Deal near in effort to save house

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Posted: September 13, 2013

The Winchester Star

This home, at 414 S. Braddock St., has been a sore point with the city since it was damaged in a 1984 fire and damage has not been completely repaired. It was built in 1881, and the city has moved to demolish it unless repairs are made.historic nature of the house, built in 1881, GAVIS59913 --AREA-- 9/9/2013 Engineering firms and legal representatives for the City of Winchester and the owners of 414 S. Braddock St., pictured, inspected the Second Empire archetectural-style house on Monday. The house, owned by Martin and Claudette Gavis, has been labeled a public nuisance by the city because of structural concerns. --GINGER PERRY-- (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — A deal has been negotiated that could result in the restoration of a historic but deteriorated city home instead of its demolition.

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