1. Anne Marie’s 1920s Farmhouse in Illinois
Anne Marie, who blogs at Na-Da Farm Life, tells me they’re selling their “farmette” on 5 acres and moving West with their 7 children. It has been featured in home decorating books and magazines and is the site of popular annual barn sales. Check the listing for all the photos and information.
The listing says: “Private wooded lot with stunning brick/stone house. Fenced pasture & barn for hor
The listing says: “Renovated, oversized cape having a sunny master suite, cathedral ceiling and private deck. On the 1st floor the property offers hardwood floors, a new eat-in kitchen with granite counter tops, family room with fireplace.”
The listing says, “A large, modern home with character, acreage, and views. Four bedrooms and three baths. A unique and special home that must be visited to be appreciated, this property will suit a family who seeks a place that’s a little bit different from the rest.”
The listing says, “Here is your chance to be a part of The Preserve with this gorgeous home on a great lot that is both private and part of a neighborhood! Striking sunken Great Rm with cathedral ceiling, custom built-ins and slider to wonderful 24′ screened porch that leads to private backyard abutting conservation land.”
The listing says, “Beautifully renovated Victorian in the sought after Olde Hillcrest neighborhood. Walk to schools or into the village for a variety of restaurants and boutiques. Skylights, French doors, slate flooring, and granite counters are just some of the features found here.”
Thanks to all the readers who sent me their listings this month. I hope this helps you get the word out. If your house is on the market, too, feel free to share the link to yours in the comments!