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Hanoia, Vietnam (AP) It’s a big house.
A big garage.
And a big pool.
But that’s not how it looks from the outside.
Inside, it’s all about a family of four.
They are in a house in Hanoie, the capital of Vietnam, that has been owned by a family since 1867.
It has been on the market for about $7 million.
The house is a replica of the one in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoien, but the owners say it’s more than that.
It’s about the life of a Vietnamese family, says Nguyen Thanh Nguyen, who is in charge of the project and is overseeing the renovations.
It’s about living the way the family wanted to, which is to have their own garden, their own house and their own backyard.
The garage and pool are still there.
The swimming pool is gone.
The house has been gutted and reconstructed, with the exception of a few original items.
It will be the second Hanoian house in Vietnam.
It was built in 1929, and the owners were a wealthy family.
The original house had a pool, and a swimming pool.
Today it’s a park, a popular hangout for families.
The original owners were American.
They had bought the house for $100,000 in 1867, and it was bought by the family in 1969, according to a brochure the Hanois bought years ago.
The family moved into the house after the war.
Nguyen Thanh says it was a huge project for the family.
«It took about five years to finish.
It took a lot of money, but it was the right decision for us,» he said.
It was the second house for the Nguyen family.
They have three more in Vietnam, and Nguyen Thang has a second home in New York.
It would be a nice house for a family, but they’re not living it right now.
They’re working on it.
Natalie Stott is a freelance writer based in New Jersey.