Renovating Indiana house

The Indiana Project is a 1,600 square foot home built in the 1920’s in Sarah’s sweet North Carolina town of Southern Pines. This historic renovation took a full 8 months to complete, and got its start in January of 2013. Here on the blog, Sarah recounted the demolition, the woes of construction limitations and bureaucracy, the agony of lighting choices, and the decision, nope re-decision – nah… deciding again over the exterior paint color.

The story of the Indiana House unfolds before us in the chronology of blog posts below.

Indiana Project: SOLD

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You couldn’t have forgotten about the Indiana Project already right? Say it ain’t so, it took me eight months to put a polish on…

Around Town

Around Town

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Its been a busy couple of days as the Indiana project nears completion.  I have to make sure that I have all of the…

Indiana Project: Mistake?

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During the course of the Indiana project a curious neighbor has frequented the job site. She has readily offered her opinion to the carpenters…