October 16, 2014

Red Shutters and a Fence


This house in Waterlick dates from 1891. It has a barn that I shared not long ago. The property happens to be for sale right now.

You might notice a Beware of Dog sign but did you spot the dog?

Linking to: Today's Fences

21 comments:

  1. Striking home, it really stands out. Yep I spotted that dog.

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  2. Red is not one of my favourite colours but I have to admit that this looks rather nice. Must be the pooch. ;)

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  3. See the dog, and the great big gap in the fence!

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  4. What a great place. The fence gives it an air of mystery.

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  5. Bela fotografia...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  6. i love the red & white combo. so pretty. have a great weekend! ( :

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  7. Very nice shot Linda. Cute how the dog is staring at you through the fence.

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  8. Yep, I see the poochie!
    And I would love to own this beautiful home.

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  9. That's really a neat house. I'd buy it!

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  10. What a great property with lots of space to garden! Love the real estate prices in your area!

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  11. I really like the red shutters and door. Pretty house.

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  12. Quite a lovely house. Yes, I can see the dog, and the dog sees you!

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  13. Nice older home... Someone has obviously taken good care of it... I like the white and red combination... Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. That home is beautiful! I always love the history that goes with old houses.

    Lauren,
    http://www.atouchofsoutherngrace.com/

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  15. oh it's beautiful...i'd buy it but my kids don't want to change schools haha...yes, i see the poochie!

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  16. Pretty house and fence.. The red shutter really stand out..Happy weekend!

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  17. Not only does that house look very nice, It looks very sturdy.

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  18. beautiful home. yep i see the dog.

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