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Ooh! I hope all your hard work pays off.

Could the previous owner used Lime (as in lime that is used for livestock pens etc) or a powder bleach and that is what the white areas are?

You could try painting the wood after withreally strong black tea. The tannins in tea are supposed to rejuvenate wood. There is even a tea+vinegar wood treatment method floating around on the internet. But I suspect you will be so OVER using vinegar by the time the cleaning stage is done.