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This two-and-a-half story, 11,600-square-foot Queen Anne occupies an entire city block in Astoria, Oregon. Built in 1886 for Captain George Flavel, a river bar pilot and prominent local businessman, the home has beautifully withstood its trying history. Having survived a fire that claimed most of downtown Astoria in 1922, the house was then nearly bulldozed twice to make way for recreational space and a parking lot. Both times the community rallied to save the building, which is now a historic house museum, from an untimely fate.
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