Tiffiney Veloudis (right) installed an enclosed playhouse for their son Cooper (being carried) at their then-home in the Andover Forest subdivision, a structure which was prohibited by restrictions on the homeowners' deeds. ©2011

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