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Faux French mansions changing our suburbs



Buyers were invited by the selling agency to “be romanced” by its garden and “elegant portico”, and impressed by the “absolute rarity” of the opportunity to secure property in a “parkland cul-de-sac position in a blue-ribbon locale”.The 19 Second Avenue property sold 45 days later for $2m, CoreLogic records show.By January 2020, it was back on the market again asking more than double that — $4.3-$4.5m — and looking entirely different.
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