Wonderful metalwork on the balcony, Jim!
Much more visible now that autumn has come for you.
Yes, it's quite hidden over spring and summer, William.
The balcony looks interesting.
I am always thrilled when the name of the home, in this case Hillsborough Terrace, is inscribed in the centrally located pediment. I cannot see if the date was also inscribed, but that too adds to the historical significance.
I can't tell whether it's on there in this shot. I'll have to check next time I go to nearby Newtown.
It looks lovely...and it looks like it has a lot of history behind it.
Nice. Have a good Tuesdaymuch love...
Victorian Filigree looks like it would be very much at home in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Have a blessed Ruby Tuesday.
We have a Hillsborough in North Carolina. It's full of contrasts - everything from trailer parks to historic homes.Take care, have a great week, and know that I always appreciate your visits to our weekly photo link-up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/
i ws thinking what driller said!
tall and thin. :)
Interesting style of home. The filgree fence railing is quite nice. Also liked the green colored fence in front of the building.
Hi Jim — long time no see. I was away from my blog for quite some time, and I miss it and the friends I made online. I'm back, and I hope I'm back to stay. I always enjoyed your photos.Kaywww.unfittie.blogspot.com
Reminds me of a house you'd find in New Orleans. or maybe Savannah, Georgia. What a great name to tack to the house at well. Lisa @ Life Thru the Lens
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