This Old House: Season 22 (2000 - 2001)


Season 22
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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 29, 2001

Work on the Manchester, Mass., renovation begins as landscapers relocate two trees on the property so construction can commence. Meanwhile, architect Stephen Holt inspects a model of the proposed renovations with homeowner David McCue and host Steve Thomas. The major challenge: relocating the kitchen.

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Air date: Oct 6, 2001

Work on the Manchester, Mass., waterfront home begins in earnest with the gutting of the interior, and architect Stephen Holt reviews options for how best to improve light and meximize space in the house. Some plans are radical, others subtle. But there's a crisis: an oil leak in the basement. Meanwhile, host Steve Thomas visits nearby homes with Manchester Historical Society president John Huss, and meets town Conservation Commissioner Betsy Rickards.

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Air date: Oct 13, 2001

The cost of the renovations to the Manchester, Mass., waterfront home is assessed and compared to that of tearing it down and rebuilding. Also: host Steve Thomas learns more about the house's "Shingle" style when he visits a prime Shingle-style building in Waltham, Mass.

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Air date: Oct 20, 2001

The foundation of the Manchester, Mass., waterfront house is backfilled and work on a new terrace begins. Inside, owners David and Janet McCue review designs for the kitchen, pantry and office. Meanwhile, the crew discovers original fragments from the house and considers roofing options. Steve Thomas hosts.

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Air date: Oct 27, 2001

Host Steve Thomas tours a new office trailer at the Manchester, Mass., waterfront-house site, and reviews progress on the job (restored dormers, straightened floors, raised ceilings in the kitchen and family room). Meanwhile, carpenter Norm Abram reviews window options, and homeowners David and Janet McCue inspect a full-size kitchen mock-up.

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Air date: Nov 3, 2001

Host Steve Thomas and contractor Tom Silva discuss concerns about the Manchester, Mass., waterfront house's kitchen and game room, while carpenter Norm Abram outlines plans for re-siding the house with red-cedar shingles. Also: Thomas tours Manchester harbor and visits a replica of another Manchester shingle-style house on Swans Island, Maine.

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Air date: Nov 10, 2001

Work begins on the roof of the shingle-style waterfront house in Manchester, Mass. Also: host Steve Thomas learns how to cut studs quickly while building a partition wall under a bowed ceiling; chimney specialist Mark Shaub examines the house's chimneys; and carpenter Norm Abram visits the Bend, Ore., factory where the house's windows are being made.

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Air date: Nov 17, 2001

The cost and efficiency of heating and cooling the Manchester, Mass., waterfront house are explored. Meanwhile, there's progress on the house's new addition, including a roof-joist system. Work is also being done to stiffen the "bouncy" third floor, and the house's first sliding glass doors are installed.

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Air date: Nov 24, 2001

Work on the Manchester, Mass., waterfront house focuses on masonry for the addition's exterior; the chimney; wood flooring; and the fireplace nook. Also: host Steve Thomas visits a parking lot in nearby Ipswich where a 250-year-old Georgian house once stood. Thomas also visits the house, which has been preserved in the Smithsonian Institution.

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