Well the wait is all most over. With work almost complete at the long dilapidated Ransom Gillis house, hundreds gathered for a sneak peek at the dramatic transformation the house has experienced.
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Nicole Curtis, the HGTV star and a Metro Detroit native, spent months renovating the house and opened its doors to the media and public on Sunday before it makes its debut Thursday on her popular “Rehab Addict” TV show.
By 2:30 p.m., the line to get in the house snaked from the steps of its porch to the sidewalk on Alfred Street to Brush and then down Edmund Place, up the other side and back to Brush, stopping just before Watson Street. The throng waiting to see the house was a mix of Curtis’ fans, other interested people and those gripped with professional curiosity.
McGill, 66, who got in line with her friend, Michelle Ross, was among the curious. Ross said she’s a fan of Curtis and her shows.
“I’ve follow her on ‘Rehab Addict’ and ‘Beach Flip,’ ” said Ross, 54, of Ypsilanti. “And both Ruby and I are also both interior designers. I’m interested to see what she what she did with the place.”
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