But now 15-30 years later, are we stuck with a bunch of tear downs?
a few years ago, the Scottsdale couple were inspired to explore the 1960s tracts of the city’s Village Grove neighborhood.
Welcome to Hoof Prints Ranch RV Park and Horse Motel in Stephenville, Texas We are a quaint RV Park and Horse Motel, located in the Cowboy Capital of the World.
We are located at: 1495 S US Hwy 281 Stephenville, TX 7640 Ranch Phone: 254-968-4393 Email or call for details [email protected]| (254)968-4393 There are 13 spaces that have full hook ups including sewer, water and 30-50 amp power.
Here’s how the house looks now: To give you an idea of what they were dealing with when they bought the place, here’s how the dining area used to look: And here’s how it looks now: They knocked down some walls, which gives the rooms more light and breathing space.
The living room now has a new mantel and hardwood floors.
This 2 bedroom, 1-bath post-war ranch in South Portland, Maine, was cute enough to begin with–on the outside, at least. A reader named Laurel says they saw its potential, though.
They fixed it up and added more space with a whole new second story.
Minimum 3 night stay on holiday weekends For your convenience, we have a laundry room that includes two washers, two dryers and a change machine. Horse Accommodations: 16×16 uncovered stalls for per horse per night.
As if the cookie cutter exterior isn’t fugly enough, the interior layout is useless. I want to take the ugliest house and see what I can do with it.
Nothing is going to make this type of architecture any less hideous. Actually, historians credit Frank Lloyd Wright as the inventor of the split level. Wright has been turning in his grave since vinyl siding and shutters started showing up on these homes. After 2 historic restorations, I just want to have fun! PS: No offense meant to anyone who lives in a splanch.
16×24 fully covered 6 rail permanent stalls for per horse per night. (These prices are for guest who stay the night in the park) Welcome to Hoof Prints Ranch RV Park and Horse Motel in Stephenville, Texas We are a quaint RV Park and Horse Motel, located in the Cowboy Capital of the World.
When I was a teenager, my family lived in a traditional two-story house that was built in the 1960s and looked pretty much like this, black shutters and all.