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Remaking history: A 1920s bungalow updated with second story

Original post made on Jul 14, 2021

Remodeling a home on the National Register of Historic Places is a bit like building a house inside an eggshell: That's what Palo Altans Hui Tan and Fan Yang discovered when they decided to add a second story to their 1920s bungalow.

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