Friday, February 22, 2013


The built in table and benches were removed.  They were saved but I don't know what we'll do with them.  They're original to the cottage and were built by Rassie Wicker.  He was the builder of the cottage back in 1919.
The window and wall is gone, which will lead way to the new addition consisting of the laundry room, hallway and proposed master suite.


Annie said...

I'm doing some browsing, Amy, since my visit to Beautiful Whispers . . . Now that I've discovered your cottage will will enjoy following along in your adventure.

Deb Wicker said...

Hi, my husband's grandfather was Rassie Wicker. We remodeled the house at the corner of Short and Dundee. You have met and talked to my sister-in-law, Jill Gooding. I am very interested in your remodel (we chose the same bathroom tiles for our bathrooms)and to learn how you know what Rassie had to do with your house. Deb Wicker.

Amy said...

Hi Deb,
It's so nice to talk to you! We did meet Jill while taking a tour of your lovely renovated house. What inspiration your home is! I look forwarding to meeting you one of these times in Pinehurst! I consider these homes in Pinehurst gems. I hope someday they're all brought back to their glory.