An East Javanese Joglo is made of teak wood, around 180 years old (Jati). There are some borer insect surface marks at the foot of a couple of posts but no structural damage from these. Teak is incredibly hard and resistant to most things. The interior is being updated. This is a recycled building.
For people interested in reconstructing an old building purchased from somewhere else the first thing to know is there is a lot of work to do. You need a good foundation and there will be finishing work after the reconstruction. A puzzle with building is that nothing ever fits back the same way so there is a degree of improvising and playing around involved. Having said all that it is a much cheaper option than building from scratch.