Wednesday, May 6, 2009

A small farm house


You'll find this beautiful home amidst the rolling hills just south of Ocala. It appears to be some kind of farm - horses, perhaps.

19 comments:

Christopher Raun Leth said...

A grand home and a nice photo.

cieldequimper said...

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?

Olivier said...

elle est magnifique cette maison, et puis une belle couleur.
it is splendid this home, and then a nice colour.

Hilda said...

I will eagerly be awaiting your blog post that will be titled "A big farm house."

Wow.

Vogon Poet said...

Beautiful house, lovely surroundings, and this is a small one?

Cezar and Léia said...

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

Jacob said...

Leia - The "stress" would come when you have to pay the air conditioning bill and the tax bill...

I'd say 2,387 cats.

Jacob said...

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!"

Lois said...

Wow that's gorgeous!

Jarart said...

A grand place. I would hate to have to clean it.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Attractive farm house!

Jackie said...

It's humungous! A lovely looking place though.

Joy said...

Wow. That's kinda grand for a farmhouse. Could be a retreat centre!

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Halcyon said...

That's not what we call a "small farm house" around here. Looks pretty big to me! :)

JM said...

Great house indeed!

PJ said...

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.

Jim said...

I wonder what the main house looks like?

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Ming the Merciless said...

I haven't seen Spanish moss in trees in a long time.

Z said...

Urm, your adjectives if applied to where I live would conjure up a completely different image!

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