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In the 1970's, the Seaquist family modernized the house with indoor plumbing by adding a bathroom on the wrap-around porch. In order to properly restore the porch, we decided to tear out the bathroom. Thanks to our wonderful volunteers traveling with Habitat for Humanity, we...

During the winter and spring months, we basically took out dead plants, cleaned out flower beds and raked leaves. We removed the two huge crepe myrtle trees that almost covered the front of the house and transplanted them. Once they were removed, we had a...

The back room of the first floor was converted to a kitchen in the mid 1970’s by Garner and Clara Seaquist. Since the goal of the foundation is to restore the house to its former glory, we removed the sink, dishwasher and cabinets. This left...

After purchasing the house in January of 2015, there were many safety issues to take into consideration: the railings on the balconies on the second and third floor are not built high enough for building code safety, so we have not been able to allow...

Three rooms were renovated in the 1970’s, and unfortunately the linoleum and tiling used were made with asbestos. The estimate received from the environmental company in San Antonio is a little over $9400, plus additional work for five days that must be done by a third...