By mAm59t. Bathroom Ideas. At Sunday, June 14th 2020, 20:51:56 PM.
Most old homes aren't particularly historic. Few homes stand the test of time; most fall down or are demolished after about a century, at the point when they are no longer as functional or aesthetically pleasing as homebuyers expect. Even so, almost all older homes have features no longer built into new construction properties, and some of these features are inherently valuable due to the character they impart. In general, the older the home, the more of these features will be present.
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To many homeowners, older properties are just more fun than new construction. While some buyers focus on the flaws of a 50-year-old home — the inefficient windows and doors, the outdated appliances and light fixtures, etc. — others revel in the property's unique quirks, believing them to be beloved relics of the past. Older homes have history, and it is a homeowner's duty to honor and preserve the history that first attracted them to a particular home.