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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Stone Cold...Er...Hot Houses

This stone house has seen some modernization and additions but still retains most of it's charm. This one was built in 1803 and is now owned by the town's historical association. It is open for tours a few times each week.. The tiny cottage I posted about earlier was built in 1802. The outer building just behind this structure is now a sweet little gift shop. Don't you just love the weather vane? How cute is that?

15 comments:

Jen said...

I just love the house! So cute. You must've JUST posted becasue I just posted a comment and came back and this post was here

Sue said...

I'm back and I love that house, so glad to see it's been kept up! I also LOVE that red door! Thanks for stopping by!

Brenda said...

Once again beautiful. I would love to be in the gift shop right now hehe. Good bloggers take pictures and shop!

Kari said...

I bet those rock walls are really cool to the touch on the insides of those houses. I wonder, if I went inside one of them and plastered myself to the wall, would they just let me stay there until menopause had passed? I'd be quiet, I swear I would be. Could you check on that for me? Thanks...I'll be waiting to hear.

Cheryl Wray said...

I just love these!! Especially the red door!!

smilnsigh said...

Oh I just love such!!!! Thank you for sharing these pics.

Mari-Nanci

Penny Carlson said...

I absolutely love that house! I want to go inside....
Penny

PAT said...

More great stone house photos!

Fall, my favorite time of year, is just around the corner. I keep telling myself that, as I look at the temps. This in reference to your Wed. post!

Pat

Gretchen said...

You could seriously start your own photog mag, Sue. Really. Love these amazing pictures. From the red door to the weathervane.

Deb said...

Love the old stone house photos - and weathervanes are a favourite of mine too.
Yesterdays post was fantastic as well! :-}

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

I'd really like to see inside of that house. I love the red door.

All of your posts are fun & you have wonderful pictures!

Alice said...

I've never seen a house with a red door that I didn't love.

Wild Rose said...

This is a beautiful house. I have noticed that very old homes often have low doorways because people were not as tall in generations past.

Marie x

Andi said...

There's something about a red door that just appeals to me! Love this red door...great house! When we built our home I remember telling the builder...I want our front door to be red. We've always been happy with that decision and will probably never change the color.

Melissa said...

Those are just TOO cute! We don't have anything like that down here - we have to settle for the antebellum mansions that survived Gen. Sherman!