An open-air corridor is formed between the old stone walls and the new wooden shingles.  Photo 8 of 19 in Rising From the Ruins: Homes Built on Architectural Remains
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The stone walls were built without any mortar holding them together, a historic technique that few masons use today.  Photo 10 of 19 in Rising From the Ruins: Homes Built on Architectural Remains
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Kitchen, Stone Tile Backsplashe, Medium Hardwood Floor, and Track Lighting On the interior, views of both the old stone wall and the landscape beyond are emphasized.  Photo 9 of 19 in Rising From the Ruins: Homes Built on Architectural Remains
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