We are currently dismantling this 230 year old house in Fryeburg, Maine.The frame will then be cleaned, repaired and re-assembled on a new foundation on the same property. This is a great way to completely restore this historically important frame.

It is documented to have been built on the current site in 1786. The two story building is built around the parts of an earlier single story cape, so it’s origin is even earlier. (must be one of the oldest buildings in the area). The frame is primarily pine. There is also some oak (corner posts and braces). The three flue, five fireplace chimney is magnificent.