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Haven: The Grassos'
Posted on Fri, Jul 30, 2010
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Making a long-held dream come true at the Jersey Shore
Vic and Alicia Grasso bought a circa 1950s beach bungalow in North Cape May, by the bay. They took it down to the studs, put in a 19-foot cathedral ceiling, put in a custom kitchen with a Bertazzoni red range and custom lighting design, and adorned the 19 foot walls with a ton of Vic's art. And they did it all themselves. (Clem Murray / Staff Photographer)
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