|Could Your Old Home Be The Next This Old House Project?|
David: This Old House is searching for a gem in the rough: The This Old House TV crew is seeking old homes in need of renovation in the Greater Boston area, with plenty of special features to save and update. From downtown Boston lofts, to classic Capes and Colonials, to ornate Victorians in the suburbs, the series is accepting proposals for all housing types, styles and neighborhoods. Whether you are just in the dreaming phase, or well along with design, we want to hear from you. Likewise, if you are an architect with projects "on the boards" we'd love to learn more.
Current Call for Entries
2014 Greater Boston Search Timeline:
For 2014, This Old House will consider proposals from November 4, 2013 through January 15, 2014. The project should be ready to break ground in early April 2014. In order to meet the show's broadcast schedule, work must conclude by November 2014 in most cases. The selected projects will be featured on multiple This Old House episodes airing on PBS, premiering in the fall of 2014.
What to Submit:
?Brief description of the renovation project?be sure to also include house style, location and year built
?Low-res digital pictures of the home's interior and exterior
?Brief description of the current homeowners
?Low-res digital pictures of the homeowners
?How much you plan to spend
?When you need to start and conclude the project
?Architectural plans, if there are any in development
How to Submit:
Please e-mail proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit them via regular mail to: This Old House Project Proposals, P.O. Box 130, Concord, Massachusetts 01742. Select homeowners will be contacted by show producers for further interviews. Due to the volume of proposals received, This Old House will not be able to respond personally to everyone or return submitted materials.
The renovations are completely funded by the homeowners and not This Old House, though the show coordinates product discounts and donations where possible. All donated items are considered gifts, on which the homeowners pay taxes.
For more information about this and other This Old House projects, please visit www.thisoldhouse.com. Become a fan of This Old House on Facebook or follow the show on Twitter!