Curtis D. Harris, BS, CGREA, REB
Associate Degree in Architecture, LACCBachelor of Science in Real Estate, CSULA
State Certified General Appraiser
Real Estate Broker
ASTM E-2018 Commercial Real Estate Inspector
HUD 203k Consultant
HUD/FHA Real Estate Appraiser/Reviewer
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Subject: New Historic Properties for Sale This Spring
Spring is the season of new beginnings. Find yours in one of the historic homes below.JoinRenewDonateSlow down and kick back in this gorgeous stone Pennsylvania farmhouse. Set on 4.4 acres next to Big Spring Creek, it combines the beauty of farm country with top-of-the-line modern comforts.
This brick Georgian Colonial in Maryland will take you all the way back to the 18th century with much of its original exterior still intact, plus three levels and four fireplaces.
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This three-story Colonial defines elegant urban living with a marble fireplace, three bedrooms, and even a 714-square-foot accessible roof—right in the heart of Baltimore’s Federal Hill neighborhood.
Head to historic Monroe, North Carolina, for this five-bedroom, four-bath Neoclassical home. With a columned portico, hardwood floors, and an oak-shaded front yard, it’s got it all.
The beauty of upstate New York is calling with this 1795 Federal-style home, complete with three beds, three baths, and a beautiful Vermont marble facade.
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The dream fixer-upper, this 1839 Kentucky home built by Senator John Pope has plenty of its original Federal-style flair. All it needs now is some love.
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