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T hroughout the eighteenth and early nineteenth century, houses of Georgian Federal and Greek Revival styles were built as the newly arrived Europeans populated the continental wilderness. Numerous sketches, prints and paintings, contemporary historic recollections and existing structures memorialize the construction of these houses even as Native American culture continued to thrive in their precincts. This Allan Greenberg Northern California domicile is at home with these eminent forebears. ���In this job I had truly remarkable and wonderful clients, so the job from start to finish was a joy.��� This sentiment augured well: this Allan Greenberg designed house recently sold for $117 million, the highest price on record in the history of the United States. It is a testimony to the persistent value placed on the finest traditional architecture. Although every bit as impressive as Edith Wharton���s the Mount, Washington D.C.���s Tudor Place and Maine���s Hamilton House, in this remarkable house, Greenberg HYLAND

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