Jenny and Chuck Schmoeger are the fifth owners of the O’Farrell House, built 125 years ago. “We kind of feel like we’re just caretakers of this house,” Chuck said. “The house is a joy to live in.” Jenny added, “We love it.” The Schmoegers are downsizing.
Jenny and Chuck Schmoeger are the fifth owners of the O’Farrell House, built 125 years ago. “We kind of feel like we’re just caretakers of this house,” Chuck said. “The house is a joy to live in.” Jenny added, “We love it.” The Schmoegers are downsizing. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Jenny and Chuck Schmoeger are the fifth owners of the O’Farrell House, built 125 years ago. “We kind of feel like we’re just caretakers of this house,” Chuck said. “The house is a joy to live in.” Jenny added, “We love it.” The Schmoegers are downsizing. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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