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  1. You will probably get tired from hearing from me.

    I have an old house (circa 1796) with an old well - don't know when the well was dug, but I understand that it is a 30 ft hand dug well. (recently inherited this house)
    I have not lifted the crumbly...
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    Re: trying not to sound too squeamish but...

    sorry meant to add that I have considered getting some ferrets to help out, but since I don't live in the house full time right now, I am not comfortable about leaving animals out there by themselves.
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    Re: trying not to sound too squeamish but...

    thanks but I'm not sure dogs are the answer to my problem.
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    trying not to sound too squeamish but...

    Ok here goes - I have inherited a really old house (circa 1796) located in a small coastal town in MA. The house is on property that was once a farm. I have also inherited a HUGE mouse problem.
    My...
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    old cellar - circa 1796

    I recently inherited an old Cape - built in circa 1796.
    The foundation is built of stones and topped with some very immense (?) granite blocks - it's really quite amazing!. My parents renovated the...
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    Re: Buying an Antique: Should we expect ANY ROI?

    I am asking the same question - is an antique house worth preserving?
    I recently inherited my mother's house built circa 1796. To the best of my knowledge it was originally built as a half cape and...
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