Sunday, May 9, 2010

Seven Sisters Inn - back in business



The Seven Sisters Inn, subject of several posts over the past year, has emerged from bankruptcy and the new owners are restoring it to its original glory, ghosts and all. Yea!

More information about the inn is here.

28 comments:

magiceye said...

fashionably haunted!

Paula said...

What a glorious place; I can just imagine it at night. Here's hoping the Seven Sisters will never again be haunted by bad credit. :)

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

What lovely and nostalgic photos, captures of time gone by.

Virginia said...

That good looking place needs to be used. How gorgeous!!
V

Jarart said...

That is great news! Such a wonderful old house deserves to be saved.

Olivier said...

tres belle maison, mais de nuit elle doit faire peur ;o)

lewi14 said...

What a beautiful building and worth to restoring indeed.

cieldequimper said...

I remember this place. I'm so glad there's a new owner!

VP said...

I remember the place, it's nice to know that the ghosts are safely back at work!

Bibi said...

What a lovely home; who cares if it's haunted?

Joy said...

I love it! Love the colours and the structure. Ghosts make an interesting selling point :D

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brattcat said...

If I ever make it down there, Jacob, I want to stay here.

Jim Klenke said...

Its so nice to see older homes restored.

Hilda said...

That's great news! It would have been a shame if this beautiful old house were allowed to rot. I'm sure even the ghosts are happy.

Gunn said...

My first thought was that it looks like the "Pippi Longstocking house" I have seen on film as a child.
A nice place and you always manage to get a very nice natural light in your shots.

Cezar and Léia said...

How cool, I would love to visit there and know some ghosts! :)
okay...they did a great work there, the place is beautiful.
Have a beautiful week there dear Jacob,
hugs
Léia

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this sounds like it good have a happy ending. Such a nice place.

Kate said...

Seems as though The Seven Sisters Inn has had a checkered past. Deserves more TLC and am glad that it's getting it.

Halcyon said...

It looks like a beautiful old property. I like those Victorian style homes.

Paula said...

I did as you suggested and found your earlier posts on this fascinating place. It would be lovely to visit, butI think I'd prefer it in the daytime after all!

Daryl said...

How pretty .. I love turreted corner Victorians

Lois said...

Fabulous news! Thanks for the update.

Rose said...

Wow, what a beauty! I would love to see the inside.

tapirgal said...

Yeah also! This looks more like the architecture I'm used to. It's a lovely building, and I'm glad it's in use again. I'm just back and will enjoy catching up tonight. Thanks for your comments!

JM said...

Glad someone is taking care of this house, it's a lovely architecture!

Don and Krise said...

I knew I recognized the name from previous posts. How cool.

EG Wow said...

Wow! If this were brick it could be right here in Victorian Ontario! I hope the ghosts are people-friendly. :)

CafebyJW said...

Beautiful sky.

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