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New life for this old Sweet Briar house

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Posted: Friday, May 30, 2014 10:59 pm

A 260-year-old dismantled home stored in a Sweet Briar College barn will be reconstructed in a location similar to its original setting.

Janis and Sam Roskelley, a couple with connections to Amherst County, are set to rebuild the 18th-century historic home, known as Tusculum, in the Forks of Buffalo area.

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