Posted at 7:56 pm , on October 12, 2016
Posted at 2:02 am , on October 8, 2016
Posted at 9:32 pm , on September 14, 2016
Wow I’m in love with this house! Hope it’s ok to share these pictures, I would love to go and photo this place in it’s original condition!! This place reminds me of the house in the 80’s movie “Baby Boom” – staring Diane Keaton, she buys that beautiful yellow house, sight unseen, after she inherits a (Baby)… lol she’s from New York where she’s a huge success, she decides to move to the country, (because of the baby) and when she gets to the beautiful yellow house she finds out it’s a real fixer-upper!! It all works out in the end, she’s fabulous, creative and smart, of course she produces a baby food she sells it’s a $$huge success!! Anyway I’m grasping… I can’t remember it all, it’s been too long, I just remember the house, and the long, long winter, & the baby. 🙂
*These pics are from the movie, top pictures are of the house for sale.
- notes about the historic house for sale above (top of post) blue house.
- Over 50 acres!! holy cow!
- notes from listing….Antique farmhouse worthy of your efforts. Yes, work is needed but that shouldn’t scare you off if you are in search of a country home. There is an old orchard. It will take some work, a vision, and some resources, but this property will also be a special country home for the generations to follow.
Posted at 10:35 pm , on September 12, 2016
Posted at 11:36 pm , on August 25, 2016
Look at this cool old Belvedere we found! love the it, it’s all original. xo *Remember 1958 Plymouth Belvedere (as Fury) in “Christine, 1983”
Posted at 7:03 pm , on August 17, 2016
Posted at 11:27 pm , on August 8, 2016
Posted at 4:36 pm , on July 29, 2016
Posted at 1:53 am , on July 23, 2016
i just found these old pics from 2009, my first vintage photo shoot! Thank you Heather Ross for putting up with me I wasn’t too good with the digital camera yet! Heather is stunning and so easy to photograph, and tiny very tiny! I still have this gone with the wind original taffeta black ruffled 1950’s dress and the early 1900’s umbrella, the cashmere coat from the 1960’s. I’m not sure what I was thinking with the big wide red belt…. Oh’well … 🙂
Posted at 10:34 pm , on July 21, 2016
Posted at 9:31 pm , on July 20, 2016
Posted at 8:17 pm , on July 20, 2016
Posted at 8:01 pm , on July 20, 2016