Lane’s End Farm has been a familiar sight in the small town of Loveland, Ohio, since the 1860s, with its purple-painted Victorian farmhouse. People come from miles around to buy dried flowers and floral arrangements from the Browne family on their “flower farm.”
Now this house, gardens, barn, and carriage house that sit on 4 1/2 acres are on the market for $425,000. Let’s take a look around!
Here’s the carriage house that has served as the Lane’s End studio and retail shop:
I love peeking inside houses that are unusual and have a sense of history like this. I hope someone who loves gardening will buy it and continue the tradition of selling flowers to their neighbors!
If You’re Hooked on Houses with History:
- Mark Twain’s Mansion
- Frank Lloyd Wright’s William P. Boswell House
- Sears Modern Homes: House Kits from Catalogs
- Pheasant-Hill Farm (250 years old)