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After buying historic home, Md. officials find it wasn't really Uncle Tom's Cabin
In 2006, at the height of the housing bubble, Montgomery County paid $1 million to buy a two-story colonial in North Bethesda with a log cabin jutting out on one side. The house had been on the market only a couple of months, but county officials felt compelled to act quickly: This might be their...
By Annys Shin
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