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Log burner in fireplace and antique furniture in study with green walls

Log burner in fireplace and antique furniture in study with green walls

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Photographer: © living4media / Harrison, Brian
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Unearthing History

12407686 | © living4media / Harrison, Brian | 42 images

A sixteenth century Yeoman farmhouse gets an intricate restoration in Calderdale

David and Celia found this historic home thirty-two years ago. At first, everything looked wonderful, however, after a while, they realized that the former owners had covered up most of the homes unique original architectural gems. They undertook the restoration like a pair of archeologists.
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