Find Out What Happened to Your Favorite 'Save TOH' Houses

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 1900 Queen Anne survived the wrecking ball, or if that eye-catching Kentucky farmhouse ever found a new owner. Some of the houses we featured last year did in fact find new owners—owners who are at work painstakingly restoring them right now. Others were not so lucky.

So, are you ready to learn the fates of last year's STOH superstars? Keep clicking.

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 2011 in the magazine column—at no charge. For more details, write to toh_marketing@timeinc.com
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