This Watauga Street brick home, center, dates to 1989. The Oak City Preservation Alliance says it’s a good example of new construction that blends in with the historic – something the group wants city regulations to encourage.
This Watauga Street brick home, center, dates to 1989. The Oak City Preservation Alliance says it’s a good example of new construction that blends in with the historic – something the group wants city regulations to encourage. ccampbell@newsobserver.com
This Watauga Street brick home, center, dates to 1989. The Oak City Preservation Alliance says it’s a good example of new construction that blends in with the historic – something the group wants city regulations to encourage. ccampbell@newsobserver.com

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