A Home Built for Socializing
A man turns an old Alabama social hall into a historic home.
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When David Hurlbut purchased an old social club in Selma, Alabama, it had been sitting vacant and neglected for the last 40 years. Nevertheless, he saw the building's potential and transformed it into a historic home with the help of his assistant and roommate. Instead of gutting the structure and starting over, they were able to restore the old plumbing system
and maintain many of the building's original fixtures.
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