To celebrate the 40th anniversary of This Old House, we’ve mapped out every This Old House Project location, from 1979 in Dorchester, MA to the present Brookline Mid-Century Modern. This covers 40 years and more than 74 house projects. This Old House has gone coast to coast and beyond to restore and renovate Victorians, Farmhouses, Bungalows, Brownstones and more.
If you’re a This Old House fan, then host Kevin O’Connor’s new book The Best Homes from This Old House, is a must buy. His photos are spectacular and you’ll gain a greater appreciation for the beauty of these homes.
Note the high concentration of house projects in New England. Some areas have been selected two or three times. Most every season a Boston area project is chosen during the summer months which allows the guys to remain close to their family and businesses and provides a window of weather for the team to work with their favorite contractors and designers.
A longer house project is chosen for the rest of the year and usually takes place in warmer climates as you can see by the multiple projects throughout the sunbelt in Florida, Southern California, and the Southwest.
There have been two international projects, London and Bermuda and I’m sure the requests for overseas projects have continued to build.
*The locations on the map are not the actual address of the house project but rather the general location of the city or town the house was located.