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There are two many questions in this to do a good job of answering so I will tackel the most important one. I would build a French drain from above the house along the property line (the higher up the property you can afford to go and at least 3' deep). The depth will help pull all the water both surface and topsoil water movement. if you also have water ...


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You have an interesting problem, with a lot of compounding issues. If you only have 4 courses of brick on top of dirt, that's not much of a foundation either way. I personally would be greatly concerned about movement, but the fact that its been that way for a couple of hundred years is kind rendering it null and void. I wonder too what you mean by "poly ...



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