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On the stairway of the courthouse in August 1921, Hatfield and his deputy, Ed Chambers, were gunned down by Baldwin-Felts agents.
Agent: Nancy Watt, Hunt Real Estate ERA Photo: Rachel Lusky $1.1 million Erie, Pa. Seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, three half-baths This 6,802-square-foot Tudor-style home overlooks Presque Isle Bay and has a private stairway to the beach.
In addition, the building lacked an automatic fire-sprinkler system and had only a single stairway to get out.
Some runners believe the steps, just under a mile long and so steep that climbing them is the equivalent of going up the stairway of a 50-story building, are the toughest part of the 7½-mile race from Mill Valley to the ocean.
Take the stairway to the basement to visit the music section.
Child Proof Your Home Make all child-safety preparations in advance, such as covering electrical outlets, moving lamps and vases away from table edges and making provisions to block stairways to prevent hazardous falls.
Instead of a traditional one, Lisa created a flat-lay tree on the wall of the stairway's landing.
Harry Potter fans would love the hidey-hole under the stairway, decorated by young friend Lucy Scott every year.
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