To the uninformed, Todd's Inheritance is in bad shape.
To those who have worked tirelessly for many years to raise money and restore the historic Edgemere home to its former glory, it hasn't looked this good in a long time.
Todd's Inheritance Historic Site, a volunteer nonprofit organization formed to restore the building and create a living classroom and museum, has spearheaded the fundraising and renovation efforts.
"It's come a long way since all the windows were boarded up, hasn't it?" TIHS President Carolyn Mroz said June 15, when this photo was taken. "Most people can't appreciate all the work that has been done, but we certainly can."
Some electrical work and installation of insulation and drywall on the first floor need to be completed "and then we have a museum," TIHS board member Larry Leone said.