On purchasing in 1997 this twenty-room shingle-clad house that had fallen into near ruins, Mark Reynolds launched a six-year campaign to restore it. In 2003, the National Trust for Historic Preservation awarded Reynolds their first prize for the result of his exterior renovation.
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