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In this episode:
This Old House TV returns for an all-new season to follow a young family as they tackle a diamond in the rough—an Arts and Crafts–style gem in a historic Boston suburb.
Kevin, Norm, Roger, Richard, and Tommy are back in Arlington—this time at an early English-style Arts and Crafts house built in 1909. Kevin meets the homeowners Nick and Emily, both originally from Arlington, and gets a look at the first floor to see what has been preserved and what has been altered over the years. Meanwhile, Norm goes upstairs to check out the plans for the second and third floors. Outside, Roger and Emily take a walk around the property with landscape architect Kim Turner to discuss how the homeowners envision using the space. Down in the basement, Richard shows Kevin the inefficient boiler and talks about plans for future mechanical and plumbing systems. Back upstairs, homeowner Nick is up for his first task: demolishing the outdated kitchen.
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Source: Homes and Lifestyle