From admin on September 24th, 2010 in Winchester
You may not be entirely ready for the summer season to come to a close, but with fall quickly approaching, it’s the perfect time to cozy up to the idea of warm sweaters, falling leaves, and the holiday season just around the corner. And of course, since we love all things home-related
, we have a few ideas for how you can get your home geared up for autumn
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February 12th, 2010 in Winchester
Though she’s alive today, Helen Raynham really lives in the year 1900. What I mean is that her home is a majestic, imposing, and regal Queen Anne Duplex, situated on a plot of lush green grass in gentrified Winchester, Massachusetts. But the idyllic dwelling place hasn’t always exuded with historic beauty and century-old authenticity.
The Queen Anne Before Remodel
A lot had to change. For example, take the aluminum armor that the house had acquired at some point in the past. It had to go. Spots of disrepair, layers of shoddy remodeling, and years of tightwad love touches had turned the once-beauty into a monster of a house. And its 6,000 square feet and three stories of rooms were just as unwelcoming of a home as Frankenstein’s. ...read full post →