Wednesday, May 18, 2011

A Fantasy Worthy of Roald Dahl

Is it true that the Terry-Gillette mansion on Union Street, the archetypal Italian villa, built from a pattern by Richard Upjohn considered by A. J. Downing to be "one of the most successful specimens of the Italian design in the United States," which was the Hudson Elks Lodge for the better part of the 20th century, is going to be converted into a high-end chocolate factory? Should we start looking for those golden tickets?

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