Brick and Mortar | The Charleston Houses 2018
Coming up on This Old House Kevin is at the 1840's Charleston Single House. Inside, where the majority of changes will happen, he finds builder Mark in the old dining room, which will become a new kitchen. To accommodate the desired cabinet layout, the homeowners have decided their new range should slide into the space currently used as a fireplace. Mark shows Kevin what needs to be done to the fireplace in order to create the space.
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