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The Spadena House in Beverly Hills, CA, also known as the Witch's House, was designed/built in Culver City by Harry Oliver in 1921 and moved to BH's in 1934. (****Duplicate Pin)

this house looks like it should be sitting on the coast in carmel-by-the-sea. awesome whimsical roof.

Fairy tale painted cottage in Seattle takes whimsical to new heights! A real charmer! Wonder what it's like inside?

Charming 'storybook cottage' design in Colleyville, a Dallas/Fort Worth suburb. This was a custom design done by Samuel Hackwell of Storybook Homes.

Uhm this is the cutest little house I've ever seen ♥ The curved roof is a bit much, but I love the stone!!!

I can not even put into words how much I want to be here. Armed with a book, of course.

There used to be a lot of homes similar to this around when I was a kid...and didn't care to go explore :(

brings to mind by first real large doll house, she was simply beautiful 2 moi, it was hidden on grandmamans' solarium, I still remember walking thru those lovey French paned doors and voila-joi unspeakable full of glory

Potters Manor House was built in 1904 by the classical architect Hugh Jokin. It nestles well hidden near the village of Nevertell just off the A40999 in Hampnex. The last inhabitants were a family of artisans and potters and for some reason, that we will probably never know, left the house with all its contents including many paintings and full wardrobes of clothes. Amazing. They don't build them like this anymore.

I've decided to refer to Bill Bryson for this scene, when he describes tromping around an abandoned house with his older siblings.

Abandoned...... wish I such a house, how can anybody neglect this so beautiful house??