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This well-preserved colonial timber framed house was built originally circa 1740. The house measures about 28′ square, and is two and a half stories tall. The frame is in pristine condition, and the craftsmanship is exemplary. The timbers are primarily hand hewn chestnut and oak, and have a wonderful, rich color and patina that can only be created by time.

Before Restoration
Barn Profile
Originally Built circa 1740
  in Ballston Spa, NY
Now Restored In Aledo, TX
Dimensions 28 x 28
  784 sq. ft.
Eave Height 16'8"
Timber Species Chestnut / Oak
Photography DK Sun