As a New Englander, I'll take the simplicity of a white farm house any day. But what a great variety. #9 is also pretty sweet - really like the arches around the porch. What a nice walk you must have.
Oohhh ... such lovelies to choose from. Since we have been asked to pick favorites, I'm going with #10 or #7. Wouldn't it be fabulous to see the insides of ALL of them!
Would not be like me to choose a house based on one picture and without seeing the inside, especially knowing that there is something special about each one of them! But if I had to, I'd go with #3!
I can't choose, but I wouldn't mind walking if I could look at these homes. Gorgeous. I can already imagine the inside of the second one with its windows.Teresaxoxo
Love #1 and #3. Love the doors on #4. Also #7 is catching my eye!
Those are the MOST beautiful houses!! I think I like the first one most, but who knows? They are all beautiful! the farm house one os most "me."
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Haha! You didn't get my brother's house? I do love the one with the wine cork wreath! that's hilarious.
I am drawn to the Tudor also #9 which is interesting to me with that little enclosed patios space.I would love to go for walks with you Michele!!Please come & Enter my 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways!! The latest is Art & more from Fifi Flowers!!xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
They are all amazing... I would love to do a little tour around your neighbourhood... xv
1, 2, 3 and 8 and WOW what a great neighborhood.
number 9, hands down!
#6 is my favorite but they are all really gorgeous.Thanks for entering the giveaway be sure to stop by my blog on Thursday for another giveaway.
The farmhouse...of course
Maybe # 1, 3, or 8. All are beautiful! Gorgeous neighborhood!
so many beautiful homes!
No. 8 and 9 are my speed. I think it is the pale exteriors I love and the more spare yet still traditional look. If I had these houses in my neighborhood, I would be out running twice a day.xo Terri
What a lovely neighborhood! I adore #7. That room with the huge Palladian window and high ceilings must be fabulous. I also love the steep gables, the post and beam porch, and especially the terraced front yard with the stone walls and curving walk. Thanks for the tour.
I wish I had such lovely architecture to admire on my route :). The architecture you've featured reminds me of the neighborhood I grew up in. I love #3 and #7.
mmm... new england is so pretty! i was just thinking today how if we move back to the states- it may have to be our new home. i just love it. thanks for the peek at some pretty homes!
Number 11. Definitely. Its cute, it seems like littlest- the others just seem massive to me. And it doesn't look perfect or finished, which means it might need just a little love. And I do love me a brick house.
Number 6 & Number 1 for me dahhling.. in that very order! Such variety...
I have been in 100's of houses in 30 years of house hunting - I would take #1 or #9. Not too big, lots of interest and balance in the architecture. Usually, this translates into the interior spaces as well. Also lovely large lots in your neighborhood - lucky.Cheers!
I'd love to live in any of them. It would be heaven to see inside them all. Would have to see the back gardens too! If I had to pick, #9 is pretty sweet.
Love 1, 3, and 8!
I was recently thinking how fun it might be to show houses in my part of the country. So, this is really fun!All beautiful in their own ways...but I kept coming back to #3. Now that I'm renovating, I'm second guessing every choice. Love to see the various house styles, paint colors, roof, etc!!Hope you're having a merry week, Michele!xo Elizabeth
The best part about walking is looking at the houses (especially at night when you can see in the windows...in a non-creepy way of course ha). I love #5. You live in a beautiful area!
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