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E26 | Glen Ridge Generational | Next-Generation Victorian

Season 45 Episode 26 | 23m 12s

Eleven months ago, construction started on an 1887 Victorian in Glen Ridge, NJ to restore its original charm and transform it into a home suitable for multigenerational living. The renovation is now complete, and the crew is back for a tour. The homeowner presents a new bottle of wine signifying the new character of the home, like the bottle of 1887 Bordeaux found in the walls during demolition.

Aired: 05/29/24 | Expires: 06/13/24
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot and Leesa.
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