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  • Take a tour of a remodeled 1903 Paso Robles hilltop cottage

    Debbie Lorenz and Brett VanSteenwyk, whose family is part-owner of Adelaida Cellars and whose various enterprises include Scientific Drilling, bought the historic 1903 Reid-Hamilton House in Paso Robles in 2011 and began restoring it. Repairs were extensive. The project nearly doubled the house to 3,350 square feet from 1,755 square feet.

Debbie Lorenz and Brett VanSteenwyk, whose family is part-owner of Adelaida Cellars and whose various enterprises include Scientific Drilling, bought the historic 1903 Reid-Hamilton House in Paso Robles in 2011 and began restoring it. Repairs were extensive. The project nearly doubled the house to 3,350 square feet from 1,755 square feet. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Debbie Lorenz and Brett VanSteenwyk, whose family is part-owner of Adelaida Cellars and whose various enterprises include Scientific Drilling, bought the historic 1903 Reid-Hamilton House in Paso Robles in 2011 and began restoring it. Repairs were extensive. The project nearly doubled the house to 3,350 square feet from 1,755 square feet. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Restoring a turn-of-the-century home in Paso Robles

April 19, 2017 4:44 AM