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4 Tips for Renovating an Old Home

Many of our clients here at Lima One are renovating older or even historical homes that need a little more TLC than your average flip. Whether you’re seeking to maintain the integrity of a historical home or completely transform an outdated layout, this article gives you a taste of what unique challenges and solutions can be met when encountering such a scenario.

Among other things, it is always important to note that historical homes can present issues that limit the work that can be done to a property. In these scenarios, less is always more, and research into the property’s history is essential in uncovering the hidden potential of a home. Take a look at Reed and Delphine Krakoff’s renovation work on Jackie Onassis’ childhood summer home in New York.

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