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Here in our tiny hamlet of Middletown Springs, Vermont, renovating historic buildings seems to be something of a trend.
The Green Mountain Timber Frames headquarters and workshop are located in the center of the village, directly across from the Town Green. From here, we can watch the daily happenings as the 745 or so residents come and go. As of late, we’ve noticed that many locals are busy renovating some of our beautiful historic buildings. Of course, we couldn’t be more excited!
It started when our neighbor to the east on our Town Green painted their 1880s Victorian house, in preparation for a family wedding.
Next, the Community Church, north of the Town Green, decided it was time to paint the church steeple.
And wouldn’t you know it, here at GMTF, on the west of the Town Green, we are erecting a 1790s barn frame for fine tuning before it moves on to its final home.
Luke’s brother, lawyer Chris Larson, lives across from the community church and he is repairing his porch. You can see his progress below!
Luke, who lives right up the street from our shop, is also renovating the porch on his 1885 Victorian beauty.
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