This has been restored since we moved here. I love how they kept the character of the home but used modern, energy efficient materials.
This house is crying out for someone to love it. Every time I see it I think of how it needs me. I love the orange clay brick--especially against the worn teal paint.
This is another that has been remodeled in the last couple of years. The colors are beautiful. I love the dark wood of the door and cedar shingles.
I wish I could have gotten a better picture of this one because it is my favorite. I love the brick, the English Tudor style, the green, the artfully arranged roof lines.
Beautiful craftsman in pea green. I am a sucker for green every time.
The brick, the walls of windows, the three stories . . . even I would live in a duplex if it were this pretty.
This house is so much cooler in person. Oh, well. She grows a beautiful cottage garden each summer with bright pink roses. The pink next to that dramatic blue is lovely. Again, the wooden door.
And there are four others whose pictures failed. I will try to get them another day. Do you see a pattern because I don't. I'm sure there is no way to blend all of these styles and colors to create a lovely Someday House. Thank you, dear neighbors.
If I have to look at the ugliest house in the neighborhood every day (across the street), at least I enjoy your beautiful homes when I walk past.