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New & Old In A Connecticut Farmhouse Remodel

There is so much to love about this cute country cottage in The Oaks neighborhood of Willimantic, Connecticut. Crescent Cottage is a turn-key 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home that is looking for new owners. The century old home has been totally updated with a new kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, electric, HVAC, plumbing, and fresh decor... Continue Reading →

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Converted Huron Railway Substation In Los Angeles

Look at this unique find in the north-east area of Los Angeles. Listed as a "Historic Cultural Monument" by the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission, the Los Angeles Railway Huron Substation was built in 1906-08 and is the second oldest surviving substation in the city. The building formerly housed equipment to convert high-voltage electricity to... Continue Reading →

The Homes of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

House Crazy Sarah has been extremely moved by all of the recent protests around the United States and across the world. She stands in solidarity with those who protest social injustice and racism. One of her personal heroes is the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Several years ago, House Crazy Sarah visited the Civil... Continue Reading →

Scrivener’s Books and Bookbinding Shop In Buxton, England

Scrivener’s Books and Bookbinding in Buxton, England is thrilling for several reasons. For starters, it is a used/rare bookstore loaded with vintage books in a very unique centuries old five-story building. Prior to becoming a bookstore, the building was a Victorian shop with living accommodations. The cellar still houses the old kitchen range and stone... Continue Reading →

A Weekend In The Colorado Mountains

House Crazy Sarah was oot and aboot over the long weekend doing a "stay-cation" not too far from her house in the Colorado mountains. She visited the cool town of Salida, which is known for its access to world-class white water rafting. Salida, like much of Colorado, is opening up after a long period of... Continue Reading →

Historic Hotel Converted To Home In Jefferson Texas

House Crazy Sarah is crazy about old commercial buildings converted into homes. This unique building is located in historic town of Jefferson, Texas. And it is currently for sale for $335,000! The brick two story structure is merely a surviving portion of a 1869 four story hotel built in Jefferson's heyday when it was a... Continue Reading →

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