In the United States, it is rare to find a building over a hundred years old in many places … in some places, though, a 15th-Century structure is simply an everyday thing left over from times past.
The real beauty in such a richly-aged property, at least to those of us living in ‘newer’ countries, is already built into the weathered stacked-stone walls and rough-hewn timber supports. So what is an architect or interior designer to do?
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