Yeah, I very well may be just that, CRAZY! Why else would I be up at 1:15 am looking at Real Estate in a state I do not even live in anymore! Ha! I have this thing where from time to time I look up our old neighborhoods to see if our previous nests have been put back on the market. Am I the only one that does this!? I am always intrigued on what the inside now looks like. What changes the new owner may have done. What houses are selling for now and did we make a good deal. Ya know all the things that are pointless but that I still think about.
Anyways, I came across a listing for a home we use to walk by all the time. I LOVED the outside of this house. I always felt it was soo charming. At the time we were looking though it was not near being ready. It probably had 2 more months to go. Anyways, here are some pics of the home and clearly the owners recognized charm when they saw it as well!
I just always loved the carriage house hardware on the garage door. I plan on adding it to ours soon. Maybe for Mothers Day.
Look at that red front door! It is just calling to invite you right on in.
See the front doors are even red on the inside! I am so loving the wood beams and how she added the corbels to them. My kind of gal!
How quaint is their living room! I am soo loving the china hutch in there and the antique laundry hamper she has filled with pillows. That brick wall is to die for!
I am a sucker for toile and she has it mixed in thru out the home. See that turquoise clock peeking around the corner?! I so want one for our landing going up the stairs. She even has the ceilings painted a robins egg blue. Very french country I think.
Digging the french country blue and crisp white cabinets! In our next nest I want white cabinets.
I love the toile curtain she has here and how she positioned the curtain half way down the window!
Then here is the master suite. A little dark for my taste but none the less beautiful. If we were house hunting there again I soo would be wanting this house! Too bad I never knew the owners. I have a feeling though we would have gotten along rather well. Credit for the pics goes to Zillow!