• NC house once featured on ‘Hoarders' can't be B&B, city board says

    By: Margaret Moffett, Triad Business Journal

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    GREENSBORO, N.C. - The city of Greensboro’s Zoning Commission has turned down a request to turn a local home once featured on the TV show “Hoarders” into a tourist home or bed and breakfast.

    The Greensboro News & Record reports that on Monday, the commission voted 4 to 3 to deny a request from Michael and Eric Fuko-Rizzo to rent rooms at the mansion at 301 Fisher Park Circle.

    The Fuko-Rizzos have 30 days to appeal the decision to Guilford County Superior Court.

    The home, designed by renown architect Charles Hartmann in 1928, sits in the Fisher Park neighborhood, one of three historic districts in the city. In April, the Greensboro Historic Preservation Commission determined that their request is compatible with the existing Fisher Park Historic District and recommended that the city approve the plan.

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    Staff members in the city’s planning and zoning departments also recommended approval, a city report shows.

    Read the full story and check out photos of the home.

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