This 1960s home with disjointed additions gets a modern update so the whole family can enjoy it together.
An empty-nester couple relocates from Washington, DC, to work remotely in their historic house in Ipswich, MA. This tired 1720 Gambrel will be restored, while wood beams and floors from the 1800’s ell will be re-used in the new addition.
The Schwab family is looking to remodel their classic New England-style home in Newburyport, MA, to become their forever home. This 1,400-square-foot house (and others on the street) was initially built in 1889 to house the local shipbuilders.
This house was the focal point of the black community in South Atlanta, and was once owned by the area's first postmaster, Luther Price. The deep history and charm led homeowners Kysha and Jonathan to want to restore it for their family and use it as a homeschool for their children.
A worn and tattered multi-generational Dutch Colonial gets its second wind in a turn toward its former glory.
Originally built on farmland in 1894, the West Roxbury Victorian was the first one-family erected in the new subdivision. Will the crew be able to bring the house up to the lifestyle standards of the 2020s?
Season 42 concludes with four Specials—Scandinavian Modern, Generation Next, Rebirth of Detroit, and Return to Paradise.
An urban-dwelling couple plan to leave the city for this 1880 New England Cape in historic Concord, Massachusetts. They plan to improve the views of the beautiful three-acre property and make better use of the space inside.
This 1905 three-family home in Dorchester, MA endured a fire on the 4th of July in 2019. Thankfully, no one was hurt, but the house suffered significant damage. In addition to repairing the fire damage in the back of the house, all three kitchens will need restoration, and the water-damaged heating system needs to be replaced in the basement. Episodes air the first week of April on PBS. Check your local listings.
This three-bedroom, one-bathroom Queen Anne Victorian in Narragansett, Rhode Island sits on a corner lot, steps from the beach. It is in poor condition with rot, deterioration, and structural damage. The design will replicate the exterior architectural details, such as the curved shingles and the “rising sun” patterned clapboards, as well as improve the foundation and footings, fix and expand the deteriorating porch, and replace the rotting roof.
Putting the history back into this turn-of-the-century beauty, homeowners John and Molly plan to strip away the 1970s carpet, cracking balusters, and doors to nowhere and reclaim the history of this rambling shingle-style home. Episodes begin on March 26, 2020. Check your local listings.
Families rebuild their homes and lives after the California wildfire. This Old House visits Paradise, CA in a special four-episode series.
A 1940s ranch will be transformed into an updated Dutch Colonial revival.
This Old House modernizes a mid-century home in the suburbs of Boston.
This Old House is headed to a century-old New England cottage in Jamestown, Rhode Island, to restore the home's charm while also making it energy efficient.
The Charleston-Elliotborough house was in such rough shape, we couldn't finish all the work by the end of the TV-show season—Here's the big reveal of the finished home.
Eight apprentices in our Generation NEXT program will work alongside the TOH master crew to help expand and restore this 1879 New England home.
A 1939 Russell Woods-area home is restored with help from the community. Watch full episodes on demand here
This Old House TV returns for an all-new season to follow a young family as they tackle a diamond in the rough—an Arts and Crafts–style gem in a historic Boston suburb.
This Old House renovates a three-story 1895 Queen Anne in the Boston suburb of Belmont.
This Old House shows it's possible to get old-house charm from scratch with new materials.
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.
General contractor Tom Silva and the This Old House crew renovate the youngest house ever featured on the show: a 1966 Garrison Colonial, in Lexington, Massachusetts.
The This Old House crew, led by general contractor Tom Silva, restore an 1850 Greek Revival row house in Boston's historic Charlestown.
This Old House heads to the coast of New Jersey to follow the post-Superstorm Sandy rebuilding efforts in three communities.
This Old House heads to a historic New England neighborhood to give a bland Queen Anne some Scandinavian style.
An unassuming cottage will get new life as a house that's designed for aging in place.
In this season, This Old House heads to Rhode Island to restore a forlorn beach house with oceanfront views.
In this season, This Old House takes on the renovation of one of its oldest houses to date—a 1720 Georgian home listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This ho-hum house along the Charles River will become a curb-appeal Cinderella—transformed into an architectural thing of beauty by the This Old House crew.
The This Old House crew head to the fabled land of superstars and studio tours, stopping at its quieter and decidedly hipper cousin to the east, Silver Lake, home to this season's project house.
Watch the renovation of a 1915 Dutch Colonial Revival in Newton Centre—a suburban community a few miles west of Boston.
For its 30th anniversary, TOH works with a nonprofit to renovate a foreclosed Second Empire for two deserving families.
This Old House heads to the land of egg creams, stickball, and brownstones for a rowhouse remodel.
This Old House does new construction with a twist, helping build a prefab timber-frame house for a family of four.
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.
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 renovation of a 1926 Craftsman Bungalow follows an eco-friendly path while adding space for a newly married couple with kids.
A worn out 1916 two-family house gets upgraded for two descendants of the original owners.
This tough old building has survived everything. Now, it's returning to habitability as a 3-bed, 2-bath beauty.
Built in 1950, this Modern house is tired, leaking, and historic. So, what's worth saving?
This Old House purchased an 1849 Greek Revival farmhouse in a pastoral suburb of Boston to give it the update it desperately needs, then hands it off to new owners.
Pink sand beaches, tourists on mopeds, and men in shorts — that's the background for this season's This Old House project. Follow the unique construction and renovation techniques that come with life on a remote island.
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?
Healthy but tired, this 1920s Colonial Revival in Winchester gets an improved kitchen and master suite, an updated heating plant, and a cosmetic freshening inside and out.
When this brick Tudor was built in 1928, nobody was anticipating the needs of 21st century triplets. This Old House gives the family a better layout, improved flow, and the elbow room they need.
On New England's north shore, This Old House gives grand rebirth to a once-stately, uniquely American Shingle-style house by the sea.
Homeowner Rob Thompson and the This Old House team transformed this Mediterranean Revival-style house into a delightful tropical compound.
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.
Close to home, This Old House tackled a project close to its heart: rebuilding Dick and Sandra Silvas' house from foundation to finishes after a devastating fire.
The guys headed west for the winter to raise the roof on Jan Winford's 1907 Craftsman-style bungalow in sunny Santa Barbara.
The show kicked off its 20th anniversary with the renovation of a sprawling 1886 Queen Anne-style Victorian in the Boston suburb of Watertown, Massachusetts.
This Old House headed to the southernmost city in the continental United States, Key West, Florida, for the renovation of a circa 1886 Conch Captain house.
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.
This Old House converted a 1906 Arts and Crafts-style church into a single family home for Laurie Ann Bishop and Mark Dvorak.
The This Old House crew transformed a small 1887 Victorian cottage into a summer home with year-round capabilities.
Plans for this 1930s Pueblo Revival stucco home included expanding the kitchen and patio areas and building an outdoor courtyard and veranda, all against a breathtaking backdrop of mountains and desert in Tucson, Arizona.
A neglected circa-1784 Federal rejoined the ranks of other historic homes in Salem, Massachusetts.
This Old House helped the Flemings preserve their Georgia peach—a 1884 Italianate Victorian rowhouse on Monterey Square.
This Old House rehabilitated and expanded a 1710 Colonial farmhouse in Acton, Massachusetts, working to preserve the integrity of the original structure while adding a kitchen, laundry room, family room and master suite.
The renovation of Dennis Duffy's 1906 Victorian farmhouse in the vineyards of northern California included the expansion and updating of the home's dark and dated the kitchen to take advantage of spectacular views.
The restoration of this 1907 Shingle-style Victorian included the removal of asbestos siding and overhaul of a kitchen.
The renovation and expansion of homeowner Christiane Bintliff's 1930s, termite-damaged, ocean-side bungalow took the crew to Honolulu, Hawaii.
Architect Graham Gund designed a second floor addition and a great room for this radical transformation of a 1950s home.
The restoration of a 1917 Mediterranean Revival-style home, damaged by Hurricane Andrew, brought the crew to Miami, Florida.
In This Old House's first venture outside USA, the crew headed to London, England, to refurbish the top floor flat of an 1857 Late Georgian-style building in the Notting Hill/ Bayswater district.
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.
This Old House converted a circa 1895 "shotgun double" into a one-family house, renovating the interior and restoring the facade.
The crew put a new spin on a good old-fashioned barn raising, restoring a 1835 barn in Concord, Massachusetts, using post-and-beam construction with stress-skin panels.
In the desert of the Southwest, This Old House updated a 1930s adobe home with a library addition.
This Old House went to Santa Barbara, California, to remodel a Craftsman bungalow.
A two-family home in Lexington, Massachusetts, 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, Massachusetts, adding a new 16' x 40' kitchen and family room.
The crew headed to the Southwest to remodel a faux-adobe home in Phoenix, Arizona.
The This Old House crew made a get-away to western Massachusetts, where they raised an expansive post and beam cottage with spectacular mountain views.
The guys took on the renovation of a Cape-style home in Reading, Massachusetts, adding a finished second floor with a master suite.
For the first time, This Old House traveled outside Massachusetts to focus on the renovation of a concrete-block-and-stucco tract house in Tampa, Florida.
The This Old House crew helped the owners of a cramped Victorian carve living space from an unfinished attic.
This Old House constructed a freestanding addition to a Victorian cottage in Newton, Massachusetts.
This Old House gave a ranch house in Reading, Massachusetts, a second story.
This Old House took a whirlwind renovation tour of Boston, tackling several home improvement projects: an attic makeover; a basement remodeling; a greenhouse addition; a kitchen renovation; and the redecoration of a Boston apartment in the Longwood neighborhood.
In this season, the This Old House crew created a high-tech, energy-efficient, contemporary-style home in Brookline, Massachusetts.
This Old House brought a Greek Revival home in Arlington, Massachusetts, back to life.
The This Old House crew renovated a 1950s ranch-style tract home in Woburn, Massachusetts.
A conversion of 1886 Bigelow Homestead, designed by noted American architect H. H. Richardson, into condominiums in Newton, Massachusetts.
Host Bob Vila welcomes us to Dorchester, MA, and the series This Old House to reveal the many steps involved in rehabbing an old house into a family home. This single-family residence was built around 1860 in a style that was very popular in the Victorian era.