Where Are The Most Old Homes In Each State.

 
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Old 01-12-2017, 06:56 PM   #1
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Where Are The Most Old Homes In Each State.


Stumbled upon this today. It is a slide show showing where most of the old homes are in each state. Thought you folks may enjoy it.



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Old 02-22-2017, 09:07 PM   #2
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In RI, I would argue this is misleading. Providence county does have plenty of homes pre-1950 but so does the rest of the state. A better study would be pre-1800. Rhode Island has quite a % of homes built in 18th century and a select few still standing from the 17th century. I worked on a crew saving a Roman Numeral-ed roof from a home built in 1709 and did extensive renovations on a large farm house from 1725. Talk about leaving your level in the truck!

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Have a lot of work in one of the areas they mentioned for Kentucky. Seemingly nothing but older homes in Campbell County. COA requirements get tighter and tighter the closer you get to the river/Cincinnati.

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