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Former Osmond Home to be Demolished to Make Way for Development

Former Osmond Home to be Demolished to Make Way for Development



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(Ogden-AP) -- A home that once belonged to the famed Osmond family will soon be no more.

The home at 330 North Washington Boulevard in Ogden is one of four homes that will be demolished this fall to make way for commercial development.

Howard Creed and his wife Susan Packer now own the home that sits on one-point-six acres of land. Creed says he'll miss being able to walk to the drug store, the grocery store and the post office. But he says he won't miss the traffic that's doubled since a Wal-Mart moved into town.

The 18-hundred square foot home was built in 1914. It has a large attic which the Osmonds converted into a studio. The Osmonds also built a large room onto the back of the home, which Creed and Packer operate a business out of.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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