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Friday, May 18, 2012

OLD HOUSE WITH BANDS OF COLORS



Could restoration be in store for this 1800s house? The bands of color you see on the front facade are imprints from recent removals of its 1900s additions. This is an early home of a Lancaster, Kentucky physician. A decision to save it will be based on its structural integrity. As it stands now, I rather like its carnival colored bands. 

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  1. I like the colors also but it will be so nice if it gets restored.

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    1. Rubye -- I know it would be a beautiful place restored. When I looked at the back of this house it looked bowed but miracles do happen -- thanks -- barbara

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  2. Looks on shaky ground to me.

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    1. Birdman -- it is on shaky ground in the back -- perhaps the front of the house can be saved??? thanks -- barbara

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