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Haunted by history

City: Renovating historic properties not as hard as people may think
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
Lincoln Jarrett, a musician and carpenter, wants to restore his rental at 262 East Third Avenue, but he worries he may be stymied by historical-preservation rules.
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
Damage to the front steps of a historic house at 262 East Third Avenue may be from tree roots.
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
The historic front entrance to the house.
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
The roof of the historic house is close to the neighboring home. The proximity snuffed out an earlier effort to replace the shingle roof with a metal one.

Haunted by history

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DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
Lincoln Jarrett, a musician and carpenter, wants to restore his rental at 262 East Third Avenue, but he worries he may be stymied by historical-preservation rules.
Purchase
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
Damage to the front steps of a historic house at 262 East Third Avenue may be from tree roots.
Purchase
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
The historic front entrance to the house.
Purchase
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald
The roof of the historic house is close to the neighboring home. The proximity snuffed out an earlier effort to replace the shingle roof with a metal one.
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