BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE ELEVATES HISTORIC HOME WITH NEW WINDOWS
October 1, 2021
Historic homes can be unique and charming, but they also present challenges when it comes to renovating and updating. However, when you take the appeal of an older property and the skill of professional builders who know how to apply their talents to pre-modern structures, you can create something special.
One great example is the story of Rutledge Cabin – a one-story, one-room log cabin structure with bathrooms attached. It was originally built in Tennessee in the 1830s and later moved to Texas. Current owners Torrey and Ed Carleton rebuilt it on their Schuettig Star Ranch - 40 acres of beautiful Texas countryside south of San Antonio.