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Read moreThe story behind the gorgeous home, which is now home to the owner of a beautiful, two-story home in rural Illinois.
The house, called the Dauphin, was built in 1926 and was designed by a real estate developer, Henry B. Dauf, Jr. A beautiful home is not something that a developer can design for and make affordable, so the Daurin family had to find a way to create a home that could serve as a beautiful symbol of the farm.
“It was a beautiful opportunity to be able to bring our story to life in a beautiful place,” said Daup.
“I felt it was an opportunity to create something for people to look forward to.”
The house itself was designed to be a symbol of good fortune and good fortune’s gifts.
“The house was designed with a very strong focus on beauty,” said Sarah Dauff, the house’s architect.
“We wanted to create this home that would be as beautiful as the land.”
The Daurins used a combination of wood, stone, and brick to create the house.
They also used stone to construct the outside walls and the interior of the house, and then coated the brick to look like the real wood.
The bricks and stones are made from local materials, like limestone and marble.
The house also features an original stone fireplace, original marble flooring, and a vintage wooden cabinet.
Dauff said the house was one of the first to be built by a family in the United States, and it was one that made a huge impact on the Daugherty family.
For Dauchins daughter, the Daunys, it was a big deal to be at home.
“It is a huge deal to have this place that I grew up in,” said Mary Dauncey.
“The fact that it is in rural areas that the people have always lived in, it’s really a wonderful place.”
Mary said she’s not surprised that the Daehns had such a big impact on their neighborhood.
“I always think about how it feels to be surrounded by nature,” she said.
“It was just a really special experience to be out here with my family and see how it all came together.”