A 1940s all-steel house that fits together just one way (like a Rubik’s cube), assembled by the homeowners. Fascinating!
–Demetra Aposporos, Editor in Chief
A cute bungalow filled with salvage—my dream house!
–Clare M. Alexander, Managing Editor
I love that the house seemed to tell its own story through artifacts.
–Megan Hillman, Junior Designer
His wife points to a plan of the demolished Peabody & Stearns masterpiece and says: “Honey, build this for me.” And he does!
–Patricia Poore, Editor Emeritus, At Large
Florida family discovers their child’s allergies are linked to a massive cockroach infestation under their bungalow’s siding.
–Mary Ellen Polson, Contributing Editor
It blew me away that people could up and move a house—and it still does!
–Becky Bernie, Account Executive
I’ve always wanted a row house, and love how they welcomed and embraced the home’s history.
–Danielle Small, Associate Publisher
Imagine getting pre-cut lumber, blueprints, and everything you need to build a house included.
–Carol Murray, Account Executive
Growing up in Newport, Rhode Island, I remember this house and would love to go inside one day.
–Heather Glynn Gniazdowski, Online Business & Old House Media Group Sales Manager