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We asked, and boy, did you answer! From our TOH Insiders to our website users and Facebook followers, loyal This Old House fans eagerly weighed in with what they’ve loved most from the past 40 years. As Kathy Warner of Marietta, GA, told us: "It may be called This Old House, but it never gets old."
The home had seen better days—until a master carpenter lavished his skills on the place, turning it into a forever home for him and his wife
A home gains needed space with an expanded second story that preserves the house’s footprint and its neighborly facade
With a little help from relatives—and a lot of late hours—a young couple preserve and expand a tiny cottage to create a cozy home for their brood
One step at a time, a family home in North Carolina is reinvented for a new generation
Stately relic in a Civil War historic district for $60,000
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A tucked-back addition preserves a 1920s bungalow’s historical facade, while providing plenty of gathering space for a young family
Up to the challenge of moving (and rescuing!) an old farmhouse? Consider this opportunity in Louisville
A DIYer builds her skills—and an online following—filling her family’s 18th-century saltbox with handmade charm
When we posted Look What You Found During Your Renovations to TOH's Facebook page, the comments section filled up with even more cool finds! Check out a new crop of buried treasures
A 1930 house gets an unexpected update in the hands of two creatives with an eye for mid-century finds
Civic-minded homeowners help resurrect a 1903 house in the heart of downtown, enlivening it with color and pattern to spare
Here's our latest round up of the most popular old-house transformations at ThisOldHouse.com
This house wasn’t what the homeowners were looking for—but it ended up being just what they wanted
With its low-slung lines, streamlined interior, and openness to the outdoors, a refreshed 1955 house fully embraces its environs
A free-flowing 1959 house with a lofty interior rises to the next level in the hands of two detail-obsessed owners
Used to designing for a fast sale, a real estate pro ignores the rules and remakes a 1930 house to fit his family—and reflect his unique personal style
A dilapidated 1927 house regains its serene period spirit, thanks to a meticulous do-it-yourself remodel
The 1905 house was water damaged, structurally unsound, and weary throughout—until dogged new owners got it back on its feet
Built circa 1832, the Caleb Coker house would make a beautiful country escape
With a few floor-plan fixes, a couple with an eye for design tailor a meticulously rebuilt 1870s house to how they live today
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