A UNIQUE RESCUE

Old House Journal|June 2020

A UNIQUE RESCUE
This couple refurbished an “obsolete” duplex dwelling, built-in 1899 as factory-worker housing.
John & Deb Caulo

Built as a duplex for the Queen City Cotton Company, our home is located in a unique, factory-town neighborhood in Burlington, Vermont. Constructed at the turn of the century, it had side-by-side units each with an identical six-room plan, with no indoor plumbing or central heat. Each duplex had an outhouse in the backyard, and a coal stove on the first floor, which heated the house.

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June 2020