I love them all but the 5th one is my real favourite. Its the house of my dreams!!
Well as my friend Anne has already chosen #5 which is so cute and cozy looking - I'll take #4 which reminds me of old big family houses in New Hampshire where Bob lived. The floors would definitely be gently creaking wide plank, and the interior doors would be panelled, with gracious handles and keyholes. The kitchen would be large with hanging copper pots (like yours!). Love the porch - must have a porch!Sandwich, MA is definitely historic and lovely - has been years since I was there.
hi! what a fun tour! i think the dormered cape is my fave.i'm partial to capes! so snug! but the white house with the side entry is pretty sweet. i love anything with cozy nooks. jkj
I like the second one....Love the yellow with the black shutters.
#7, but it needs a porch.
Good lord janet! How can we even pick when they are all so lovely? looks like rte 6A to me! I pick #4 since I always go more towards Victorians. They are truly all gorgeous though~ The barn sale was great & a big success. I hope you make the Fall one on Sept.30! You wouldn't believe the work that goes into getting it all together! :) chris
I have to agree I love all but one of these houses.I won't say which.House #4 looks like the perfect place for a family gathering and that is of the utmost importance to me.
I like the yellow one. It looks newly painted, all fresh and clean and the hedge gives privacy. BTW, I wish I were going to Villefranche again too. I just have too much going on this year. Wasn't that a great place?
Hi Janet :)All of them are darling, but I would choose #1 I think because of the porches ;)(((hugs)))rue
Definitely #1! Lots of nooks and crannies and hideaway spots in the house. Love it!!
I think that first one has my vote though they are all great. I like the first one for the history, the design and also because it looks a little haunted and I love a good ghost hunt :)Hugs,Joanne
I choose #1. My dream house looks just like that.I love the exterior of the house, it's classy.
oh my I have lived in so many homes and each one has a different feel. When I looked through your array I immediately fell for the first one because I never lived in a victorian, but love the lace curtains, silver service, and wicker chairs on the porch that may have been there during it's birth. However, I got all tingly when i saw the simple comfort of the traditional cape cod! What a fun visit!
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