Our next old home salvage project … in Crockett

Here are photos for our next old home demo project which we start tomorrow morning.

This old place has been vacant for years and was recently purchased by two individuals who own businesses on either side of this house.  I understand that the place has been broken into repeatedly.  The new owners fear the worst (drugs, looting, etc) and they just want to see it disappear.

We’re happy to help them with that.

One thing is for sure:  I’m looking forward to seeing what lies underneath the ugly drywall and dirty carpet.

(Click on any of the gallery photos below, and you will see a slide show.  Just click “Esc” to return to this screen.)

Comments

  1. Give us a call or PM me or Mike and let us know where this place is and maybe we can come by and see y’all.

    We missed y’all at our Open House. Wish you could have been here. We all had a great time and it was and is always good to visit with the neighbors amd friends and those acquaintences that you see only once in a while. Everyone was in awe of the house and all the decor…everyone commented on how wonderful and beautiful it was inside and out. Mike and I enjoyed the decorating for others to enjoy along with us. We spent the day today , finally taking down the tree and garland and decorations inside. They are all packed and put away until next year.

    Good Luck with your new demo house.
    BTW, our neighbor is looking for some beadboard….Do you still have some? Guess we need to find out what you’re asking for it and how you’re selling it…by the piece, by the foot, by the condition, etc. Have you made up a listing with prices?

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  3. Lorene says:

    I love old homes, buildings. Their design and mystery. Thank you for sharing them for us to look at. inside and out.

    • I do, too … and I wish that all of them could be saved. Unfortunately, that’s not the case, but we do ensure that the old lumber is salvaged and re-used. In that way, the old homes live on, just in another form.

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