1. An Historic 1816 Farmhouse with Stables in Madison
The listing says, “Built circa 1816 this historic home has achieved near perfection after restoration and several renovations in keeping with the original structure. Enhanced by extensive professional landscaping and the addition of a three-horse stable and fenced pasture, it is now a showplace suitable as a country retreat.”
The listing says: “Very cool renovated 1920s Firehouse in Hartford, Connecticut. Presently a work/living space with 14-foot ceilings which create wonderful light spacious rooms.”
The listing says, “Simbrook Farm is an outdoor paradise with over 85 acres imparting abundant opportunities for hunting, fishing, horseback riding and cross-country skiing. The circa 1820 farmhouse has two master suites, three fireplaces, and hand-hewn posts and beams. Property comes with a horse barn, carriage house, a large pond, waterfalls, and an artist studio.”
The listing says, “Enjoy the opulence of long ago with spectacular woodwork, leaded stained glass, beamed ceilings. Gracious and spacious living awaits you in the Reynolds-Secor Mansion with Victorian and Arts and Crafts influence. Three floors of unbelievable living space and a two story carriage house.”
The listing says: “Stylish Medina Cape Cod. Tones of White, Cream & Linen compliment this flowing floor plan accented with high ceilings, casual & formal rooms. All accented by chocolate hardwood floors. Main level Master Suite provides a tranquil spa like retreat. Lower level offers Media, Game & Craft room.”
The listing says, “This circa 1900 home of remarkable character with a just-completed renovation. The result is an extraordinary home whose original neighborhood appeal remains intact while the interiors present a sumptuous, sophisticated ambiance that honors the warmth and beauty of the home’s early Arts and Crafts heritage.”
I just got back from Florida. Did you miss me? I see from my overflowing inbox that some of you did. Ha. It was cold and rainy while we were there (boo!), but we enjoyed celebrating our nephew Zach’s wedding with the rest of the family. You can see some pics from my trip on Instagram. We had an amazing view of the beach from our hotel room that I’m really going to miss waking up to!