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The metalwork on the King Residence stair appears dangerous to me. It seems as though clothing could get caught on any of several metal spikes shown in the photo, with the possibility of causing someone to trip or fall on the stair. And anyone (especially a child) who happened to accidently trip on the stair could be impaled or seriously injured on one of the sharp metal blades.

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Amazing one ! I am very much interested in Harpoon House as it is a highly-efficient, three-story dwelling on a small 50'x50' lot designed by the owner Matthew Kirkpatrick and his firm. This house is looking to be beautiful. I wish I will go there.

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