Thursday, October 13, 2011

One of Ocala's restored homes in the Historic District

17 comments:

bfarr said...

The did a nice job. It looks quite modern.

Kate said...

I'm surprised because it is not what I would expect after seeing so many of your other photos. It is incredibly lovely but I don't have this kind of architecture in mind when I think of homes here. Isn't it strange what preconceived ideas we can have!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks more like what you would expect to see in the Northeast or Midwest rather than Florida.

Nice to see such an excellent state of preservation.

Randy said...

Lovely looking home.

Memphis MOJO said...

I used to work with a lady who quit her job to go back to college to study how to restore old homes! You can major in that, who knew?

cieldequimper said...

Just beautiful.

Ash said...

Looks magnificient!

Halcyon said...

It's beautiful! And perfectly restored.

youth_in_asia said...

It's a great looking home. It doesn't seem like the prototypical "Florida" home to me, but that's a result of my misguided generalizations more than anything else. I'd certainly live there. It's in beautiful shape.

petrolin50 said...

Great photos. It seems that there is a nice life. Many greetings! / Peter

JM said...

It's wonderful!

Jarart said...

Not only beautiful but comfortable looking too! The landscaping is perfect.

Charlotte said...

Very beautiful! I love wooden houses. And this is grand!

The sky is so fabulous these days. Even though it's cold, I really enjoy my morning walk through the town. So many colors and shapes. It's amazing.
I actually like the iPhone camera feature. It's good for these walk-by-shots. I'm satisfied-:)
Wish you a very pleasant Friday evening-:)

Lois said...

What a beauty!

EG Wow said...

It's very attractive and looks like something I'd expect to see in New England more than Florida!

Landbohaven said...

Hvor er det smukt.
Tak for kigget.

Gunn said...

Snakker / forstaar du dansk?

Og en lille smule norsk??

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