This Old House: Season 21 (1999 - 2000)

Season 21
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Air date: Sep 22, 2001

Chronicling the renovation of a shingled seaside "cottage" in Manchester, Mass. The project: restore the house's exterior character to the way it looked when it was built in 1883, and make major interior renovations as well. The building was refurbished a number of times, most recently in the 1970s. The project's architect: Stephen Holt, a great-grandson of the original builder.

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Air date: Sep 30, 2000

Host Steve Thomas discusses the renovation of a Charlestown, Mass., townhouse with homeowner Dan Beliveau and architect Jack French. Thomas also visits a renovated townhouse nearby; a former school that French's firm converted into condos; and Charlestown's City Square Park, which was spruced up after elevated-railroad tracks and highways were removed from the area.

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Air date: Oct 7, 2000

The Charlestown (Mass.) townhouse renovation gets underway with the removal of the old patio bricks and the demolition of the old kitchen. Meanwhile, homeowner Dan Beliveau, architect Jack French and host Steve Thomas review building-expansion options. Plans for the house's windows and heating and cooling systems are also considered. Thomas discusses Charlestown's annual Bunker Hill Day Parade, which passes by the Beliveau house, with local residents.

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Air date: Oct 14, 2000

Host Steve Thomas and homeowner Dan Beliveau review kitchen and bathroom options for the Charlestown (Mass.) townhouse in light of Boston zoning requirements. In the basement, a plumbing expert works on the pipes and floor-leveling work is underway. And outside, scaffolding surrounds the house. Also: Thomas boards a Portuguese entry in a tall ships parade in Boston harbor.

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Air date: Oct 21, 2000

Planning for the Charlestown, Mass., renovation proceeds on several fronts. Included: a roofdeck, filling in a flue channel and checking out plaster. Also: homeowner Heather Beliveau visits a plumbing salvage yard to see about swapping radiators the house no longer needs for a clawfoot tub and pedestal sink, and her husband Dan helps lay out framing for new rooms in the basement once a new floor is poured.

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Air date: Oct 28, 2000

Landscaping contractors at the Charlestown (Mass.) townhouse renovation dig up granite curbing and old concrete steps and unearth old gravestones. Also: a check of the house's old fireplaces; installation of new floor joists; and a tour of nearby Charlestown Navy Yard.

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Air date: Nov 4, 2000

Work begins in earnest on the master-bath addition and roof deck on the Charlestown, Mass., townhouse following the final go-ahead from the Boston Zoning Board of Appeals. Also: examinations of the HVAC duct system and the brownstone lintels.

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Air date: Nov 11, 2000

Work on the Charlestown (Mass.) townhouse project continues with work on the fireplaces and chimneys, the installation of new windows, and wiring and rough plumbing. Also: host Steve Thomas and homeowner Dan Beliveau weigh options for the house's two kitchens.

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Air date: Nov 18, 2000

Work continues on the roof deck of the Charlestown, Mass., townhouse. The deck features a view of Boston harbor, and, in another segment, plumbing expert Richard Threthewey tours a tanker in the harbor.

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Air date: Nov 25, 2000

The focus is on the basement and living room of the Charlestown (Mass.) town house. Downstairs, close-cell foam is sprayed against exterior walls to keep the interior warm and dry. Upstairs, a plaster restorer discusses the process of saving the horsehair plaster and ornaments.

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