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  • Victoria Willis

    I love: 1. The feel of this porch and the flag!! 2. The white picket fence!! 3. The wide stairs leading to the porch, but I would prefer only 4 steps. 4. The colors. Are they white and gray or blue? I absolutely love old farmhouses. This house is a great example of a classic farmhouse style with a large wrap-around porch, and would be my first choice as a dream home. (Not this exact house, but the 'perfect' farmhouse would be my dream. I'm not exactly sure though what it looks like.

  • *Sherri*

    A country farm house with a wrap-around porch with plenty of sitting room, love the brick pathway to steps and white picket fence.

  • Alyssa Baker

    Dream house, white picket fence and wrap-around porch with the American flag flyin!

  • Jessica Barnard

    farmhouse style with a large wrap around porch = dream home.

  • Devine Barbara

    Wrap around front porch, screen porch, American flag, beautiful yard and white fence! My dream home!

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