Tuesday, May 24, 2016

West Hartford Houses Don't Look Like Florida Houses


Architects call these "colonial revival" houses, built in the 1920s, plus or minus.



Realtors call them "center entrance colonials."


Except for those whose entrances aren't in the center.

6 comments:

Kate said...

Different seasons, different houses. These homes are beautiful! I have always preferred the side entrance because it doesn't cut the front living area in half as do the mid-entries. But if you have a large house, I guess it doesn't make a difference. The top two are quite large and I love the blue shuttered house. I still opt for the side entrance.

Sharon Anck said...

All of these houses are so beautiful. I could be quite happy in any of them.

William Kendall said...

In this case, the third one appeals to me the most.

bill burke said...

Those are some beautiful homes. The blue shuttered one is my favorite.

RedPat said...

You have a whole different visual world now, Jack!

Bob Crowe said...

Uh, no. You could start with the color and the lack of alligators.