Bob covers some of the techniques involved in stripping and repainting the house's original siding. Also, Bob tours a Georgian architectural gem with twin octagonal parlors a few blocks away. Then, some of the new factory-made shutters are put on the old Federalist home.
Bob takes a tour of the elegantly appointed Guillard-Bennet House, one of the jewels in Charleston's crown.
Bob Vila tackles the revitalization of an exquisite Federal-style home, built in the early 1800s, which survived the Civil War but barely survived Hurricane Hugo in 1989. A major aspect of the project is the painstaking process of restoring the original plaster ornamentation and woodwork to their original detail.