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USA Exploring An Early 20th Century Sandstone House In Kentucky, USA

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Video report from Kentucky in the United States. This is an early 20th century stone house that was ironically purchased recently by a stone quarry company adjacent to the property. This house is quite rugged and I don't believe much could bring it down, they would have to bring out their biggest wrecking ball for this one lol. Hope you all enjoy

 

 

 

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