What lovely old houses! Definitely worth a wrong turn -- even one on purpose! Wonderful old neighborhood! I do love those! Enjoy your day. Hugs to Hope and to you!Sylvia
Oh my goodness, I love that first house, well I love both houses...do you think they might trade with me? and hurray fo you! It's fun off the beaten path :)
I love these grand old homes!!!! New ones lack character!!!!
that first one is a gingerbread house!
Love the splashes of ruby. Happy RT2!My entry.
Dianne, Dianne, Dianne, I can't tell you enough how much I LOVE these photos!OMG...they're freakin' STUNNING!And what LOVELY homes they are!You know, this is one of the things I missed terribly when I lived in South Florida - you just don't see stunning architecture like this!Happy Monday, dear lady!X ya!
If I lived in town I'd so want that first one. Such lovely detail and character.Photographed beautifully Dianne!I think you should keep taking those wrong turns. :)
The character and style of these Victorian homes is to behold! The gingerbread trim is wonderful, the many different bold colors so different, so nice. Today, vinyl siding and fake stucco are usual - without the many charming details on these houses. Progress and style do not often go together...
Wow these house are beautiful!Red Barn
I love Victorian homes. Love the colors and the shapes.
Well I don't know how you feel about it but I'm glad that you decided to do a little exploring.
It's truly grand...so love the designs....I sense peace just looking :)
I myself would enjoy walking down a neighborhood like this....beautiful!
These are lovely.My entries:Moms...Check NyoYummy-as-can-be
O how magical these homes are! Like houses in fairyland! They may be large but still cute!
A wise decision! These houses are lovely. I especially like the first one with all the gingerbread details. I've got house envy now. ;)
Thanks for dropping by and commenting, it's much appreciated.What beautiful old houses!!
Adorable houses, I would move in right away with my personal cleaning staff of course, lol !
These are grand old houses - very imposing.
I will take the first one please...
I love the details!My RUBY, would love it if you could drop by and leave me a comment or two. Thanks in advance!
O those are pretty homes! I am sure they cost a small fortune each to buy. Then another small fortune to keep up and/or restore.They are sooooo nice, I would live in either!Happy MidWeek Blues and ((((HUGS)))) to Hope!..
Pretty indeed. What an unbeaten path! Great pics. You have a grand eye. Cheers Lady Di!!
Those are beautiful! Wrong turns are wonderful.
Great old homes. Don't you wonder what it was like back when they were new?
Great shots, beautiful houses..Visiting for RT2- hope you can stop by:)http://www.cassandrasminicorner.com/2012/04/another-sdhc-card.html
Curiosity pays! These are great homes and expensive too!
Great photos! These are gorgeous houses. Love all the details in the close ups. The colors are beautiful as well.
What adorable houses! I love making wrong turns that end up with finds. Sometimes I make wrong turns on purpose, but them I guess they aren't wrong turns them.
Both houses are exquisite! But since you posted two, I like the first one the most! The wrong turn ended up being the right turn for a post:)
That's a lovely street! :)
so beautiful, old houses have their charm
what gorgeous old buildings. so neat. i love your processing there. great color. (:
I'm glad I won't have to help repaint the blue house!
LOVE these .. I wish I lived in one ..
Marvelous old houses! It always brings nice surprises when you are willing to venture away from what you are used to! :-)
Gorgeous detail on both these grand old mansions. Put the present day McMansions to shame. Your photos are wonderful, Dianne.
These are very beautiful old houses, Dianne and so well maintained. Your photos do them justice.
I always try to explore one new street each time I go to town. But, one like this would have had me parked and walking. It would have also made me late getting home. I so enjoy visiting these old houses. What a tale they could tell if walls could actually talk.
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