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The march of the McMansions

In countless Boston suburbs, the green movement and even the recession have been unable to halt the practice of demolishing Capes and ranches to make way for monster-size homes.

LIVING XXL Radcliffe Road in Weston has seen many of its modest, older homes replaced by massive specimens such as this one. LIVING XXL Radcliffe Road in Weston has seen many of its modest, older homes replaced by massive specimens such as this one. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Kris Frieswick
July 18, 2010

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In countless Boston suburbs, the green movement and even the recession have been unable to halt the practice of demolishing Capes and ranches to make way for monster-size homes. (Full article: 3490 words)

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