Friday, September 4, 2015

Historic Homes part 1

                                                 

 Today I'm sharing a little mini virtual tour of Historic Texas homes.  In years past I always loved spending weekends traveling to near by towns visiting antique shops searching for treasures for our home.
I just love walking through an antique shop in an old home
                                    

But I also loved looking at and dreaming of living in a beautiful old home.

Modern Farmhouse For Sale in Austin TX | hookedonhouses.net
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Home for sale in Austin.  This a new build designed to resemble and old farm house.  Love that picket fence!
                                      
This home is just incredible!    On the ranch in the Texas Hill Country where she lives with her partner, John Gray, she is at home in a handmade life. From antique lace, velvet, and satin, she constructs one-of-a-kind handbags, knapsacks, and clothing, available online at: This home is just incredible!    On the ranch in the Texas Hill Country where she lives with her partner, John Gray, she is at home in a handmade life. From antique lace, velvet, and satin, she constructs one-of-a-kind handbags, knapsacks, and clothing, available online at
The link didn't work on this one I found on Pinterest.  Love this little place.  I sure could live here.
                                    
My dream house of course would have a garden with a really cool fence . . .

1920 Historic Jewel
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Historic Home in Houston.  Even a smaller bungalow house makes my heart go pitter patter.


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Historic Home in Terrell.  I've never been to Terrell but the article where this photo was found showed
a lot of other homes.  I think I need to talk the Cowboy into a road trip.

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Home in McKinney.  I've been to and through McKinney many times.  I don't think I've ever seen this little treasure.  This photo was found on the McKinney Chamber page.


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This beautiful home is in Grandbury featured in 4 Reasons Why Restoring Historical Homes is a good investment.   And so this is the reason this post is Part One.  I'm off to read this very interesting article.                             
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