For 50 years, Twain and Francene Tharp collected antique furniture and architectural pieces to use in the home they hoped to build one day.
Finally, in September, they moved into a new, five-bedroom, five-bath home just outside Blanco that was designed and built specifically to accommodate dozens of pieces they had been storing — including a magnificent walnut winder staircase in the front entryway.
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