Shelton McMurphy Johnson House - Eugene, OR. - The house was built in 1888 and is located across the tracks directly north of the amtrac depot.Tours are available for information see: www.smjhouse.org/...
Shelton McMurphy Johnson House - Eugene, OR
Old house, Italianate details of house at N. Hanchett at Grand St. Coldwater, MI.
Old house, Very ornate Second Empire, The Jordan House in Auburn, Maine designed and built by Charles A. Jordan, ca 1880.
Second Empire House Style
Old house, Carson Mansion located in Eureka California. An eclectic mix of adornment prominently in the Queen Anne style. With the Queen Anne style in America, more is never too much. (I'll disagree)
Mudhouse Mansion is an abandoned house located in Fairfield County, just east of Lancaster, at 4730 Mudhouse Road. It's a very imposing, impressive place built into a hill, with a number of outbuildings surrounding it. With its empty windows and isolated location, Mudhouse Mansion practically screams haunted house. And, appropriately enough, it is one.
Old house. Located near Weidman Md. on Sudlersville Rd. (also known as 300) off of Highway 301. March 18, 2009 by Pixelfilmsproductions on Flickr.com
Old house, located at 75 Depot Street in Fleischmanns, NY. This mansion is a great example of George F. Barber's design no. 37 from "New Model Dwellings." It pains me as a restoration specialist to see something so beautiful so neglected.
Old house, named The Woodshed, a stick style mansion located in Sea Cliff NY on Long Island's North Shore. This grand mansion was built in 1872. The Stick Style utilizes decorative trimboards or "Sticks" to symbolize and emphasize the timber construction used in the framing process.
Old house, It's in Brownsville, PA, in Washington County (about 35 miles south of Pittsburgh) on The National Pike (Rt. 40). It's just down the road from a restaurant called Hugo's. See more images on theknownuniverse.us "Historic Home of Jonathan Knight (1787-1858)" The brick part was built in 1870 by Oliver Knight Taylor - a Brownsville banker. Knight built much of the National Road (Pike) in Washington County & was the first Chief
Old house, located in Fayette, Missouri, a small town in the central part of the state. The house has Gothic, Queen Anne, and Italianate designs and influences. It dates from the late 1870's to early 1880's. A simple yet striking brick creation with millwork ornamentation not overbearing. The house still looks impressive, despite the fact that it has seen some pretty lean years of minimal upkeep and some neglect. Currently, it appears to be undergoing a major renovation, as the opposite side from this view is stripped and covered with scaffolding and ladders. The house has a polychrome slate roof (very faded and hard to see in this photo, which was taken on an overcast November day), as well as a stone foundation and stone window lintels.