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With the help of Julia Child, Marian Morash, Ethan Allen and Laura Ashley, to name a few, This Old House turned an Antique Colonial farmhouse into a dream house.
The This Old House crew transformed a small 1887 Victorian cottage into a summer home with year-round capabilities.
A neglected circa 1784 Federal rejoined the ranks of other historic homes in Salem, Massachusetts.
Steve and Norm head to a 1906 farmhouse inCalifornia’s Napa Valley. The house is in need of a new, larger and brighter kitchen, as well as a new roof and a reinforced foundation.
In the spring of 1994, we took on our oldest house yet, a c. 1710 Colonial in Acton, MA.
In the fall of 1993, after sifting through nearly 200 proposals, we joined with homeowners Lauren and Dean Gallant for one of our favorite projects: the renovation of their 1907 Victorian in Belmont, MA.
Steve and Norm find a 1917 Mediterranean Revival-style home that was directly in the path of Andrew, surviving structurally intact but with significant water damage.
Steve and Norm, joined by Richard Trethewey and Tom Silva, head to Lexington, MA to expand a ranch house.
The historical renovation of "Kirkside," an 1815 Colonial Revival-style home, included new septic and heating systems; a new roof and chimneys; and the repair of the master suite.
This Old House collaborated with Boston’s Public Facilities Department on the renovation of an abandoned triple-decker, creating a home and two rental apartments for a first-time home buyer.
Steve takes viewers to Santa Fe, New Mexico, for a look at This Old House’s newest project: renovation of a traditional Southwestern adobe home.
A two-family home in Lexington, MA, was converted to a bed and breakfast with a 2,400-square-foot addition and a handicapped-accessible in-law suite.
The crew renovated and restored of the 1785 Weatherbee Farm in Westwood, MA, adding a new 16’ x 40’ kitchen and family room.
This Old House constructed a freestanding addition to a Victorian cottage in Newton, MA.
From a second-story suburban expansion to the redecoration of an urban apartment, This Old House took a whirlwind home improvement tour of the Boston area during its sixth season.
Bob Vila kicks off season 5 with and update on This Old House’s efforts since the show started in 1979. He delivers updates on each house that was featured during seasons 1-4.