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January 4, 2011 in City
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Arbor Crest has finished reconstruction of the landmark Cliff House, one year after a devastating fire gutted the old historic structure. Most everything on the ground floor, including the rocks and sliding garage door, is original.

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“Shlep, The Protector,” greets Arbor Crest general manager, Jim van Loben Sels, at the top of the upper residence level of the rebuilt landmark Cliff House. “Shlep” survived the devastating fire and was restored.

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Restored 1924 looking light fixtures were purchased to accent the kitchen and tasting bar on the first floor of the newly rebuilt landmark Cliff House. Arbor Crest general manager Jim van Loben Sels says the Cliff House will be open for public viewing each weekend in Janaury from noon until 5:00 pm.

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The newly reconstructed Cliff House features a natural gas fireplace in the family room. The old historic structure has been rebuilt one year after a devasting fire gutted the building.

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“Shelp, The Protector,” greets visitors to the 3rd floor residence level of the newly reconstructed landmark Cliff House. Arbor Crest general manager, Jim van Loben Sels, says the Cliff House will be open each weekend in January from noon until 5:00 pm for public viewing.