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17 sec..for me but I really liked looking at the architecture here..Thank you punkin!!
You could get all of jigidi in that place.
Not my picture, PG. Just my post. I will take my own pix next time we drive through.
Very cool old building. Nice work pumpkin.
Such an awesome looking building/Inn.
Has been a grand inn ,in it's day, too big for one person to care for.Thanks pumpkin.
Wow. What a place! Looks like something out of a movie! Thanks, PH!
What a shame.
Sorry about the ? marks....guess that comes from cutting and pasting?
Doglover too----"A few years ago an enterprising arts writer for the Bennington Banner, Hinda Mandell, ignored the ?private property? sign at the front door and was welcomed by the Walloomsac Inn's current resident, Arlene Berry, Walter's granddaughter.
Ms. Mandell's article observed: ?Any discussion about the inn with locals is steeped in questions about its future, the current condition of the property, and various personality traits of Walter Berry's granddaughters, Arlene, Kathleen Kaiser, and Donna Berry Maroney.?
taken from benningtonmuseum.org.
It is an amazing house, and even more amazing that someone is still living in a small part of it.
Wow...an amazing old house. I imagine it was grande in its day.
It doesn't look like it's livable and you say the grandaughter of the previous owner lives there? Strange.
This is one beautiful old residence - especially after it's been snowing. It makes a wonderful picture, thanks punkin:)
Had to have been beautiful in it's time.
I understand that a grandaughter of a previous owner currently lives there. On the front porch, we see signs of "real life" when we drive by. In the summer, pots of nice plants; in the fall, pumpkins and other decorations; in the winter, wreaths. We are always amazed to think that someone still lives in the old inn, and that she demands her privacy.
Hard to imagine this being a private residence. It is so huge!
Another link for more information on this fine inn. :)
Not my picture!