Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Admiration from Afar

I love old houses
I have an old house but it is crappy
I am lazy and dont feel like redoing it
Also i like to shop so I dont want to spend money on it either
Never the less, I do adore an old home with a big porch blah blah
We have lots in our town
I'll post a few
Arent they lovely ?


  1. poor rach from ukJune 9, 2009 at 11:08 AM

    I really like your blog i think it has some meat to it!! and great pics i like the 2nd one best x where are these? are they near your street? and how much do they cost roughly? xx

  2. oh i would hate to guess with the credit crunch lol yes they are right down the street from me

  3. Oooohhhh..I like the second one the best. The colors are awesome. I always wanted a really big house, but I have a small little cape-cod-looking place, and that's okay. It's small, but cozy, and best of all, only a few years left to pay on it! YAY! :)

  4. I love old houses too-I had one a long time ago-80 year old hip-roof colonial. I loved it but it was high-maintanence.

  5. I love old homes too. I even like abandoned, boarded up ones as long as they are old. Nice pics! I would love to look at those houses in my neighborhood.

  6. oh i know i wish i had the ambition lol
    we have so many in our town, i will make a point of posting more on tuesdays

  7. Old houses have character, and most are built to last. The new homes built now-a-days look nice, but have no character. They look exactly like the house next door. Plus, they're built shitty.

    I currently live in an old dual-brick ranch with plaster and lathe walls. I can't hear anything outside when the windows are closed, and I live near a high-traffic intersection.

    In a "new' home I had a few years ago the walls were just drywall and insulation, with foam boards and vinyl siding outside. I could hear my neighbors talking casually next door, right through the walls. It sucked.

    I'll take an old home anyday.


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