Thursday, January 21, 2010

this old house thursday: north avenue stucco

this single family home is an unusual style for new england,
but lovely, don't you think?

i'm heading out of town for a week but these posts will continue during my absence.
wishing you all good health and good cheer.

25 comments:

Kate said...

Hope you have a good week-end trip! Yellow really enhances the house, doesn't it?

Cezar and Léia said...

It's really charming! Adorable house!
Have a safe trip!
Hugs
Léia

Malyss said...

The size of the chimneys is impressive!
I wish you a nice journey!

Sharon said...

Beautiful home! Have a safe and fun trip!!

Sharon Creech said...

I want to go inside!

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful home. I don't imagine stucco is typical of Vermont.
Where ever you go and what ever you do---enjoy. MB

Leif Hagen said...

That house is dreamy! It's quite BIG, too! I bet it's cozy and inviting inside! Maybe you could pay them a visit and have a CDP blog interview with them...

美麗之城 said...

來給你加油打氣!!!保重!!!........................................

Sunny said...

That is one grand house, I'd love to see inside.
Have a safe journey.
Sunny :)

Anya said...

Its really wonderful
looks so special :-)

Have a nice trip
take care
and enjoy :-)

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This house is huge. I wonder what the heating bill is?

Have a good trip. Hope you are going some place warm.

Frank said...

It appears to have had a long life and been added onto over the years. Wonderful architecture. Very solid and imposing.

Be safe and HAVE FUN!! Get some fresh Florida sunshine. It's FREE!

Birdman said...

Love that yellow. What an amazing home!
Have a safe trip.

lizziviggi said...

It is lovely. I'm partial to yellow houses and the sunshine they bring regardless of the weather. I hope you have a wonderful trip-- hope you're traveling someplace with no snow!

Jacob said...

Yes, it may be unusual for New England but it wouldn't be out-of-place in Ocala...lots of stucco here. It's a gorgeous home! And big!

I know where you're going too! Today is rainy, but tomorrow the sun's coming back and should be in the mid-70s.

Have a great time. Maybe we can get some bloggers together on your next visit?

Tulsa Gentleman said...

This house would look at home in Tulsa. It was probably built in the 1920's some time.

Have a nice trip and take lots of pictures.

JM said...

Lovely indeed! Enjoy your trip.

Rob and Mandy said...

Have a nice time!

Bob Crowe said...

How strange. I think of that as a building style in the Southwest. Not much snow on the rooftops down there, though.

Virginia said...

Just a great house. The ochre reminds me of Jilly's Monte Carlo/Menton! :) Safe travels my friend.
V

Kaori said...

I love the color of the house! Beautiful photo! Hope you have a good time, safe travels :)

Amin said...

Lovely....Have a nice time!

VP said...

I don't kow the style, but it looks a great house anyway.
Have a goot trip!

slim said...

This house looks like it's in great condition. I'm wondering if it might be a prairie bungalow style
from the early 1900s. There's something about those red tile roofs that pull me in every time I see them.

Have a great trip south!

Amin said...

...yellow flower...