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Restoration Home: The Essential Guide to Tracing the History of Your House Paperback – 2 Jun 2011


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British Appreciation for Old Buildings and Great Architecture More Spiritual Than Anything Else 22 Dec 2013
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I purchased this book after I had seen the first 6 episodes of this great BBC production "Restoration Home" on "YouTube" This program tells of people who are willing to fork over thousands and thousands of pounds to restore a listed crumbling property to its original state with a few extra modern day conveniences such as a modern kitchen, computer rooms etc. The builds take an inordinate amount of time and money and it was some what confusing on how they financed these huge and expensive projects via the banks but suffice it to say,the results are simply astounding. The contributions of the master craftsmen, contractors, artist and historians were simply amazing. I was really impressed with the young couple who renovated a church with a cemetery into a private home. This companion book is instructional and it will give advice on how to trace the history of your old house . Of course the rules are not the same when renovating an old house in the states but I see the book as an historical account native to British architecture. The BBC television series and the book are quite excellent.
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