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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Hill house


 
Somewhere near Belfast, Tennessee
 
What a great old home this must have been.
 
 
 
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16 comments:

Roan said...

I agree, this must have been a beauty it its day. Love the widow's walk.

Sandra said...

I love it, and I want it.

Tricia Hays said...

Imagine this old beauty new & in its heyday! I'd so love to explore inside... LOVE. IT.!!!
I wonder when it was built & all that good stuff... I wonder what the railing is for in the middle of the roof? Maybe there was a widow's walk up there & it collapsed? hmmm =)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I love this unusual little house!

Debbie said...

i would love to see the inside!!

not at all like the cookie cutter homes of today!!

Carletta said...

I can just imagine sitting on that big old porch overlooking the land and daydreaming.
A wonderful old find Amy!

Brian King said...

Fantastic! The whole setting is beautiful. At least the field is still being used. I bet it's a great view from the house.

alissa apel said...

I think it's an adorable house. Too many houses look the same now a days.

http://theapels.blogspot.com/2012/08/three-books-ill-never-throw-away.html

Elaine said...

What a lovely old place. Individual and beautiful; fading gracefully. Such a shame.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Looks like it was a grand house back in the day. So sad to see it deteriorating like this. Nice to see the close-up and also the view from a distance. Nice job, Amy!

Pat said...

Such a beautiful old house. i love the way it's situated on the hill.

Kerry said...

I like that "corner porch".

tiarastantrums said...

loaded with memories I bet!

Nancy Claeys said...

Love the wraparound porch. :)

Rita said...

You know from my photos that I love hay bales and old buildings. So, you have given me a real thrill with this set of photos.

I would love to be able to restore that house. It has such a wonderful roofline.

Helene said...

I'm playing catch-up after being away for a week. Love this house and I would love to explore it. I can only imagine how wonderful it once was.