A grand home and a nice photo.
Yes, quite the crofter's cottage, eh? ;-) Very impressive, the door looks like a church door. Maybe it's that large to let the horses through?
elle est magnifique cette maison, et puis une belle couleur.it is splendid this home, and then a nice colour.
I will eagerly be awaiting your blog post that will be titled "A big farm house." Wow.
Beautiful house, lovely surroundings, and this is a small one?
Small ????????????Who many "cats"do you think they could have there? :-)Beautiful place, a scenery for a romantic movie.The title could be "no stress"!:-) Léia
Leia - The "stress" would come when you have to pay the air conditioning bill and the tax bill...I'd say 2,387 cats.
Leia - I should tell you I mentioned the number of cats that could live in that house to Luna and she wanted to move; but then she decided she couldn't live without her Leia and Cezar...Well, actually, I just made that up. What she really said was "Holy Luna!"
Wow that's gorgeous!
A grand place. I would hate to have to clean it.
Attractive farm house!
It's humungous! A lovely looking place though.
Wow. That's kinda grand for a farmhouse. Could be a retreat centre!Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come back tomorrow for more of the Keukenhof series!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
That's not what we call a "small farm house" around here. Looks pretty big to me! :)
Great house indeed!
Whenever I see a home like that - which is very beautiful - all I can think is what they'll owe Gulf Power at the end of the month.
I wonder what the main house looks like? No pictures for the paper, they did use one a few weeks ago from a baseball game. Hopefully one day my photos will be good enough for a paper.
I haven't seen Spanish moss in trees in a long time.
Urm, your adjectives if applied to where I live would conjure up a completely different image!Thanks for coming by and commenting on my Villigen blog. See you!
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