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        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts
        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts

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        White Cliffs Mansion: Local Historic Preservation Efforts

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        White Cliffs mansion in Northborough, Massachusetts is a prime example of local preservation efforts in lieu of eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1886, the 18,865 square foot Queen Anne mansion sits on six and a half acres an hour east of Boston in a town of 14,000 people. As an esteemed attraction in Northborough, the mansion has been used as a private residence and since 1985 as a wedding venue. The property has recently gained attention from state and local historic preservation commissions because it is in jeopardy of being demolished.

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        • TypePresentation, Case Study
        • PriceFree
        • FormatPDF
        • Size3.53 MB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedabout 2 years ago
        • AuthoredApr 03, 2015
        • Added byKatelyn Weber
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