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This Vintage House Gives New Meaning to the Term “Homeschool”

Doug Towle takes a passion for history to the next level. His experience with restoring antique homes led to his purchase of the 1665 “Pilgrim House.” Originally owned by generations of the Farley family, the home was dismantled and stored for years until Towle came along and moved the building to his hometown in New Hampshire. Towle also found a schoolhouse which he added to the land and is now used as an educational tool for visitors of all ages. The level of detail in both the schoolhouse and the home itself is incredible, which you can see in the video tour. From original furnishings to rugs, the home is full of rare and unique items. Not only that, most of the trim has never been painted, meaning that the wood looks exactly as it did centuries ago.

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