How to say this is the house in which the poet lived in his childhood. in Japanese

1)これはこれは(koreha) (exp) as for this/hey there/see here/i say、(、) Japanese commaそのその(sono) (n,n-suf) that/garden/orchard/park/plantation/place/location詩人詩人(shijin) (n) poetが(ga) (prt) indicates sentence subject/indicates possessive/but/however/still/and子ども子ども(kodomo) (n) child/childrenの(no) (prt) indicates possessive/nominalizes verbs and adjectives/substitutes for "ga" in subordinate phrases/indicates a confident conclusion/ indicates emotional emphasis/indicates questionころころ(koro) (n) roller/runner/dried whale blubber住んno dictionary result, likely a conjigated verbno dictionary result, likely a conjigated verbで(de) (prt) indicates location of action/at/in/indicates time of action/indicates means of action/cause of effect/by/and then/so/indicates continuing action/ indicates certainty, emphasis, etc.いたいた(ita) (int) ouch/ow家(ie) (n) house/residence/dwelling/family/household/lineage/family nameですです(desu) (aux) be/is/are。(。) Japanese period "."    
koreha 、 sono shijin ga kodomo nokoro sun deita ie desu 。
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