Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Charming Clapboard Cottage

I looked and looked but could not find a link for getting inside this charmer. It looks lived in and loved with perfectly imperfect landscaping. I would get rid of the shrubs across the front foundation that are hiding the house. If the foundation is unattractive, I would plant something lower. Maybe these can be severely trimmed, but boxwood would be better. Enjoy this lovely Wednesday. xo via
My readers are wonderful. Read the comments. Interior photos found and they are wonderful. HERE

10 comments:

Connie said...

Oh, I would love to see the inside, too. It looks like a wonderfully delightful little home. I'm having a Give-A-Way . . . come on over and get your name in the hat:)
Happy Thanksgiving!
Connie :)

Gail, northern California said...

Such a sweet little cottage.

The shrubs wouldn't be so bad if they were pretty. Your suggested boxwood a very good alternative. What an interesting fence. Just noticed the sneaky ivy climbing up the column. I would pull it out right NOW before it has a chance to take hold.

Catherine said...

I love it! it is really cute.

Kathy said...

You get the best photos! I love this!

ANNE said...

I love a challenge! Here's your house tour :) And what a beauty it is!!

https://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/11-tips-for-artfully-restoring-a-very-old-home/all

Jardine de Fleur said...

Love this house. I found the link to the inside tour after following Rosemary’s “via” link. So happens there is another link under the picture.

Jardine de Fleur said...

Love this house. I found the link to the inside tour after following Rosemary’s “via” link. So happens there is another link under the picture.

Content in a Cottage said...

ANNE and Jardine de Fleur -- Thank you both for finding the fabulous interior photos.
xo, Rosemary

Linda said...

Yes, my thanks too for the interior photos. Now no break-in needed! Even though the interior wasn't what I expected considering our first impression, I found it to be filled with wonderful use of space and furnishings. That back patio is a delight.

The Queen Vee said...

Well I'm late to the party and that's a good thing because you found the link to the interior.. Wowzers, I love almost everything about this cottage and interior. You do find the best things to look at Rosemary.