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    The house that time forgot By Elizabeth Raines Beeler of Coastal Living Raindrops seeping through the roof and floorboards creaking like old bones only add to the beauty and character of this 250-year-old home on Jamaica's St. Ann's Bay. The authenticity of the materials on this house's exterior ― from centuries-old limestone to classic cedar shingles ― give it true island charm. Rainwater runs off the roof and funnels into catchments, supplying the house's water.

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