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February 28, 2015 6:00 AM

Houseguest: Couple take dwelling from foreclosure to midcentury marvel for less than $80,000

Kathy Corrigan finally convinced her husband, Mark Corrigan, to buy a dilapidated house in foreclosure so they could renovate it to their hearts’ content. The result is a modern ode to midcentury design.

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