Don M wrote:Everything looks pretty nice; we had some of that wall paper pattern in previous homes though above or below a chair rail! Nice garage! The house appears to be pretty large; how many square feet? The laundry is currently in your kitchen I couldn't tell for sure. Two full baths upstairs? How many bedrooms? Porch off the back of the house? We upgraded to 200 Amps due to overloaded system & extranious sub panels.
Don M wrote:As for your garage; you might see if it can be stabilized so it doesn't deteriorate further & also have it treated for termites; your house as well. They can do a lot of damage quite quickly. The fancy wood work & window valences were common in the late 40s & 50s along with quality pine paneling which was actually quite expensive compared with the fake sheet paneling common in the late 60s & 70s! Your house sure has a lot of those early details which I rather like!
LTParis wrote:For those that don't know what he is talking about, Kingston NY used to be the capitol of NYS and this is the Senate house he is referring to:
My house is near that district, better known as the Stockade District. My house is at what was once known as "Grand View Heights" but as far as I know it has not been referred to as that for a very long time.
Yes 6-over-1 windows seem quite common for the area, be it the Victorians in midtown or the Colonials uptown.
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