Winchester Mystery House is a beautiful 2 story home built in the 1930s.
It was designed by Charles D. Baudelaire in 1930, and is one of the oldest homes in the county, according to the New York Historical Society.
In order to create a 2-story home, a wood frame house was built around the base of the foundation.
It’s a very simple design, and there’s no need for a staircase, or for windows to be large or large.
It only requires about 6 feet of clear glass, which is what you’d expect in a house that’s just a little over 2 stories.
The only thing that would change about the house is the shape of the wood framing.
If you wanted to build something bigger, you would need to add more floor space to the top of the house.
But that’s about it.
The house sits on a hilltop and has been in use since 1882.
The main building was constructed in 1925, and the entire home was constructed around a 10-foot-tall log.
It wasn’t until 1967 that the house was listed for sale, and its owner is still working on his project.
There are plans for a new home for the Baudels, but it’s unclear when they might open.