Andee Vaughan, 36, who loves old houses and rents this one, enjoys the play of sunlight Monday in the Swalwell Cottage. Said to be Everett’s oldest standing house, it was completed in 1892, a year before the city was incorporated. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Andee Vaughan, 36, who loves old houses and rents this one, enjoys the play of sunlight Monday in the Swalwell Cottage. Said to be Everett’s oldest standing house, it was completed in 1892, a year before the city was incorporated. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

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