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  • Cambria home built to showcase Early Americana

    Cambria couple Bob and Susan Detweiler dedicated their entire home to their passion for Early American antiques. When the couple moved from Southern California to Cambria in 1998, they decided that the best way to showcase their collection would be to build a replica of a historic New England saltbox house.

Cambria couple Bob and Susan Detweiler dedicated their entire home to their passion for Early American antiques. When the couple moved from Southern California to Cambria in 1998, they decided that the best way to showcase their collection would be to build a replica of a historic New England saltbox house. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Cambria couple Bob and Susan Detweiler dedicated their entire home to their passion for Early American antiques. When the couple moved from Southern California to Cambria in 1998, they decided that the best way to showcase their collection would be to build a replica of a historic New England saltbox house. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Cambria couple designed their home to showcase Early American antiques

January 25, 2017 04:50 AM