Sunday, March 29, 2009

Columned house


This beautiful home in the historic district caught my eye because of the large columns and the colorful chairs on the porch.

13 comments:

magicpolaroid said...

great architecture!

cieldequimper said...

What a beauty. It must be lovely to sit out on the porch with a Moroccan mint tea!

Mo said...

A very grand place

istanbuldailyphoto said...

The thick column. In the chair next to the door would be great to sit down and sunbathe.

Lois said...

Houses with columns always get my attention! Those are nice ones. I like the colors on those chairs too!

Jarart said...

Nice looking old house. The chairs look like a nice place to sit and dring an iced tea.

Daryl said...

Very Tara-esque

cieldequimper said...

I would love to sit there of an evening sipping Moroccan mint tea!

Jacob said...

@ CQ - Boy, you triggered a memory. The last (and only) time I've had Moroccan mint tea was when I was in the Navy, and on a pass in Rabat. The year was 1957!

JM said...

The house looks great but I especially like the green chairs! I've allways love that design.

Jacob said...

@ JM - I'll put you in the favorable column, then. Ok, JM?

Sarah A said...

Nice angles. Come to CA and hike our trails any time you and Lois wish.

Halcyon said...

I love those chairs! There's one garden center that sells that style near me, but they're unbelievably expensive. Lovely photo.

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