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Do the new entrance like this - but deeper...sweet ! .....dru

Can I just drop this house right in Old Town and call it a day? I'll take the car too, please :)

Lovely Italianate home (See the "eyebrows" over the windows?- that's one of clues that it's Italianate.)

Design Chic - mailto:judylinn10... - Gmail. If you are so fortunate to build a custom home, please don't try to reinvent the wheel. In the end , this painted brick Georgian will win the timeless "little black dress" award every time.

A 1690 house in Ipswich, MA, with new colonial-style garden (Photo: Jon Crispin) | Old House Journal Curb Appeal Month—31 days of inspiration & advice sponsored by www.vintagedoors.com

Not typically my cup of tea, but it's so cute that I just may have to make an exception for one of these beauties ♥

An excellent example of a colonial fieldstone house... among other things, I have a deep obsession with fieldstone.

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

This house was built c.1759 by Philemon Hawkins. Vance County, NC.