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.
Home for sale in Austin. This a new build designed to resemble and old farm house. Love that picket fence!
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 . . .
Historic Home in Houston. Even a smaller bungalow house makes my heart go pitter patter.
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.
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.
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.
Linking with Good Fences