The solar field is part of an improbable late-life project of Mrs. Guth’s. Five years ago, at a time when many people her age are downsizing to one-bedroom condos, she bought this 12,000-square-foot colonial revival home on 30 acres and set about addressing, as she politely put it, the “deferred maintenance.” In fact, the place had never been properly winterized and was a bit of a wreck.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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