Friday, July 3, 2009

House for sale, 96 Western Avenue

piano, optional

18 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

So this house is not empty, and the tones of the image are warmer...

Tanya said...

I could sit and read in that corner, love the natural lighting in this house!

Malyss said...

With or without the piano, the house was not empty...There is a soul there, saying that people were happy to live here and that the next ones are already welcome..

Jacob said...

Oh, I'd keep the piano. What a lovely photo this is...the light is so nice...and reinforces my belief that this would be a very nice place to life...the windows, too - perfect!

Sharon Creech said...

I think this house is already filling up with all your viewers, brattcat. . .spirits flitting in and out.

Boise Diva said...

Cute place!

henny said...

Who's selling this house, Brattcat? And have you known the price? This is absolutely far from what I could afford. Now I'm dreaming, dreaming, and dreaming. Happy weekend :).

tapirgal said...

Ah, nice place!

JM said...

As I'm a bit minimalistic in what concerns decoration, this one is almost ready for me to live in! :-))) Beautiful room!

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m_m said...

Lovely inside! Great capture of the light!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow this house is really fabulous!Wonderful place and I loved the sun and all light there!
Take care dear friend!
God bless you
Léia, Cezar and Luna(from Brazil)

Clueless in Boston said...

I love the hard wood floors and the great natural light coming in through those large windows. Beautiful.

glduro_marieloupe said...

A house to dream,
a house to live on.
A house to live unforgettable moments
with piano, music, love and much light.

Anya said...

ITS A LOVELY HOUSE :)
great shot !!!

Saretta said...

With that flooring and that light? I'll take it!

slim said...

Beautiful space and light. If we're dreaming here . . . I would like to switch out the upright piano for a baby grand . . . I'd place the piano bench over in the bay . . . I can hear the Bach already.

Steffe said...

If they need a piano, they should get one from Sweden. People give them away over here these days.