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When eight makes great: 3 historic octagonal houses for sale

Don’t be a square! Welcome back to Period Dramas, a weekly column that alternates between rounding up historic homes on the market and answering questions we’ve always had about older structures. There are a few things that the houses we profile in this space have in common: They all are old, they all have fireplaces, and they all are rectangular (or some amalgamation of rectangular boxes stacked atop or attached alongside each other).
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