The large colonial home and rental unit that Stephen Wrinn, the husband of Democratic senatorial candidate Deborah Ross, purchased in Raleigh’s Boylan Heights historic district in 1992 before they married. The couple later spent $386,000 renovating the home and rental unit, qualifying for $131,000 in state and federal tax credits.
The large colonial home and rental unit that Stephen Wrinn, the husband of Democratic senatorial candidate Deborah Ross, purchased in Raleigh’s Boylan Heights historic district in 1992 before they married. The couple later spent $386,000 renovating the home and rental unit, qualifying for $131,000 in state and federal tax credits. Files of North Carolina Historic Preservation Office
The large colonial home and rental unit that Stephen Wrinn, the husband of Democratic senatorial candidate Deborah Ross, purchased in Raleigh’s Boylan Heights historic district in 1992 before they married. The couple later spent $386,000 renovating the home and rental unit, qualifying for $131,000 in state and federal tax credits. Files of North Carolina Historic Preservation Office

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