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TOH Sneak Peek | The 39th Season of This Old House

Season 39 | 2m 21s

She grew up in this humble, Newton, Massachusetts house. Now Liz, her children and her husband Joe want to move in. But before they do, This Old House turns their tired, 19th century 2.5 bedroom house, into a 3 generation gem.

Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot.
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Restoration of the 1887 Victorian in Glen Ridge, NJ is complete. The crew gets a tour.
A built-in bench is constructed. The primary bathroom vanity gets a new durable finish.
A baseboard detail becomes a focal point, and a prefabricated shower niche is installed.
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Work begins on the 1887 Victorian to make it suitable for multigenerational living.
A new project begins - an 1887 Victorian being renovated for multigenerational living.