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Nearly two years into the renovation of her DC row house, Benny has had many headaches but few regrets.
The health care researcher, who prefers not to use her real name, bought the 1901 row house in Capitol Hill with her husband in December 2007.
They had been renting part of the three-story, three-bedroom property when their landlords put it up for sale, and they jumped at the chance to buy.
See the rest of the story via dc.urbanturf.com
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