A couple finds an unconventional place to live—with space for working at home, and in a historic neighborhood.
Ultimate salvaging: a schoolhouse becomes a home.
The opportunities for acquiring architectural salvage have never been better.
A long-time collector of Gothic invites us to his home, a converted schoolhouse done in Arts & Crafts taste.
This 4,000-square-foot barn is part of a historic three-building complex that includes an 1816 stone house and an 1851 schoolhouse.
A luxurious kitchen area was designed from what was once just a collection of appliances in an open space.
A handsome building in desperate need of rescue provides an open-plan interior.
Adapting non-residential spaces like fire stations, barns, and churches into family-friendly homes can be challenging. These 7 lessons from those who have done it can benefit any old-house owner.
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