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John Callahan's Wilwood Crest cottage
Posted on Fri, Aug 13, 2010
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A Shore retreat for four generations

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When Rob Mitchell bought the home in winter 2011, he was drawn in by four features: the double-wide floorplan, the single nature of the townhouse, the Old City vibe and the excellent outdoor spaces, including views of the Ben Franklin Bridge and Delaware River.