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Spanish Revival houses evoke old-world charm

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After they moved to an Englewood, N.J., Tudor in the 1980s, Lorraine and Lewis Baer occasionally passed a large stucco house with a red tile roof on North Woodland Avenue. Lorraine would look at it and say, "That's the house I really wanted." In 1991, she got her wish when the couple purchased the home from New York Cosmos soccer star Giorgio Chinaglia. The eight-bedroom house is an example of the Spanish Revival style, which ...


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