Good morning everyone !!!
We're back in my last neighborhood again - I can't stay away for very long obviously.
This one's just gorgeous - loads and loads of charm - shall we start?
15 rooms - 7 beds - 3 baths
Built in 1911
Realtor CHRISTINA MILLER
I'm loving those double swing windows ! ( and the builts in too ! )
The Living Room is so elegant
And I adore how they piled the books to make it look like a sculpture - I have to try that
What a gorgeous solarium -
The " boudoir " with a fireplace and alittle sun room off of it - perfection
The Master - great size for a 100 year + old home - love that there's 2 sets of windows
LOVE this bathroom - it's small but again filled with charm
Bedroom / Office
Pretty much all I would ever want to ask for right here - yes - I most definitely WANNA live there !!!
Have a wonderful Wednesday everybody
It's Party Time !!!
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YES! This one has most everything (except a pool) B*E*A*U*T*I*F*U*L! Blessings~~~RoxieReplyDelete
The house does exude a ton of charm.ReplyDelete
Spectacular and enormous. You buy it, start a commune, I'll join.ReplyDelete
(How would one stack the books like that?)
Lovely house... I'm wondering what will happen if I do the same pile of books if I want one that in the down part... Then even this living room will look like mine I guess: books everywhere, but mostly not on the shelves!ReplyDelete
Great house. Those floors and that kitchenis gorgeous. I too agree I would be outside on that beautiful patio all the time.ReplyDelete
I just put down a deposit. Look out Montreal...here comes Texas! ;)ReplyDelete
That's a great kitchen, but I like yours better, Suzan. And I think what I like best about this house is the solarium and the backyard. That's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I'm drooling. I love the original features of this home. The lighting is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
The house is Gorgeous with a capital G. The books are not stacked. They are in a vertical booker that is attached to a wall for stability. Depending on thickness, three to six books cann be stacked in each section and the supports just "disappear. "ReplyDelete
Are there any houses in your country that aren't gorgeous?ReplyDelete
Great find of a big ol house to live in. I like a lot of it and even the black and white floors too.ReplyDelete
ohhhhhh this one is pretty!ReplyDelete
Stunning home - and I could just live in that solarium!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I could move right in.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful home! Who wouldn't want to live there? It's fabulous! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking the tour with me Nancy !Delete
You find the most gorgeous houses.ReplyDelete