a stacked stone Georgian revival style home in Moorestown, New Jersey, complete with matching retaining walls. Gorgeous 12-over-12 windows dressed with black shutters, third floor dormers, matching black door with sidelights and fanlight surrounded by classical style portico, and a lovely winding wing off to the right. via Foo Dog

a stacked stone Georgian revival style home in Moorestown, New Jersey, complete with matching retaining walls. Gorgeous 12-over-12 windows dressed with black shutters, third floor dormers, matching black door with sidelights and fanlight surrounded by classical style portico, and a lovely winding wing off to the right. via Foo Dog

Stone wall with pink flowering wax begonias, Iberis atop stone wall, evergreen shrubs, Buxus boxwood, white picket fence, garden shed, bird house, garage, neat brick edging next to nice lawn grass, steps to tiered two level landscaping, dealing with a slope in the backyard landscape

Stone wall with pink flowering wax begonias, Iberis atop stone wall, evergreen shrubs, Buxus boxwood, white picket fence, garden shed, bird house, garage, neat brick edging next to nice lawn grass, steps to tiered two level landscaping, dealing with a slope in the backyard landscape

Georgian: 1760-1790, England/U.S. Colonies; 5 bays, 2 stories with central door; double gambrel roof; quoining, heavy detailing, thick chimney; 12 over 12 windows

Georgian: 1760-1790, England/U.S. Colonies; 5 bays, 2 stories with central door; double gambrel roof; quoining, heavy detailing, thick chimney; 12 over 12 windows

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