PENNYPACK WOODS, New York – A wooden house number 1 is the biggest in the state of New York, and it is also the most expensive.
The house on the edge of the city’s Pennypack Woods housing project is a piece of Americana.
The wood, which is considered a national treasure, was brought to the United States from the Caribbean and is a favorite of generations of American homeowners.
For the past 50 years, the home has been a favourite haunt of the wealthy.
When the owner died in 2013, the house’s history and the value of its contents were taken over by a group of wealthy New Yorkers.
A number of them bought it and renovated it.
The project, however, fell through after the collapse of the American housing bubble in 2008.
A group of the rich bought the property, which had been empty for decades, and rebuilt it as a tourist attraction.
“We wanted to keep it as Americana as possible,” said the owners of the Pennypacks Wood House, Tom and Laura Hulshoff.
“I think people are very proud of it.”
They hope that their efforts will pay off.
The former family home is now being converted into a park and playground.
The Hulstons built the home on a small plot of land just outside of the borough of Brooklyn in the early 20th century.
The property, known as the Hulsten Family Home, was owned by their father, Thomas Hulsen.
In the 1950s, Thomas and his family purchased the land and built a small house there.
But it was not until the late 1950s that the family began renovating the property.
“It was quite a dramatic change from the house we were living in,” said Laura Humprecht, who helped the Hulsens sell the house.
In 1962, they moved the house from their home in Brooklyn, New Jersey, to the New York City suburb of New Hyde Park, where the family lived until the 1960s.
“At that point, I felt the house was worth a lot more than it was,” Laura Hummens said.
The building was later sold and converted into the Wood House Museum, a historic preservation project that showcases the history of the house, its furnishings and the original wooden structure.
The home has long been a tourist draw, with visitors visiting the property to view it from the comfort of their home.
Visitors have also taken pictures and videos of the interior, including a photograph of the front door with the inscription, “This house was built in 1864, and its history and its value is a national heritage.”
The Hulsen’s first attempt at renovating and restoring the house came in the 1970s.
The renovation project, which was completed in 1979, involved the Hults renovating an old barn on the property and replacing the old wooden door frames with modern wooden panels.
But a few years later, the Hulters sold the barn and rebuilt the house on a smaller plot.
In 1993, the family sold the old house and bought the land in New Hyde Parks for the renovation of the structure.
After more than a decade of renovation, the wooden structure is finally complete.
Laura Humbresht said the original design of the building was “very American”.
“It has been Americana since the days of the great white explorers,” she said.
“There are lots of stories about how people in the 1700s would come up with all these ideas and then they’d get it right.”
The new building will have the same feel of a classic house, Laura Hulumts said.
But the new design includes a more modern feel.
“You will be able to feel the history and you will be comfortable,” she added.
The structure has been built with the same materials used in previous renovations, including the original wood panels, but now it will also include a modern, open design.
Laura said the new renovation will include the addition of a playground area and a new bar.
“The new building is going to be the place to hang out, socialize, socialise,” she explained.
“This is going not just for the residents, but for the whole neighborhood.”
Laura Hularesht and her family will also be providing a free guided tour of the new house and will also conduct educational workshops about the history behind the original building.
The Wood House will be open for tours starting May 15.