Breezeway Back – The Restoration – Demolition

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This is the condition the back part of the Breezeway was in after we boarded up all of the windows that the college renters broke out before we were able to get moved in.

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Not really sure why these two windows have siding over them. It was apparently done quite a few years ago, since they were originally painted white, and the paint is almost completely worn off.

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Window missing it’s corner detail woodwork.

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The back wall has sagged so bad that the siding has began buckling in the middle.

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Window sill is really bowed, as well.

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One of the windows is missing the bottom portion of it’s lower sash.

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Trim corner board completely gone.

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Not too sure what to say about this…  I believe that, originally, there was window here just like the other back windows.  Not a very nice repair job.

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Door frame slants up, while the storm door sags down…

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Almost looks like some sort of optical illusion…

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The way that the back wall connects to the Main House has no consistency to the other side of the Breezeway.

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Inside view of the back door.

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Interior view of the repaired wall with the replaced window.

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Interior view of the back windows.

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Interior view of the back windows.

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Interior view of the back windows that were sided over.

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