An Historic Home Renovation
go here Built in the 1860’s, this home was a typical “New Englander” with old wiring, outdated systems and unfinished outbuildings. The owners chose to bring it up to date, expand the living space for a large family (and guests) and add contemporary features while maintaining the feel of “an old house”.
http://acrossaday.com/?search=iv-lasix-push Due to extensive rot, a rear “ell” had to be demolished. However, the entire renovation and updating of systems were designed to take the eventual replacement of this section into account.
http://buy-generic-clomid.com Features in this home now include:
- Floors of reclaimed white oak barn boards
- Vermont slate floors in the mudroom and baths
- An oversized gourmet kitchen (with the island surface made from the floor of an antique freight train).
- A completely finished attic with pine floors, skylights, built-ins and a full bath