Tuesday, July 10, 2012

A Little Charmer

I seem to have stumbled on several
small buildings this week.
They do fascinate me.
I couldn't resist this one
with it's charming brick front.
I have no idea
if anyone lives in it now
but I would really
love to see the inside.

For now,
I'll let my imagination run wild.

21 comments:

BlueShell said...

Charming , indeed!!

Today is my sister's birthday - Ana. She's a good wife and mother of 2.

xoxo
BShell

Nancy Claeys said...

It's a beauty, Jill. Neat to see you venture out and capture images outside your normal environment. xo

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Now wouldn't it be funny if someone stumbled across this and was like, "Hey! That's my house!" ;-)

Maple Lane said...

Lovely little home. I would love to see the inside, too.

TexWisGirl said...

it is neat!

Beth said...

I would love to see inside it too and know the history involved with the building.

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

This is super cute. What a cute home to live in or maybe just have as a craft room.
Ana

Amy Burzese said...

Old building attract me too. Your header photo is gorgeous.

Lisa said...

I'm fascinated by old building and old barns...they have so much character! Love this one!

Lynne said...

Oooohhh, would love to know the history there . . . a real "charmer!"

Madi and Mom said...

Very pretty cottage..my mind could come up with lots of stories to go with it
Hugs
Madi and mom

Gloria Hood said...

Would love to see the inside!

Walking on Sunshine... said...

It is very cute! It looks empty, I wonder why? Enjoy your day!

Paula said...

I like it. Thanks for showing it to us.

nanny said...

Little fixer upper!!!

EG CameraGirl said...

I'd like to know what it looks like inside too.

Jackie said...

I'm always stumbling on those types of buildings and I"m just a big fraidy cat... I want so bad to go in and explore, or even just peek in the window. but I'm afraid a big bad boogie man will be sitting inside . yikes

Debbie said...

it looks like someone is fixing her up. or someone started to fix her up.

such simple homes people built years ago. i always wonder why everyone builds such big homes now-a-days. families are so much smaller but the houses keep getting bigger!!

my new place is so much smaller. small places are difficult to find these days, even in the retirement communities!!

Chatty Crone said...

The stories it could tell....sandie

Bev said...

Ohhh I would like to see inside too...love that stone work on the front.

Rohrerbot said...

Great home. Lots of personality....yeah I'd want to see inside as well:)