After the Board of Adjustment overturned an approval for this modernist house on Euclid Street in the historic Oakwood neighborhood. Board members say the Raleigh Historic Commission’s guidelines were not properly considered when the plans were approved.
After the Board of Adjustment overturned an approval for this modernist house on Euclid Street in the historic Oakwood neighborhood. Board members say the Raleigh Historic Commission’s guidelines were not properly considered when the plans were approved. ccampbell@newsobserver.com
After the Board of Adjustment overturned an approval for this modernist house on Euclid Street in the historic Oakwood neighborhood. Board members say the Raleigh Historic Commission’s guidelines were not properly considered when the plans were approved. ccampbell@newsobserver.com

Controversial modernist Oakwood house headed to court

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