Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Bone's Rest


Some of the old cottages in Naples survive.
Some are modest, some are grand.  Bone's Rest is one of the grand cottages, 
two blocks from the beach and one block from restaurants and shopping.


You can have it for only $4 million.


From time to time I will show some of the prettiest cottages.

This post is linked to Ruby Tuesday.

26 comments:

Andy said...

Beautiful! To me it's a house.

Mo said...

An absolute bargain! That money would only buy you a shoe box apartment in London.

Luis Gomez said...

Bright!

Lowell said...

Only $4 mil? Naples has always been a bit pricey but very nicey, too. This is very nice! I just wouldn't want to have to keep up the property and pay the taxes. You could do that, though.

DrillerAA09 said...

I afraid that $4mil is a bit beyond my price range. Quite a bit actually. Still a lovely structure. Looking forward to seeing more.

Kate said...

I've always smiled at the interpretation of "cottage." To me, they are always small, cozy structures, but obviously that is not shared by everyone. Some of the coolest cottages I've seen are those in Anna Maria Island. I LOVE that little village!

SRQ said...

That's a private residence? Looks like it would make a delightful B & B. Love that backyard with the uncovered pool, gazebo and lush vegetation. When will you be placing a bid on Bone's Rest?

Malyss said...

For this price, I hope there's someone to wash the 4 millions windows! :o)

Sylvia K said...

I thought it was a restaurant!! Not exactly my idea of a "cozy cottage", but then what to I know??? It is colorful! I not only wouldn't want to have to wash the windows, I wouldn't want to have to pay someone else to wash them!!! BUT -- what terrific photos for the day!! You do find great ones, Jack!! Hope your week is off to a flying/picture taking start!!

Ruth Kelly said...

Cottages to me were small places but this seems to be a larger cottage.

Taken For Granted said...

Comfortable looking cottage, but at that price one could have the servants wash the windows and maintain the grounds. Looking forward to seeing other local cottages on your blog

Mersad said...

What a great estate. Love that pool!

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Halcyon said...

I'd better start saving up now!

Karl Demetz said...

Very nice... envious :)

RedPat said...

It's surprising how little $4 million can buy you here. I love this place.

Kay said...

It might be nice to have enough to consider a house like this just a bitty "cottage."

Michelle said...

I'll take it!

William Kendall said...

That rates as a cottage? It's beautiful.

Bob Crowe said...

Palm trees or not, this is so Florida.

Randy said...

Beautiful looking place.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Oh, I would love to take a look inside. Perhaps you can arrange that with your camera, having them believe you are seriously interested.

The windows are a charming feature of this "cottage."

Bises,
Genie

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Grand indeed!

Cemetery Sand & Red

jennyfreckles said...

Mm, not so keen on that one. As Sylvia comments, it looks more like a restaurant. I wonder if they get people showing up to be fed?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's so pretty Jack.. Oh la! Such a lot of money.. I could be tempted id I had a few million to spare :)

José Mendonça said...

Very nice indeed!

Laura. M said...

It is beautiful. I'm glad you did not destroy,
a hug.