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Revival Kitchen in a Queen Anne

nce tired and lacking character, this large, 19th-century Queen Anne house was extensively renovated, and its exterior beautifully restored and polychromed. Architect Frank Shirley, of Cambridge, Mass., also designed a new garage in Queen Anne style for the property. Interior

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