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October 28, 1989 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-28

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DLYNNE

BINkiH ANI

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"While most of us have to content ourselves
with realizing but a fraction of what we aspire
to, a handful of Americans have had the
imagination, the intelligence, the cash, the
arrogance and most of all the singular,
obsessive passion to build houses that go far
beyond the ordinary definitions of shelter."

G le n Ca lv in Moo n

Robert A.M. Stern
Architect

Important homes make a statement.

Built by Jensen, designed by Robert A.M. Stern, homes that demonstrate
unprecedented passion for the art of living. Woodlynne is the harmonic
blending of land, home, and gardens in an environment that is in complete
concert with its natural setting. Featured home offered at $1,350,000.

DAVID JENSEN

CO R PO R A T I 0 N

595 South Eton, Birmingham, MI 48009-9998 313-540-4880

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