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Renovating old farmhouse a labor of love for Gloucester woman

It didn’t take long for Gloucester native Tiffany Lindsay Weaver to fall in love with the charm and character of an old farmhouse located just off Ware Neck Road near Flat Iron.

Though the house was in fair shape after its previous owner passed away, Weaver has taken it upon herself to renovate the home, and has done much of the designing and labor on her own.

“I walked in the door and fell in love,” Weaver said. “I called my husband and said, ‘Shane, you’re going to think I am crazy, but we’ve got to figure out a way to buy this house.’”

She said the previous owner of the home did a lot of renovations on the home before she died, and Weaver felt like she shared that woman’s same vision for finishing the work.

The first two major things Weaver did was to paint the roof red. “Every old farmhouse has to have a red roof,” she said. She also had the HVAC system replaced.

She said the original house was built a...

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