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Christian Hacker 138M 8

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Christian Hacker 138M 8
This is the original colour scheme of blue and white. The house never had chimneys, but it did have its original roofing paper but it was in appalling condition and the front of the mansard had to be heavily restored, the windows had fallen out but were present
Posted on July 23, 2015 Full Size| Slideshow

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5 Comments

DianeP
5:14 PM on October 23, 2018 
I think this is the same as the house I've just bought. I need to make new dormer windows as mine are missing.
Jan
6:20 AM on July 25, 2015 
Lovely, interesting house and I love Christian Hacker Houses, thanks for showing all these photos of each section.
Ruth
8:44 PM on July 24, 2015 
Coach lining, I have a friend who is a sign writer. But I have a theory that women did the work in the factory, and because the houses are so creative and individual, they came in to work and thought "What will I do today"
Zoe H
5:43 PM on July 24, 2015 
These houses are wonderful, how lucky you are to have one, Ruth! You have done a great job on the paintwork, I'm always impressed by neat lining as it's such a tricky job.
Brooksey
8:54 AM on July 24, 2015 
It's a great beauty, Ruth - it sounds as though you have done an amazing rescue job on it! (Do you have any "before" pictures?).

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