A Charming English House by Architect Andrew Charles Borzner. The book of beautiful homes. by Andrew C. Borzner Published 1932// A bit larger than my ideal home, but a small version with a more pitched roof (More English Cottage like) would be wonderful!
With half-timber and lath walls, a turret, carved rafter tails, leaded glass, and reclaimed wood and stone floors—this home looks as if it could have been gently plucked from the pages of a fairy tale. - Photo: John Granen
Blaise Hamlet, Bristol, England. Owned and looked after by The National Trust. Nine beautiful John Nash designed cottages surrounding a "village green" with the original water pump. Built in 1812 to house the servants of the owners of the nearby Blaise Castle mansion house (now owned by Bristol City Council), which was mentioned in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park.
483 Park St, Montclair Twp., NJ 07043 — A classic 1907 English Tudor, rich in craftsmanship yet cool and modern at the same time. Renovated from top to bottom,with seasonal NYC views from the 2nd and 3rd floors. Every amenity imaginable --, from the completely custom chefÂ’s kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinets, marble countertops on a 9Â’ island, built-in banquette and entertainment center plus a fireplace (one of six!), to the 3-room master bedroom suite with a sitting room set off by…