Monday, June 27, 2011

Old White House

An eighteenth century farmhouse on North Main Street.


19 comments:

VP said...

An nice old farmhouse on Main Street says many things about the place!

Birdman said...

This works. Gotta love the old homesteads.

brattcat said...

How beautifully this sits on its site.

cieldequimper said...

This is how I like them best!

Sharon said...

What a beauty! It looks like it could support a large family.

Malyss said...

How do people do to keep the things so perfect?!!

T. Becque said...

I just love these little gems of history we still have in the states. Wouldn't you love to know the stories of the people who lived there?!
I take your "anti-tourist" comment as a compliment :) Although I may bust that as I posted a photo of Venice with a gondola :( (it's kind of hard not to be touristy in Venice though)

RedPat said...

Love it - it has a wonderful sense of dignity about it!

JM said...

It's a lovely house but I also like the small one on the right. So cute! :-)

EG Wow said...

I bet the ceilings are low inside that house. :)

Halcyon said...

Beautiful. Glad it's been kept up aswell.

Regina K said...

What a well kept 18th century farmhouse. I always like to find these anywhere I visit.

Farmchick said...

Nothing says classic beauty like an old, white house. I can't wait until our old house needs new siding....the previous owner picked out beige. Who picks out beige?

Randy said...

I have always wanted an old farm house. This one is wonderful.

lizziviggi said...

It looks like it's still on a good bit of property for being on a "main" street! It's very charming.

Caroline said...

So neat and pretty. I would love a verandah like that on the side of our house too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh that is such a classic Jack, would love to see inside that house bet it's gorgeous. How fantastic are the rainbow coloured spirals on the school kids uniforms in the last post, or hopefully that's not just my eyes at the moment haha!!There are many colours Jack aren't there??

Tash said...

What a picture-perfect beauty! Nicely done.
Glad to know that every day is a vacation for you. I'm already looking forward to mine...'xept I've got about 13 years to go :P
With the 16-yr-old, the least of my worries are when he is up in the air.

Kate said...

I'd love to see the inside of the house after I enter through that lovely green door!