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  • This home was built in 1907 and has original fireplaces and leaded-glass windows.

    Homes With Opening Bids of $500,000 or Less

  • Prudential Select Properties This Cleveland home has original fireplaces and leaded-glass windows.

    Homes With Opening Bids of $500,000 or Less

  • My apartment was a tall efficient box of exposed brick and leaded-glass windows that buzzed when trucks drove past, cool in the summer and cold in the winter, with a fire escape overlooking garbage cans.

    So Much Pretty

  • Clear, leaded-glass windows and wooden doors are being made.

    Theorized Reconstruction of a 17th Century Jesuit Church in America

  • It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as two fireplaces, many leaded-glass windows and a backyard.

    Tudor Living

  • There are two fireplaces, many leaded-glass windows and a back yard.

    Some Tudor-style homes

  • Other notable sales included a $350,000 leaded-glass ceiling, a $75,000 stained-glass peacock, and the Tavern's piano, a decades-old "fixture" at the restaurant, which sold for $5,500.

    Tavern on the Green 'Sale of Memories' Concludes

  • Wallace stared through the thin curtain covering the leaded-glass window, seemingly deep in thought.

    Bodily Harm

  • The driveway inclined and veered to the left, the lawn outlined by subtle Japanese garden lamps, and proceeded past the front entrance to a three-story, Colonial-style brick home with three white dormer windows protruding from the roof and leaded-glass windows.

    Bodily Harm

  • It had a window seat, like my room at home, and a round, leaded-glass window with a view that stretched across the entire farm.

    The Haunted

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