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301 Fisher Park Circle (Greensboro News & Record)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Just 18 months ago, years of accumulated clutter and overgrown foliage hid the beauty of this Fisher Park mansion, according to the Greensboro News & Record.

Now the property — the subject of an infamous episode on the A&E television reality series “Hoarders” — has new owners and a new lease on life.

Crews rapidly prepare it for its fast-approaching public debut as a designer showcase. Designers decorate its 31 rooms. Fresh sod and plantings cover its 1.6 acres.

“It will be really beautiful,” said Eric Fuko-Rizzo, one of the mansion’s new owners, referring to the home at 301 Fisher Park Circle.

For three weeks, starting Saturday, owners Eric and Michael Fuko-Rizzo and Preservation Greensboro will welcome the public to the historic Julian Price house, built in 1929 for the president of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. (now Lincoln Financial Group).

Read full story: The Greensboro News & Record

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