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Peek inside one of Green Street's oldest homes
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The Smith-Palmour-Estes House, built around 1888, is a Queen Anne style structure characterized by its gingerbread detail exterior at 446 Green St. in Gainesville. Today Brightstone Transitions, a transitional program for young adults with disabilities, owns the house. - photo by Scott Rogers
While its residents are of the present day, the Smith-Palmour-Estes House at 446 Green St. continues to be inhabited just as James Whitfield Smith intended when he built the home in 1888.