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Villa Preservation Foundation

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A non profit group is trying to save the 130 year old home on Augusta Street that is up for sale. Really freightening that in this day and age, any developer would consider destroying such a major piece of Greenville's history. My question, being a 130 year old home, can't a historic designation by the city, state, etc by applied to protect it? How are historic designations applied?

Article from GV News:

http://www.greenvilleonline.com/apps/pbcs....INESS/810020318

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My question, being a 130 year old home, can't a historic designation by the city, state, etc by applied to protect it? How are historic designations applied?

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Save the Villa website

Look at the pictures of this home, on the website listed above. It would be a TRAGEDY to lose a house with this history, beauty, craftsmanship and character.

Hopefully, the community will come together to save it. It would be criminal to put a wrecking ball to this masterpiece.

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