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New Yorkers Want Historic Property To Buy, Restore

This article first appeared in issue 12, and was written by George & Cate Trovato.

LETTER to the EDITOR

To Linda Waggener:

We are a husband and wife team of restoration professionals and artists, looking to move to Kentucky. We currently live in Newburgh, New York, and have our restored Victorian home on the market. We have spent the last few years researching different localities around the country to relocate to and have been very favorably impressed with your wonderful state.

We write to you in the hope that you can help us in some way with our quest for the perfect property and community. Our basic criteria are:

Commercial or industrial property

Historically significant building

Minimum of approximately 10,000 square feet of building space.

The present condition of the property is not a major concern. We can, and have, brought an amazing amount of archaic human technology back from the brink of oblivion. We intend on living and working out of our new location, and doing our part to preserve some of America's history.

We are educated, creative, motivated and hard working. We look forward to becoming active, contributing members of our new community both socially and economically.

If you know of any properties that fit our description, or can put us in touch with anyone who does, we will be eternally grateful.

We look forward to our next exploratory adventures to Kentucky this spring and our many new friendships that we are sure to follow.

Sincerely,

s/George & Cate Trovato

87 Broad Street

Newburgh, New York 12550

(914) 565-8343

The Trovato's won't find a community with opportunities which fit their requirements anywhere better than Columbia, KY. We would expect that interested parties will be contacting them in a short time. -Ed.



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