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You live in a charming city, these houses are adorable!Léia
I do actually. What big houses. Here they would be turned into about 5 or 6 apartments
Beautifully well-kept! And such great design.
An elegant residence, to be sure.
While it's easy on the eyes, I bet it's not so easy on the wallet. Nice find. Hope all went well for you with Isaac.
Such lovely old houses! I do love the red one! What a delightful place to call home! Great capture for the day, Jack! Enjoy your day!
In CT, victorian style homes are all over (I live in Ansonia, lots here). Although, very few are adorned with the period detailing so lovingly restored. This west nd home is beautiful. Love those rotund porches!
I love bold colors for older homes.
I love it Jack! It's like fairy tale house!
It's not a color I would have chosen for the house but it is striking.
I love it and those wonderful round porches!
How lovely! Growing up I used to dream of living in an old Victorian home - preferably with a turret :).
Your district must have the highest concentration of pretty - and large! - houses in the entire USA. This is wonderful, love the curved balconies.
Beautiful building and it looks like a gorgeous neighborhood. It looks as if it may have been split into a duplex, yes? I see two number plaques on its front.
I wouldn't have thought it, but the red is quite attractive.
A grand old lady in a saucy red dress. Perfection!
That's a beauty.
The color looks good on this building and bakes the one next door look dull. Has it been divided up into two apartments? The two entrances made me wonder.
It's a lovely house.Red Hibiscus
What a beatiful victorian house! Loved the red paint!
Looks rather like two houses made from one. Either way, it's very nice although I'd guess it cost a pretty red penny!
Lovely red house. Happy RT2.Mine's here.
i like it, cute!
Beautiful! I like the color and the style..Visiting from RT2- hope you can stop by..http://www.sweetposh.info/2012/08/lovely-red-flower.html
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