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For his latest restoration, Daryl Hall purchased a home built in the 1780s set on a beautiful 30-acre estate in the Connecticut countryside.

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.

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Daryl Hall's Other Calling: Restoring Historic Homes

Here's the library before the restoration.

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Daryl Hall's Other Calling: Restoring Historic Homes

Daryl Hall's Other Calling: Historic Home Restoration : Tv Shows : DIY Network

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Hoxie House

Hoxie House, Sandwich, MA. Built in 1637, this is believed to be the oldest house on Cape Cod. We went there!

The Loomis Homestead in Windsor, Connecticut, is one of the oldest timber-frame houses in America. The oldest part of the house was built in 1640 by Joseph Loomis who came to America from England in 1638.

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Daryl Hall's Other Calling: Restoring Historic Homes

Daryl Hall's Other Calling: Historic Home Restoration : Tv Shows : DIY Network

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9 mistakes not to make when you're building a new home

wish I'd read this before we built our house! great tips for building a new home - 9 mistakes you don't want to make

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Vintage Cottage Style

From polished and sophisticated to rustic and casual, you can find your very own coastal style from this collection of our favorite beach cottages.

Historic house and cottage on 18 acres located in the foothills of the Berkshires. Extensive recent improvements, guided by an artist’s eye, have opened up and brightened both the house and the two…

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Renee Zellweger's Farmhouse For Sale in Connecticut

light fixture, antique bureau, wood floors, leather club chair

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See How Chip and Joanna Gaines Deck Out Their Farmhouse For the Holidays

You wouldn't know by looking at it, but the kitchen island is actually a salvaged church altar from the late 1800s. Joanna topped it with stainless steel — the perfect surface material for baking gingerbread cookies with the kids. The cool Christmas tree sign? That was a $50 antique store score!

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This North Carolina Farmhouse Is Being Offered for Free

Free House in North Carolina - Historic Homes in France - Country Living

I like the fire place and seating in the kitchen but this look needs a little prettying up.