Large Water Mill House Demolished In Fire - 27 East

Large Water Mill House Demolished In Fire

author on Jan 26, 2012
Reached by phone separately Friday afternoon, Michael Polacco and Paul H. Fried, the owners of the Water Mill mansion, both said they were shocked by the fire.

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