For the 35th anniversary season of This Old House TV, the show’s crew, led by general contractor Tom Silva, will restore an 1850 Greek Revival row house in Boston’s historic Charlestown, MA. Some of the projects to be completed include:
Kitchen: A bumpout in the kitchen will extend 4 feet into the backyard and allow for the creation of a built-in dining nook as well as a powder room and a back-entrance vestibule with storage.
Second floor bath: The second-floor bathroom will get all new fixtures, a rebuilt claw-foot tub, a new marble floor, and wainscoting on the walls.
Second floor guest room: Cozy guest quarters remain on the second floor. The room retains its footprint while benefiting from a well-appointed and easily accessed closet.
At the end of third show in this series you’ll see Harvey Majesty wood windows being delivered, and throughout the rest of the series you’ll catch of glimpse of the new Harvey windows. See more of the Charlestown project on This Old House’s website.