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Repurposing brings new life to old outbuildings

Lisa Bate's Saratoga Springs carriage house was converted into guest quarters and decorated with items she has recycled or purchased to give it an old time feel.
Lisa Bate's Saratoga Springs carriage house was converted into guest quarters and decorated with items she has recycled or purchased to give it an old time feel.
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Does your old barn or and carriage house have hidden potential? Several local homeowners have come up with inventive ways to repurpose old outbuildings into bonus spaces. For example, a Washington County carriage house is now a gallery and studio, a Saratoga Springs carriage house now sleeps guests and a Fort Edward dairy barn now hosts a theater troupe and community events. An Artist’s studio Artist Leslie Peck transformed an 1880s barn near the center ...


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