This house dates from the 1700s. It was remarkably intact, but in disrepair. Roofs and floors sagged. Everything needed to be repaired or rescued, but we wanted to retain as much of the original spirit - and materials - as possible. We renovated the house from top to bottom, and raised the roof on the lower addition. Original post and beam structure remains visible throughout the interior. This house dates from the 1700s. It was remarkably intact, but in disrepair. Roofs and floors sagged. Everything needed to be repaired or rescued, but we wanted to retain as much of the original spirit - and materials - as possible. We renovated the house from top to bottom, and raised the roof on the lower addition. Original post and beam structure remains visible throughout the interior. BEFORE This house dates from the 1700s. It was remarkably intact, but in disrepair. Roofs and floors sagged. Everything needed to be repaired or rescued, but we wanted to retain as much of the original spirit - and materials - as possible. We renovated the house from top to bottom, and raised the roof on the lower addition. Original post and beam structure remains visible throughout the interior. This house dates from the 1700s. It was remarkably intact, but in disrepair. Roofs and floors sagged. Everything needed to be repaired or rescued, but we wanted to retain as much of the original spirit - and materials - as possible. We renovated the house from top to bottom, and raised the roof on the lower addition. Original post and beam structure remains visible throughout the interior. BEFORE

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This house dates from the 1700s. It was remarkably intact, but in disrepair. Roofs and floors sagged. Everything needed to be repaired or rescued, but we wanted to retain as much of the original spirit – and materials – as possible.

We renovated the house from top to bottom, and raised the roof on the lower addition. Original post and beam structure remains visible throughout the interior.