Classic Cabbagetown Victorian
This classic house, accross from Riverdale Farm, has all the details you expect to find in a Victorian home. Bay and Gable, wonderful gingerbreading and details in the brick and stone work.
213 Mill Rearick porch details
The new owner has a family member working on the house and just in time as well. Ornate balustrade and posts show severe deterioration but are not too far gone to save. Some elbow grease, auto-body filler or epoxy filler, follwed by painting and everything can be returned to former glory. Good luck in saving and restoring this landmark home!
9 of the Most Fascinating Abandoned Mansions from Around the World
There's something particularly spectacular about witnessing the decay of a once-grand building. Lavish trappings fall into disrepair, once proud halls play host to insects and dust, and elegantly constructed architecture is exposed to time and the elements. Here are nine crumbling mansions that are fascinating to look at and come with some intriguing backstories.
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US12 Michigan Italianate
Help me somebody, can't remember which small town in Michigan this is in. It was on a trip to Detroit on US 12 last fall. Look closely at those brackets, I've seen a lot of this style but never brackets like that!
Thornewood Castle in Lakewood, WA. My sister and her husband made a visit to the infamously haunted house which is the same site where the ...
A Neighborhood for All Seasons - Detroit Design
Clockwise from top left: Winter, Spring, Autumn, Summer. A Queen Anne-style home (top left) has a unique triple window with transom in the...
Oaklands Mansion - Oaklands Mansion
Oaklands Mansion, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is known for its unique Italianate design. The plantation was caught in the middle of the Civil War & officers from both the Confederate & Union armies stayed in the mansion. The most notable visitor to the home was Confederate President Jefferson Davis, who stayed at Oaklands in 1862. The last residential owner of Oaklands, Rebecca Jetton, moved out of the house in the 1950s when she was no longer able to maintain it.
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I’ve watched “It’s a Wonderful Life” every year since I was a little girl. Never tire of it! I don’t think I have a favorite character. Clarence the Angel is certainly up there, but so is forgetful Uncle Billy and free spirit/lost soul Violet Bick. Have I been right in thinking all these years that… Continue reading George and Mary’s Drafty Old House