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This has to be one of my favourites, warbler.
They have that look to me, also, Robyn! Thanks!Sleep well and dream long, Lorna!!Just look for the guy on the porch with the ju... snooker. I have the key for you. :))))
Just bought it - moving in tomorrow. Where did you say it was?
Fabulous house; just my style - in my dreams...
This is really nice Dave - built to last!! I love the curved roofs - they are slightly oriental looking to me!
Good point, Floyd and that little gable in the roof would take some work too. Thanks!
It would take a lot of time to find, cut, carry and secure all those stones, especially near the roof line. Thanks Dave.
Good one, Plum! :)
Well, I think this house is unlikely to blow away in anything short of a major tornado.
I agree Beekay but people fall in love with their boxwoods.I think its a nice touch, also, cinderfire. Thanks!
Charming home and like the inset window very much.
Very beautiful...I'd be very tempted to whack back that hedge though.
I think the curves are mostly for looks, Suzy. There is plenty of slope without the curves for runoff.That inset triple window matches the porches nicely, too.I don't recollect it either smllpkg. Thanks!More work and more cost equals more beauty, Toto. Thanks.Thanks Emerger for the comment!
This is a fine-looking old home, withe some beautiful stonework!
The inverse curves must have posed a bit of a challenge for the builder. Love the house!
This is real beauty! Don't recall ever seeing anything like those mini-ski slope roofs.
Is the curvature for rain drainage?