Fine Homebuilding featured an old schoolhouse with a rich history, located in northwestern Connecticut. By 1950, 30 years after its construction, the school closed its doors, and the building transitioned to a single-family home. As the years passed, increasing wear on the building left it desperate for serious renovations. The design team maintained the existing footprint and incorporated creative upgrades to give the small home new life. The crew maximized space with the help of vaulted ceilings and large windows. Double hung Marvin windows were used, made to match the original windows exactly.
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