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Houses hawked on bikeway

Homeowners take advantage of high volume of passersby

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / November 6, 2005

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Forget about putting the house ''For Sale" sign on the front lawn. For Carolyn Barmeier and Myron Davis, the decision was easy: Plant the sign in the backyard. The Lexington couple lives at 23 Byron Ave., along the Minuteman Bikeway, which, with 2 million users annually, is the nation's second most traveled recreational trail. (Full article: 1228 words)

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