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These walls tell a story

It might seem a little ghoulish, but a house that was riddled with bullets in the American Civil War was still being lived in as a family home right up to 1969.

After an intense battle near Fredericksburg, Virginia, ‘Innis House’ was left barely standing, but was patched up and remained a private residence until the ‘60s, when it was it was acquired by the National Park Service (NPS), who discovered not only bullet holes and shrapnel damage, but also layers of old newspapers and wartime graffiti, including names and regiments of soldiers in the battle. It has now been preserved as an historic monument.

About Adam Nobel

CEO | Principal
M. Bus, Grad Dip Adv, B.Int Bus, LREA

adam@hugoalexander.com.au

0417 007 001

Adam is the founder and Principal of Hugo Alexander Property Group. With a previous career in advertising, 22 years experience in property investment, and 16 years in Brisbane real estate, he knows the market inside out to ensure his clients grow their wealth faster.

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