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"That is not what they are advocating at all. What they are arguing for is a certain degree of historical preservation of the actual structure of the house. Keeping, say, the original flooring and restoring it to its original condition doesn't get in the way of any modern technological advances. Also, refrigerators are appliances, not structural components; that is, they are separate from the building itself. They (and I) are not advocating for the recreation a historical experience, but for the preservation a historical structure."—PreciousWit [Built in 1907, This is the Oldest House on the Market Now]