I don't think the question fits the situation. I think you should be able to do what you want to your home..if you're going to live in it and make it your home. I think the preservationists didn't step in before because the house was still in the family up until this point. They didn't have a reason to step in. And what of the granddaughters? They're the ones that sold it. They didn't disclose the significance of the property or inquire as to what was going to happen to the property after they sold it. Sounds like they don't care about their grandfather's legacy for the buck. I think the house should stay.
Should Preservationists Have a Say in What You Can Do with Your Home?
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