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england and its cottages and its climbing roses and mail through your letterbox and letterboxes near to you oh and the fact new isnt everything ;)

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Neighbours house

/\ /\ . Farrow & Ball: Off-Black No. 57, Blue Ground No. 210

Photo location: Neds Cottage | Light Locations

Grade II listed cottage in Dulwich Mixture of old and new Living room, hallway and kitchen/dining room ...

GEORGICA POND INTERIORS - our home, blue and white decorating, Hamptons, coastal chic

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New Oxford Street, London

James Smith & Sons Hazelwood House 53 New Oxford Street London WC1A 1BL

The world famous James Smith and Sons Umbrella Shop was founded in 1830 and is still owned and run as a family business. For 175 years the company has been making umbrellas, sticks and canes for both ladies and gentlemen. The historic and beautiful shop is on New Oxford Street in the heart of London’s West End and is a stunning reminder of the Victorian period. The shop retains the original fittings designed and made by the master craftsman employed by the business and is a work of art in…

The 'before' is the typical exterior you'd see in our area. The 'after' extension and total change of the exterior make this a stunning house we'd be very happy to be the proud owners of :D

Making Your Dream Home a Reality

Real Homes: Making Your Dream Home a Reality

,Men-an-tol in Cornwall, a holed stone, it was thought to give healing to those who were passed through the stone in a "re-birthing" into a new, healthy life. (It is much smaller than it looks in photos so you have to be quite small to be healed by this rite)

,Men-an-tol in Cornwall, a holed stone, it was thought to give healing to those who were passed through the stone in a "re-birthing" into a new, healthy life. (It is much smaller than it looks in photos so you have to be quite small to be healed by this rite)

The House in the Clouds, Thorpeness, Suffolk This is the exact house that I want!

People Who Live Inside Water Towers

In many cities and towns, water towers are no longer needed for water storage. Instead, people have turned these beautiful, imposing structures into incredible homes.