Each week, we get dozens of emails from readers wondering what ever happened to the houses featured in our popular back page column, Save This Old House
. We know you're dying to find out if that bombed-out Richardsonian Romanesque in Kentucky ever found a new owner, or whether or not that endangered Creole cottage succumbed to the wrecking ball, or was swept up at the last minute by a preservation-minded buyer.
Ready to learn the fates of some of your favorite endangered houses? Here are the ones we featured in 2004...
Oh, and take note, bargain hunters: As a Proud Preservation Partner of Save This Old House
, Behr will help ease the way of fixing up an endangered house by providing up to 20 gallons of interior and/or exterior paint to the buyer of a house featured in 2010 in the magazine column—at no charge. For more details, write to email@example.com