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The Veteran's Special House Project 2015
The 35th anniversary season of This Old House TV concludes with a special project, as the crew partners with Homes for Our Troops (HFOT) to build and outfit a house in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, for a wounded Iraq War veteran
The Lexington Colonial House 2015
As the 35th anniversary season of This Old House TV continues, general contractor Tom Silva and the crew will renovate the youngest house ever featured on the show: a 1966 Garrison Colonial, in Lexington, Massachusetts.
The Charlestown 2014 House 2014
For the 35th anniversary season of This Old House TV, the show's crew, led by general contractor Tom Silva, will restore an 1850 Greek Revival row house in Boston's historic Charlestown
The Arlington Italianate House 2014
For the 2013-2014 season of This Old House TV, the crew, led by general contractor Tom Silva, will renovate an 1872 Italianate in the historic Boston suburb of Arlington
Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013
This Old House TV heads to the coast of New Jersey to follow the post-Superstorm Sandy rebuilding efforts in three communities
The Essex House 2013
An unassuming cottage will get new life as a house that's designed for aging in place
The Cambridge 2012 House 2012
This Old House TV heads to a historic New England neighborhood to give a bland Queen Anne some Scandinavian style
The Barrington Beach House 2012
TOH TV heads to Rhode Island to restore a forlorn beach house with oceanfront views
The Bedford House 2011
TOH TV takes on the renovation of one of its oldest houses to date, a 1720 Georgian home listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Los Angeles House 2011
Norm and the entire This Old House TV crew are heading to Hollywood! Well, not exactly. But in 2011, the show will go to that fabled land of superstars and studio tours, stopping at its quieter and decidedly hipper cousin to the east, Silver Lake, home to the next project house.
The Auburndale House 2010
This ho-hum house along the Charles River will become a curb-appeal Cinderella— transformed into an architectural thing of beauty by the TOH crew
The Roxbury House 2010
For its 30th anniversary, TOH works with a nonprofit to renovate a foreclosed Second Empire for two deserving families
The Newton Centre House 2009
The renovation of a 1915 Dutch Colonial Revival in Newton Centre, a suburban community a few miles west of Boston, will kick off This Old House TV's 30th Anniversary season this fall.
The New York City House 2009
This Old House TV heads to the land of egg creams, stickball, and brownstones for a rowhouse remodel
The Weston House 2008
This Old House does new construction with a twist, helping build a prefab timber-frame house for a family of four.
New Orleans Rebuilds 2008
Post-Katrina, This Old House follows stories of rebuilding and recovery in New Orleans, while helping one fourth-generation resident of the Lower Ninth Ward return home by renovating her flood-damaged shotgun single.
Newton Shingle-Style House 2007
A family lets go of a house they've liked living in for a decade to renovate one they hope they'll love for an even longer time
The Austin House 2007
The renovation of a 1926 Craftsman Bungalow follows an eco-friendly path while adding space for a newly married couple with kids.
The East Boston House 2006
A worn out 1916 two-family house gets upgraded for two descendants of the original owners
The Washington, D.C. House 2006
This tough old building has survived everything, including crack-addicted squatters. Now it's returning to habitability as a 3-bed, 2-bath beauty.
The Cambridge House 2005
The latest TOH project is unlike any other we've tackled in 25 seasons. Built in 1950, this Modern house is tired, leaking, and historic. So, what's worth saving?
The Carlisle House 2004
To celebrate our 25th anniversary, This Old House purchased an 1849 Greek Revival farmhouse in a pastoral suburb of Boston. We'll give it the update it desperately needs, then hand it off to new owners to take into the twenty-first century.
The Bermuda House 2004
Pink sand beaches, tourists on mopeds, and men in shorts — that's the background for the latest This Old House project, as we take on the unique construction and renovation techniques that come with life on a remote island.
The Concord Cottage 2003
This Old House takes on adaptive reuse, as we convert a century-old barn, complete with horse stall, into a two-story jewel box of a home. It will be perfect for the in-laws today, and who knows who else in the future?
The Lake Forest Dream Kitchen 2003
When this brick Tudor was built in 1928, nobody was anticipating the needs of twenty-first-century triplets. This Old House will give the family a better layout, improved flow, and the elbow room they need.
The Winchester House 2002
Healthy but tired, the 1920's Colonial Revival in Winchester got an improved kitchen and master suite, an updated heating plant, and a cosmetic freshening inside and out.
The Manchester House 2001
On New England's north shore, This Old House gives grand rebirth to a once-stately, uniquely American Shingle-style house by the sea.
The West Palm Beach House 2001
Homeowner Rob Thompson and the This Old House team transformed this Mediterranean Revival-style house into a delightful tropical compound.
The Charlestown House 2000
This Old House heads back to the city for the renovation of an 1865 Second Empire-style brick townhouse in Boston's historic Charlestown neighborhood.
The Santa Barbara House 2000
The guys headed west for the winter to raise the roof on Jan Winford's 1907 Craftsman-style bungalow in sunny Santa Barbara.
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