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October 30, 2011

Sundays In My City

This is my favorite house in our little town.


This is James' favorite house in our little town.
These houses are way too large for us, but we like to see the variety of houses here.


Unknown Mami
Visit Unknown Mami's blog to see more posts with photos of other cities. On Mami's blog Sundays are like taking tours around the world without the hectic travel and expense.

Enjoy your Sunday.

25 comments:

Anyes said...

Nice houses in your neck of the wood. I remember when our favourite week-end occupation Lovely Husband and I was to go and see open houses just to get a better idea of where we wanted to live. :-)

Cinner said...

Oh I love that first house too. It would be too big for us and I need a house all on one level...but I do love to look. have a great day and enjoy.

Vidya Sury said...

Ah, a house to covet. :-)

oceangirl said...

I love both houses. And the yard, awesome! But yes I do not really like big houses. Even my house now I consider too big on most days.

Brian Miller said...

nice...i like the roofs on each of these, the different angles make it very interesting....

Gail said...

I must side with you on this, the first is my favorite.

Hilary said...

The top one is my favourite, too. It looks like fairy tales might be happening in there.

Laurie Matherne said...

When I lived in New Orleans, I enjoyed leisurely bicycle rides to enjoy viewing the awesome houses, some very large indeed. It's fun!

Mama Zen said...

That first house looks like a dollhouse! How cute!

Jeanie said...

Both houses are very cool. The first one, especially, looks like it could have a lot of stories to tell.

DJan said...

Hi TB: I am IN! Read the book and on board. The houses are wonderful, and I do hope you have a really excellent Halloween in your neck of the woods. It's crazy here.

Pat said...

You are right....these ARE beautiful houses but they are too big! If Jim and I moved into one of these after living in a trailer for over 6 years, we'd have a hard time finding each other. Wait...is that a bad thing? Exactly WHERE are these houses? KIDDING!!!

Ina in Alaska said...

I am sitting with you on the beautiful porch of "your" house. We finally got snow on the ground here- it began to fall in the late night!

StarTraci said...

What lovely houses!

Happy Sunday. Have a great week.

:-)
Traci

Ms. A said...

I like the top one, but love the porches on both. I'd like to have a big porch. What I have can't really be considered a porch at all. It has room for a couple of chairs, but barely.

bill lisleman said...

Your favorite has an interesting balcony type arrangement on the 2nd floor. It looks like you could just walk right off the edge.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

They look interesting. Would love to get a look inside of them!

Maggie May said...

Your houses are so different from ours. Much cleaner and newer than the vast majority of homes here and ours are almost never made of wood.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

secret agent woman said...

I like the rooflines on that first house.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

They are like doll houses! Wouldn't want to have to piant them...

qandlequeen said...

I love shopping for houses I can't have. You found some beauties!

Unknown Mami said...

I'd take either one of those two houses.

Jilda said...

Houses with character! and by the way interested in a gluten free diet, tell me more!

Life 101 said...

Those are really nice places but like you, they look too big for Jilda and me.
Our house is more like a cottage but it suits us.
Thanks for voting on the Phil Campbell contest. We're on the back stretch.

traci's mixed bag said...

Those are really cool houses. I often wonder how houses like that are decorated.