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  • Brenna Ondricka

    We love log houses, but this Queen Anne Victorian home is beautiful #Dream Home #Dream Houses|

  • Erin Davis

    Queen Anne Victorian home. i love victorian houses and i love wrap around porches. yes please.

  • Delva Gifford

    Queen Anne Victorian home. My dream home. With an indoor pool and nhl size hockey rink in the back yard. And someone pretty on the inside and and a couple small, new people to share it with! I can smell the ozone during a thunderstorm we all watch on the front porch curled up in a big comfy porch swing while sipping hot chocolate...

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