Visit site
  • susan Ingersoll

    White Farmhouse - my favorite

  • Mrs Momma Ryder

    classic white farm house interiors | Renovating an Old House in Upstate New York

  • Macy McWilliams

    This is my dream house flipping project... a 106 year old farmhouse in upstate New York.

  • Lindsey Miles

    farm house after renovation. upstate new york. from country living magazine...my dream house, just need to wrap that porch all the way around.

  • Melanie Warzecha-Telego

    A gorgeous country home that's been restored to its former glory, in upstate New York. Sourced from this site: http://www.countryliving.com/homes/renovation-and-remodeling/old-home-renovation-before-and-after-0910?click=main_sr#slide-2

Related Pins

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 ♥

I remember reading this article years ago... one of many seeds. roof pitch is too low to have a usable attic, but oh its lovely

It doesn't matter what's on the side of your house; if you want windows, we make it happen! Lake City Home Improvements www.lakecity.ca

too shady, but i like the rock edge to the pool and the foreground flowers

Home of Stephen Sills & James Huniford | The design team has split, but this was the home they shared♥

PCM Project & Construction Management Inc. - Your builder of luxury custom built homes in Oakville and Mississauga

I think this would be the perfect place to wash up after working in the garden or for hubby to clean up after working on the tractor

living by a quiet river...in a classic brick heap...wonderful!

Some people like huge dream houses...I prefer smaller cozy places with a serene yard and a small pool for relaxing....maybe a nice hammock hung from a tree too

As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. {Joshua 24:15}

Really similar to what we have chosen! Love the lands so and rounded shutters

2070 San Jose Avenue, Alameda, California, 1893 Queen Anne Victorian. The island community of Alameda contains more historic Victorian homes per capita than any other city in the U.S. Built as a suburb of San Francisco in the 1880's-90's, the builders boasted that the train station was no more than a 3 minute walk from any house in the neighborhood.