very nice shot.congratshave a nice weekendhttp://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/05/you-are-the-sunshine-of-my-life/
I like that upstairs porch!
I like this house, that would do me, although if I had my way I would live in a tent! Ok more of a teepee with a log burner built in but something small and functional would be fine.
I wouldn't think about this style home when I think of your country! Thanks for teaching us! And it is a lovely home.
That's a really interesting house design. It's not something I'd seen in Sydney before though.Hope to see you on Norwich Daily Photo soon. Have a great weekend!
That is a beautiful house. I like restored old houses.
1.4 million $$$ probably. I can dream.
love the windows!
That house is very nicely restored - lots of detail in the style!
Beautiful presence in this home! A grand old lady!
My pleasure, Jim. I am pleased yo u enjoyed the meetup. We shall definitely do it again. Ann and I are thinking of an excursion for 'Vivid' once we know more about the event schedule. It is over the Queen's B'Day weekend, so the details are available somewhere.It was great to me you.
Strange there are no windows on one side. We are buying a house, and when to one that was built in 1920s, but it is not a character house.
Jim, it was great meeting you today. I don't visit your blog very often but you have added some great shots since my last visit. I love old houses ... guess that is why I live in a 100 year old mountain gem but they are a sink hole for funds.
this house seems so perfect to me.
What a beautiful house!
This is a really nice house. I think I could handle that style. :)
The house looks very nicely renovated.Normally I think of burgundy and green being the heritage colours for Edwardian houses. But clearly burgundy and tan (I am guessing it is tan, from the photo) were equally popular back then. Is that so?
Hels, the colours are usually green, burgundy and cream. This seems to be a very yellowy cream.
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