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Winnie the Pooh Regains Cambridge Pied-à-Terre

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Winnie the Pooh has moved back into his Cambridge pied-à-terre. The beloved bear, who resides primarily in Sussex, England, lost the home rather abruptly two months ago: The tree next to Harvard's Science Center, where the beloved bear had lived off and on for several years, even surviving a spate of vandalism in October 2011, was chopped to pieces. At the time, it was reported that Pooh was house-hunting elsewhere in the People's Republic, though he appears to be enamored of the location of his once and future home. A new roof, door and signage can be found now at the stump of the old tree. No word yet on what Pooh paid to regain the home, though housing costs in the area are trending upward.

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