A new self build modern wood frame house, built using sustainable materials and features state of the art eco technology. More on modern wood frame houses.

A new self build modern wood frame house, built using sustainable materials and features state of the art eco technology. More on modern wood frame houses.

The oldest surviving wood frame house in New Hampshire and Maine was built in 1664 by Richard Jackson, a woodworker, farmer, and mariner, on his family's 25 acre plot.

The oldest surviving wood frame house in New Hampshire and Maine was built in 1664 by Richard Jackson, a woodworker, farmer, and mariner, on his family's 25 acre plot.

The  Dalton Gang Hideout in Meade, Kansas was the home of the Dalton boys' sister, Eva Dalton, who married John Whipple. The simple wood frame house was believed to be a popular stop for the gang between their criminal escapades in 1891 and 1892. Later inhabitants discovered a 95-ft long getaway tunnel linking the barn and house. The house has been restored. Visitors can tour by entering through the barn walking the tunnel and emerging into the house via the kitchen floor trap door.

The Dalton Gang Hideout in Meade, Kansas was the home of the Dalton boys' sister, Eva Dalton, who married John Whipple. The simple wood frame house was believed to be a popular stop for the gang between their criminal escapades in 1891 and 1892. Later inhabitants discovered a 95-ft long getaway tunnel linking the barn and house. The house has been restored. Visitors can tour by entering through the barn walking the tunnel and emerging into the house via the kitchen floor trap door.

The Thomas Lee House in the Niantic section of East Lyme, Connecticut, was constructed between 1660 and 1664. It is one of the oldest wood frame houses in Connecticut still in its primitive state. Today the house is a historic house museum operated by the East Lyme Historical Society, and furnished as it would have been in the 18th century.

The Thomas Lee House in the Niantic section of East Lyme, Connecticut, was constructed between 1660 and 1664. It is one of the oldest wood frame houses in Connecticut still in its primitive state. Today the house is a historic house museum operated by the East Lyme Historical Society, and furnished as it would have been in the 18th century.

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