The house was a gift from the local community, and so, too, was its wood.
There were trees around the kitchen, and the dining room.
The porch had been covered with branches for years, so the house also had a porch that reached out into the woods, where it sat and sat, surrounded by its own thickets.
When the screen house opened in June, it was the first of the dozen screens in the area to receive a green light.
The new owners of the property, a real estate firm called K.L.H.P., had just been named by the state to handle the county’s greenlight process.
K.C.P. is the same firm that owns the screen, which is currently undergoing the same process.
The screen has an 8,500-square-foot home that is part of the historic Woodstock subdivision.
Its neighbors are a mixed-use development with a parking garage and other amenities.
They are also part of a larger mixed-used development called Woodstock Center.
It includes a high-end hotel, an office space, a mixed retail and entertainment center, and several housing units.
KCP also has a mixed apartment complex on the site of the screen.
Woodstock has a population of about 8,000 people, about 10 percent of the county population, according to a 2011 county report.
There is one more neighborhood that will be affected: the adjacent Woodstock Plaza, which has an apartment complex that will have to be torn down to make way for the new screen.
The developers plan to redevelop the Woodstock property into a hotel and restaurant, as well as an entertainment complex that is expected to be completed in 2020.
The Woodstock Village project will be located in the city of Arlington, a suburb of Arlington and the second-largest city in Virginia, according the county.
Woodestown is the only other neighborhood that the county is planning to approve.
There are other neighborhoods in the county that are planning to redevelop, too.
The county is proposing to sell land to the developers for the redevelopment of several other properties in the Woodestock area, including the home of the Virginia State Fair.
In a report submitted to the county, the developers said they plan to turn a half-acre parcel of land that is about two-thirds of a mile east of the current Woodstock Screen house into a retail and residential development.
The plan includes a restaurant and retail complex, a community center and an outdoor amphitheater.
The land could be used for housing, a library, a school and other public uses.
The area around the screen houses is also home to a large number of small commercial properties, including one business that has been operating since 1884.
The owners of that business are currently trying to get back on its feet, but have not been able to.
The company owns a number of smaller commercial properties that were built on the property that is currently the Woodstocks screen house.
The property is located just a few miles from the intersection of Arlington Road and Arlington Boulevard.
The business that owns that property, the Red Fox Food Company, is trying to re-enter the local economy and make some money.
It has an existing property on the other side of the road that has not been occupied by a business for at least a decade.
This is why they decided to buy the screen property and start a new business, said Steve Brown, who owns Red Fox.
He is one of two owners of Red Fox who are working on the development.
Red Fox is located in a wooded area between the old Woodstock Theatre and the Woodsworth Theater, a popular local entertainment venue, where there are many concerts and other events.
The theater is currently being renovated to accommodate the proposed entertainment center.
The redevelopment will be done by an independent contractor, which will be able to use the land for its own purposes.
The project is also being financed by private donations.
The current owners of Woodstock were also instrumental in helping to create the development and bring the business back to life.
They were part of what made the development possible.
The original owner of the business was a man named Henry “Big Daddy” Smith.
Smith had been working at the theater for 30 years, and owned a lot of properties on the theater property.
He wanted to make a real investment in the theater, but it was too expensive for him to pay the rent.
So he decided to leave town, take a job in his hometown of Pittsburgh, and take over the theater.
He built a new theater there, which he called the New York Theater.
Smith died in 1955, and his estate has since been given the rights to the theater and is planning on rebuilding it.
The other owners are John C. Woodhouse and Richard L. Jones.
They bought the Woodhouses in 1964.
They also built the RedFox Food Company and the Redfox Theatre.
John C Woodhouse was a carpenter by trade and a realtor by trade. He