This Abandoned House
From vacant and abandoned to the most distinctive house on the block...watch the transformation!
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Landscaping This Abandoned House

Posted on 10/10/2012 by Maggie Marystone in exterior afterphotos landscaping

Here's a quick update on some landscaping efforts we have made over the past few months. We started with a mud pit. Trash is a constant problem in the front. Note the Corona bottle and plastic cup in this shot of Java meeting a neighbor dog. Bit by bit, though, things have improved. We (mostly Brad) made a picnic table and chairs, built a deck, assembled a fire table and planted many plants.

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"After" Photos of This Abandoned House

Posted on 10/10/2012 by Maggie Marystone in design afterphotos corrugated metal

A while back, the site crashed. It was catastrophic. Even though we had the site backed up in a couple different places, we lost almost everything. That's why those great photos from Charlie Mayer weren't up for so long.

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