Remember that schoolhouse in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, the one all those kids are evacuated from right before they get menacingly (but not suuuuper violently) pecked-at by a murder of crows? Houzz has a Halloween present for those who do, in the form of photographs inside the adorable home this 141-year-old Bodega, California, landmark has been converted into.
Fun fact: Hitchcock's inclusion of the structure in the film was what convinced the then-owner not to dismantle it to sell it for lumber. Ironically enough, birds had taken over the second floor when before it was converted into a family home, which was done without changing the size of the large classroom spaces.
Houzz has the full story of the rehab.