Amanda (@houses_of_new_england)

I'm on a red barn kick, as of late. ❤️❤️❤️

Castle and Keep (@castle_and_keep)

c. 1890. I’m in love with this brick and shingle Queen Anne Victorian home in the Asylum Hill neighborhood in Hartford. You can see the original carriage house in the background too! The house was the home of William B. Smith, a horse-shoer, and is a reflection of middle class living at the end of the 19th century. (npgallery.nps.gov)

Castle and Keep (@castle_and_keep)

1888. (5 photos) Columbia Street is an interesting little dead end street of rowhouses that were designed by Hartford architect George Keller. The rowhouses were meant for workers in the factories on nearby Capitol Avenue. “These are modest homes but done professionally and designed cohesively in brick with large expanses of shingled roofs, wooden porches, and shed dormers.” The first two images are of the west side built in 1888, and the third and fourth images are on the east side, built in 1899. The last photo is a Google street view showing how they all connect. I love how each house has a different design, but both rows are cohesive and visually appealing. (www.livingplaces.com)

Sarah (@strolling_the_shoreline)

The colors of the season.

Sarah (@strolling_the_shoreline)

This one-story, Colonial Revival cape style dwelling was built in 1949 of rubble stone. It was built by Angelo Bonzi. Bonzi was born in 1882 in Bergamo, Italy. He married Rosa Luigia Manzoni and had nine children. He came to the United States in 1907 and lived in a shack for four years before his wife and children came to the United States. Before becoming a self- employed stone mason, he was a lumberman. Source: Guilford Preservation Alliance.

Amanda (@houses_of_new_england)

The only thing that gets me into the Halloween spirit these days, is going to Salem. Why haven't I gone yet? I should probably go. Like soon. Love this picture @brianslens72!!! 🍂🎃👻

Castle and Keep (@castle_and_keep)

1890. “George Tiffany House.” This colorful Queen Anne Victorian is in the Prospect Hill Historic District in Willimantic. It has a “carousel porch” which was quite literally designed with a carousel in mind 🎉

CEMaine (@cemaine)

Fassett had a really keen sense of verticality. Amazing pyramidal arrangement.
#architecturephotography #architecture #igersmaine #housesofnewengland

Castle and Keep (@castle_and_keep)

1935. I love the variety of textures on the brickwork of this Middletown Tudor home.

Sarah (@strolling_the_shoreline)

For 117 years old she's looking pretty spiffy!

Amanda (@houses_of_new_england)

Will someone please write a poem, or a short story about this barn? It needs one.

Castle and Keep (@castle_and_keep)

c. 1870. One last Norwich home until my next visit! I couldn’t find much on the history of this beauty, but it’s part of the Chelsea Parade Historic District, and currently houses apartments (hence the fire escape you can see on the side). It’s looking a little run down, but good lord, it has some gorgeous, original details!

Castle and Keep (@castle_and_keep)

c. 1870. “C.M. Huntington House.” Huntington was a leading clothing retailer in Connecticut when he built this Second Empire Norwich home. It stayed in the family until 1919, and during Prohibition the house became a speakeasy, with a full sized bar in the basement! (www.askncdc.com)

Sarah Summers (@mama.summers)

I'm so grateful for the weekend I had. I truly feel so blessed to have had the opportunity to connect with some absolutely incredible women. We spent two days learning about the beatitudes and how to apply them to our lives, and in the process I believe we created some strong bonds. I wonder, what would the world look like if we could all learn to connect like that. If we could all learn to agree to disagree, to enjoy each other's company, to appreciate one another for exactly who we are🙏🏼💕
#connecticut #newengland #hygge #homeandaway #connectingwomen

🌳P a i g e (@mybumbershoot)

🌊🌼 A pretty treat for your eyes.....quintessential New England coastal beauty in Hyannis Port, MA.
#hyannisport #hydrangea #housesofnewengland

Amanda (@houses_of_new_england)

I get what Olivia Pope sees in this place. 😍😍😍 #Vermont

Sarah (@strolling_the_shoreline)

Changing seasons in New England

🏚️Ode To Old Houses🏡 (@oldhouselove)

😍 Hiding cupola from @andybatch1 ・・・
#housesofnewengland #archi_ologie #oldhouselove #architecturelovers #archilovers #architecturephotography #oldhouse #oldhouses #oldhousecharm #oldhouseswag #oldhouseenthusiast #vtspots #beautifulhomes 🔹🔹🔹🔹Keep Following and #oldhouselove if you have an old house or old house feature you would like to get others excited about! ✨✨My hope is the more people that get excited about old houses, the less that will end up in a landfill!

Sarah (@strolling_the_shoreline)

This 1941 home looks so cozy and welcoming. With mansions popping up all over the landscape I've come to appreciate the small, cozy homesteads even more!
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