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I am aware of a sale in Champaign County, IL of a peg barn that had been completely redone. According to the Champaign County Property Tax info page, the buyers bought it in 2007 and made it into a single family home. It is 1.61 acres and sold 9/1/17 ...
I have come involved in an appraisal of a new construction house build around a cleaned and reassembled beam and peg barn frame. The owners have spent substantial money on quality materials in building this residence. Would anyone share some ideas and ...
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