For those of us who mark our lives by the cast changes in This Old House . . . We gleefully follow this sign of local urban renewal . . .
A bit of backstory on this EPIC local structure that's still standing after 134 years . . .
"In 1950 the home was subdivided into seven apartments. It remained occupied after that. In 2020 the current owner purchased the home and has removed the apartments to return the structure to single family status."
Today we share another inspiring progress report which reminds us that the colder weather will bring all of our home improvement "adventures" back indoors . . .
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Bishop Eugene Hendrix and his wife Annie Elizabeth Scarritt built this home in 1887. This is a brief update of the ongoing work to renovate the home. Just the first floor is shown. Here's a link to the first post on the home: years-in- https://hyperblogal.blogspot.com/2021/04/a-story-134-years-in-making.html Drywall is finished, along with some painting.