Oh how beautiful. Is it empty? Oh I wish I could hear those wall's talk. What a unique home. I just want to go fix it up to it's original day. What a beauty!!!!Love,Debbie
THESE HOUSES HAVE SO MUCH CHARACTER! THANKS FOR SHARING!
The iron gate is so pretty. You wonder what kind of stories the house could tell. Have a wonderful Easter
I too love this old place. I am lucky enough to see it on my way to Northridge for my favorite Popeye pizza!
Oh i LOVE your blog! Love Victorian houses, the last house i designed was Victorian :)Thank you for following me, following you now :)I loved your last post too...I would love if you link it to my French Obsession Party, the 1st of the month. Have you entered my French give away ?Love your Etsy shop too.Come back again.Gros bisousFrenchy
this house is so intriguing!! I would love to be able to pass by such a house on a regular evening walk! and imagine the people who used to live there, . . . thanks for sharing !
Debbie, it is a pleasure to meet you! Thank you for visit my blog and your sweet comments. Let's visit each other often! This house is really something - the character. And the lovely French design on the gate.
I love strolling our vintage streets. I just couldn't imagine living in a new subdevelopment with strip malls and big box everywhere. Marinaded in history suits my tastes.Thanks for your kind words on my blog. You touched my heart . . .
That is one gorgeous piece of architecture! I love seeing your photos in France as well, all so lovely . I am sure you had such a wonderful time! Hugs~Shari
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