The "2008" over the doorway in "The Room of the Future" signifies the year when the renovation work on the home was largely complete.
The "1848" over the doorway in "The Room of the Past" signifies when the original portion of the home was built. Through the doorway is the dining room, also called "The Room of the Future." The Harshbargers worked on President Obama's election campaign.
This photo of Daniel Harshbarger and his family hangs in the Harshbargers' home. The photo was taken in the 1880s.
A windowsill in the original portion of the home holds glass bottles, nails, marbles, a toy horse and other items the Harshbargers found while working on the house.
Jeff Harshbarger holds one of the couple's cats, Yogi, who lives in the cat house Jeff built, in the background.
"The Room of the Past" is part of the original Harshbarger homestead.
Jeff Harshbarger works in the kitchen, part of the addition he and his wife Grace added to the original brick home.
Jeff and Grace Harshbarger used all the old bricks they could find on the property to rebuild the original part of the house. A wood frame addition to the original brick home was destroyed by fire shortly after Jeff Harshbarger purchased the property in 1999.
Grace works on the second floor of the original home, which includes an office and the Harshbargers' bedroom.
The renovated Harshbarger home. The front of the house is the original 1848 brick home, with a garage added to the left and the new addition, with cedar siding, behind.
A window opening in the wall of the original home now holds a set of custom-built shelves.
The dining room in "The Room of the Future," in the original brick portion of the Harshbarger home.
The bathroom on the first floor has a vaulted ceiling. The brick wall behind the mirror was the outside wall of the original brick home. A portion of it was badly damaged when the home caught on fire and it had to be rebuilt. The seam between the original portion and the rebuilt portion is visible above the mirror.