This three-story English Tudor at the corner of Belclaire and Douglas is one of the crown jewels of Highland Park. Completed by distinguished builder Jeff Gilbert in 2005, this stately residence offers a flexible floor plan and unsurpassed attention to detail. The backyard features a large covered outdoor entertainment area, a beautiful salt water pool and spa and manicured landscaping. A prime opportunity for the discerning buyer!|strip_tags
cottage in martha's vineyard ❥ ❥
A RARE FIND! STEP BACK IN TIME WHEN YOU ENTER THIS GRAND VICTORIAN. ORIGINAL CARVED WOODWORK and POCKET DOORS. HIGH CEILINGS. MARBLE FIREPLACE IN PARLOR and FAMILY RM. HARDWOOD FLRS. LOVINGLY RESTORED TO THEIR ORIGINAL BEAUTY. OWNERS HAVE CUSTOM PAINTED and DECORATED IN KEEPING WITH THE PERIOD. LARGE MASTER BEDRM W/WALK IN CLOSET and ADJOINING PORCH. POWDER RM PLUMBED FOR SHOWER/TUB. FORMAL STAIRCASE OFF FOYER and ANOTHER OFF KITCHEN. CENTRAL VACUUM. HIGH ROOF IN WALK UP ATTIC and WINDOWS ...
Middletown New York Grand Victorian
On the National Register of Historic Places. Presently a Bed and Breakfast and known as the Mansion, this Victorian was built in 1885 and has a total of 43 rooms. There are 9 bedrooms, 7 kitchens, 6.5 bathrooms, and 4 fireplaces. Original wood floors and ...
The Mansion Bed & Breakfast
In the South, we believe in houses with porches. Not just any porch, but one that is wide enough for a gathering with neighbors and relatives that we can sit in rocking chairs or on a glass of ice-cold sweet tea. We like the freshness of the Southern air and the opportunity to sit on the front porch to wave at passer-by's (even folks we have never had the pleasure of meeting)!
Lake Charles, La Phototgraphy of Louisiana Tourism Locations Events - Peter A Mayer Advertising / Assoc. Creative Director: Neil Landry; Account Executives: Fran McManus Lisa Costa; Art Production: Janet Riehlmann
Consider the context of your home and aim to blend in. If all the houses are white and you want a darker house, you're better off with a midtone instead of a dark color. Use bolder strokes of color on smaller elements, like the front door or shutters.