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A Ranch Out Westerly | Westerly Ranch House

Season 41 Episode 1 | 23m 43s

The new season kicks off with a ranch house in Westerly, RI. Inside, Tom and Kevin tour the house and admire the knotty pine paneling. Kevin and the homeowners take a look at the architect renderings. Norm pays a visit to California Ranch style homes. Richard tours the structurally sound basement with Jeff. Jenn and Roger walk property to consider landscape options. Salvage and demo begin.

Aired: 10/02/19 | Expires: 09/28/20
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot.
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