House constructed 1930, no evidence of fire damage at the basement or crawl space. The neighbor informed the buyer of the fire that apparently occured over 40 years ago. Damage was confined to the attic/roof structure. Most of the rafters were sistered, and some sheathing had been replaced. The “purlins” appeared to have been added, post fire. Their installation appears to be incorrect and ineffective. The jack rafter shown, along with a few others, have little structural stability. I was surprised to still be able to smell the burned materials after 40+ years. Never know what you may find, helps to keep the inspection work interesting.