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Lou Gehrig's fixer-upper awaits a buyer

Now a local preservationist hopes the house, not far from Yankee Stadium, can be restored and preserved in the style in which Gehrig fashioned it

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The back of 9 Meadow Lane, the house that Yankees great Lou Gehrig bought for his mother. He resided there with his parents while winning two World Series with the Yankees.

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THE Iron Horse had brass fixtures in his house. And galvanised steel wiring. He also had clapboard siding, parquet floors and a screened-in porch.

Lou Gehrig, the New York Yankees' iconic first baseman, bought the home in New Rochelle, New York, in December 1927, just two

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