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In this home renovation series, contractor Jeff Devlin turns his skills to renovating very old houses in Pennsylvania. The goal is to create modern, luxurious spaces while still retaining the historic character of the buildings. The series airs on the DIY Network. Stone House Revival is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (41 episodes). The series first aired on May 11, 2016.

Where do I stream Stone House Revival online? Stone House Revival is available for streaming on DIY Network, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Stone House Revival on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
3 Seasons, 41 Episodes
May 11, 2016
Home & Garden, Reality
Cast: Jeff Devlin
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Stone House Revival Full Episode Guide

  • Jeff and his team tackle a couple's home that was once a historic inn. They can't wait to get started on the historical structure, but they soon find issues when they uncover the fireplace and try to install an exposed beam.

  • Jeff visits a couple at their 1732 home to address their unique wish to build a new kitchen in their living room. During the renovation, Jeff and the crew face a few bumps as they knock down a wall, relocate the plumbing and try to bring some history back into the space.

  • Jeff Devlin is challenged to bring out the history in an 1802 farmhouse that has had a number of questionable renovations throughout its 200 years. His clients want original stone and ceiling beams in the dining room and a complete overhaul of the fireplace in the living room. He and his team dive in and find surprises in both the dining room and living room, but they're able to turn both rooms into historically accurate spaces fit for this 1802 home.

  • Jeff meets up with a homeowner to restore the living room and bedroom in the oldest portion of her 1735 stone home. Jeff carefully lowers a historic mantel in the living room and turns the master bedroom into a dreamy retreat by exposing a wall of stone behind the headboard.

  • Jeff is tasked with turning a couple's front porch into an enclosed mudroom that blends the 1740s stone portion with the 1800s wood siding portion. He also makes two huge discoveries while restoring their large living room.

  • A couple calls on carpenter Jeff Devlin and his team to make the most of their budget and restore their historic dining room and exterior facade. Jeff gets to work adding tons of historic charm to the crumbling facade and completely transforms the dining room with a custom-built mudroom nook.

  • A couple with a home built in 1798 enlists Jeff Devlin to transform their original living room into a dining room to fit their growing family. Then, Jeff and the crew restore history in the original keeping room and uncover an amazing surprise while stripping down the original wood mantel.

  • Jeff Devlin is recruited to open up a cramped master suite and rework the layout to make room for a huge walk-in shower. He and his team hope to expose a hidden original fireplace in the bedroom and find some additional stone in the bathroom, but they run into unexpected surprises in both rooms.

  • Jeff Devlin is called on to restore a dated foyer and a huge living room with two fireplaces in a 1713 stone house. He and his team must make the dueling fireplaces work together while also bringing warmth and historic charm to the spaces.

  • Jeff Devlin is tasked to restore a crumbling family room and adjacent sunroom in an 1825 stone home. He and his team bring in a stunning bluestone floor and create tons of built-in storage in the family room before transforming the sunroom into a bright and airy home office with added touches of history.

  • Jeff Devlin is called on to restore the exterior of an 1802 farmhouse. Jeff and his team uncover a historic stone path, re-create the original shutters and build a post and beam style front porch. They also add a rustic entertainment area.

  • Jeff Devlin and his team are recruited to bring back some much-needed character to the master suite of an 1839 farmhouse. The renovation includes exposing a floor-to-ceiling chimney and creating a custom vanity out of old barn beams.

  • Jeff Devlin and his crew are called in to transform a dated kitchen and unfunctional dining room in a 1700s farmhouse. Once they dive in, they uncover a surprise within the dining room's mysterious closed-up fireplace before revamping the kitchen with a custom-made reclaimed wood island.

  • A woman and her daughter bring Jeff in to restore two rooms in the original portion of their 1751 stone home; Jeff and his team give the dining room a slightly formal farmhouse feel, then they achieve a rustic and refined style in the bathroom.

  • After inheriting a 1700s stone home that's been in the family since 1906, a couple calls on carpenter Jeff Devlin to peel away the dated decor in the entryway and living room to uncover as much of the original history as possible. Jeff and his team dig into the fireplaces in both rooms, refinish the wood flooring and open up an old staircase, sourcing antique spindles and a newel post to build a new railing.

  • Jeff visits a 1690s stone home to restore the original living room and enclose an attached vestibule to create a mudroom.

  • Carpenter Jeff Devlin is called on by Meghan and Justin to restore three historic spaces in their 1803 stone farmhouse. Jeff and his team get to work on the dining room, parlor and living room, and they uncover a massive surprise when they start digging into the walls of the parlor. Jeff also works on a custom pie safe, adding a historic piece of furniture to the dining room, and installs a stunning reclaimed tin ceiling in the living room.

  • Carpenter Jeff Devlin is recruited by Lisa and Tom to work on their 1737 stone home in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. They ask him to address two areas of the home, from different eras: the first floor, circa 1737, which they use as a mudroom and entryway; and the kitchen, which was built in the 1800s but looks straight out of the 1980s. Jeff and his team dig into the project, bringing unique historic elements into the entryway room and giving the kitchen an 1800s overhaul. They even look for a hidden hatch in the entryway floor, rumored to be a trapdoor used as part of the Underground Railroad.

  • Jeff restores a 1780 spring house in dire need of help. The joists and floorboards are almost completely rotten, and the painted stone is crumbling, but Jeff and team turn the house into a comfortable place for guests to stay.

  • Jeff meets Chase and Gretel who just bought their first home, a historic stone home with portions built in the 1700s, 1800s and 1990s. They want him to look at their dining room, which sits in the 1800s portion of the home, as well as their kitchen and sunroom, which sit in the more modern addition. This project is a tricky one for Jeff because Gretel wants the floor plan to be more open, but he can't do that without moving stone walls. They also want him to uncover some history, so he attempts to do so by exposing stone on the original exterior wall.

  • Jeff and his team restores a 1740s stone home sitting in a modern home's back yard and turns it into an entertainment and relaxation spot with historic flare.

  • Jeff restores three rooms in a 1790 stone home and uncovers a few unique original details hidden throughout.

  • Jeff restores the historic charm of an 1800s farmhouse kitchen.

  • Jeff builds a custom master suite for a historic stone home built in 1803.

  • Jeff restores a 1700s stone home and includes custom-built furniture.

  • Jeff and his team restore a 1850s summer kitchen in Pennsylvania.

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