Note the lack of foundation on the additon to the second story.
Revealed at last.
The sandstone around the building was crumbling from the first time I was familiar with the building, in 1990.
Extensive renovation to another problem area, the crumbling retaining wall.
This was not crumbling in 1990, and there was the small patio below, outlined in timbers, here.
Brick and pavers in the patio area.
The renovation reached this point, and then everything halted for installation of a new HVAC system.
The refinished floors were ruined in the process and had to be redone.
As I said, it might as well have been a government job.
Look closely over the truck bed and see a back side bending over, cleanng windows.
The second floor is no longer a private residence, but renovated (or will be) as a bed and breakfast.
A current golfer tidbit. This is the course I pass twice daily.
All the sand traps seem to be under renovation; I've watched them dug out and refilled.
In case you don't know, those puppies are very deep; four or five feet, filled with sand.
But the sand trap above is being filled with sod.
The sand trap from hell?
Another sand sand trap.
I don't know if the boulder was excavated and will be carried away,
or imported, for golf balls to ping off of.