Our Old House Story
Every old house has a story to tell, which is part of the appeal for those of us who love old homes; however, owning an old home is not for the faint of heart and those without the deep pockets to ensure its survival for future generations. In this issue, Kaitlin Servant shares her personal experiences painstakingly restoring her “Very Old House,” The White House Historical Association shares the story behind “Building the White House,” Colonial Williamsburg shares how dating and preservation can lead to a story change, and we share the stories behind five of the oldest homes still in existence in America. That and so much more in this month’s pages…
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