Thursday, January 19, 2012

Restorable Carpenter Gothic House in Decay


I hope someone saves this great old home. via

9 comments:

c. Joy said...

Where is it?

Lady in the Making said...

Oh it's lovely! I wish I could!

Anonymous said...

What lovely lines. They never age, do they? As beautiful today as the day it was constructed.

Alas, we're a tear-down society in the U.S. Seems Europeans have used a great deal of caution about destroying their heritage.

Sue said...

The old houses have such great details, don't they? I sure hope someone restores it too. It's a shame to think of all the homes that have fallen into ruin. I'd love to know the stories behind some of them......

Tina Eudora said...

Finally a house I might be able to afford Rosemary..:)!
Although I can't do electrical or plumbing I am darned good at all the aesthetic stuff! It really hurts my heart to see such a lovely home sitting alone and empty.
Tina xo

The Queen Vee said...

And now for a completely different opinon.....

I look at this and think of one of my favorite holidays, Halloween. I'm kind of liking it just the way it is altho for a true Halloween feel it would look better on a misty night with a full moon peaking in and out of the clouds.

Cindy F. Adkins said...

Oh my! What a striking house! It's beautiful...but unfortunately in it's "run down" state, it's starting to look a little spooky. I hope someone fixes it up!
Cindy

friendandfaux said...

Sorry to think but it's total fate is probably based on "LOCATION" in the day most certainly great, but now not so much. What a sad aging gem of our past. There was a time that some family was SO proud to call it home!

Anonymous said...

yes i definately could move in right now!! where is this house located? im packing my bags. ive always dreamed of living in a house like this. creepy and all.