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 November 27, 2012
Cambridge House Is A Wrap

David: There are still 7 episode left on the Cambridge House to be seen on PBS. The Essex House will start in January 2013.

The following information is from Wicke Local Cambridge
The PBS home improvement series ?This Old House? just wrapped an episode that will feature a 19th-century Victorian-era home in Cambridge, owned by John Stone and Sally Peterson.

The Cambridge Project will showcase a renovation of a Victorian-era former two-family house, owned by a young family. The home was converted to an open concept home with bright Scandinavian style. The house is located in the Avon Hill neighborhood in Cambridge near Porter Square. Inside the 1887 Victorian-era home is a brand-new stylish and sleek design adorning white walls, blonde wood, and high-tech features.

?We have two major remodels this season, each conceived by a homeowner with a very clear vision,? said host Kevin O?Connor. ?Viewers will find aspects to love about both the stylish family home in Cambridge and the accessible in-law cottage in Essex.?

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COURTESY PHOTO BY ALLEGRA ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHY

Pictured from left to right are plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, 'This Old House' host Kevin O'Connor, master carpenter Norm Abram, general contractor Tom Silva, homeowners John Stone and Sally Peterson and landscape contractor Roger Cook.