April 6, 2018: Link Exchange & Supporter Thank You!

Added to OHD on 4/6/18 - Last OHD Update: 4/13/18 - 239 Comments
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Happy Friday! This is where you share your old house finds, articles or general chit chat. How to share… Link to real estate and sites that do not require you to register to view. Just paste the link in the comment box below, no HTML codes needed. Keep email notifications from being marked as spam by sharing no more than 10 links per comment (you can make as many comments as you want just no more than 10 per comment.) If the address doesn't show in the link, give us the address of the share, it helps if the listing site is down or the link doesn't work.
Special thanks to this month's OHD Supporters!
Anne M.
Colleen J
Laurie W
Oklahoma Houses by Mail
Roger Cook
Susan from New England
Matt Ziehnert
David Dyke
Jan Matson
Laura Lewis
Sharon Brause
Well Done! Realty (Lancaster John)
Sue Patrick
Evelyn Walker
Architectural Observer
Lori A
Jenny Wiebler
Mary C.
Sandy B.
Wendy A.
Victorian Joy
David Backer (ddbacker)
Jennifer HT

And those who have chosen not to be named. Thanks to all!

239 Comments on April 6, 2018: Link Exchange & Supporter Thank You!

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11828 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    No idea the location on today’s old photo. I browsed around for “M.E.P. Mills”, hard to find initialed people. 🙂

    Thanks to April OHD Supporters! If you expected to see your name and didn’t, it’s either because it was accidentally left out or I did not receive a response about who you wanted to be named as. Send me an email if you would like to be included. Anyone that signs up after this post, you’ll be included in next month (supporters posts are always the 1st Friday of each month.)

    Wondering how to become a supporter? link. For those that don’t do financial online, I can give you an address to mail something but only to those that have been commenting a while as it’s my real one.

    Merchandise is taking so much longer than I thought it would. Seeing the design online as I design it, ordering it and receiving it to see the design is not exactly right…well, it’s taking time. I swear it’ll be soon, just don’t want to offer anything that looks like crap.

    Want to add your homes build date, style, city and/or state with your comment? You must be registered, visit your profile (linked up top, if you are logged in.) Or here’s the profile page, you’ll see the field options. If you are outside the United States, the country part isn’t working yet but will soon.

    Reminder: I stopped doing the “thank you for sharing” comments when someone shares a home and I post it. It was getting harder to keep track of who/what/when. Maybe I could do “this was shared in the link exchange”? Thoughts?

    I believe that is all. Some weekend posts. I apologize to those that may get annoyed with so many posts, maybe if you are feeling overwhelmed just visit the homes you are interested in.

    Thanks to Joe at Oldhouses.com for the featured home from his site.

    Have a super weekend!

  2. Rachel says: 108 comments


    here’s an irving gill from 1911 that is on the market in south pasadena for a cool $4mil.


    i’d love to see this one decorated with a bunch of bauer pottery and a nice collection of mission and monterey furniture.

  3. Jennifer HTJennifer HT says: 775 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Anthem, AZ

    I must be one of the anonymous lol!!

    This house is so warm and inviting. Love the vintage baths and I have to admit I kinda dig the kitchen.

    Sharing because I want a 3 story firepole!

    I love the bathrooms and the red bedroom. I am not normally a wallpaper fan, but I love it!

    OH MY! One of my faves! The detail pics are great!

    Here is one that NEEDS saving.

    I didn’t see a build date, but I love a nice MCM.

    I would love to know the history here. It says the home was originally a guest house.

  4. says: 164 comments

    Hope you have a super weekend, too, Kelly and all OHDers. Believe me, I never get annoyed by the plethora of posts. Keep ’em coming, please! Here’s a farmhouse with some beautiful details and a corn crib? ciderie? with a graven in stone build date. https://www.zillow.com/homes/-1137-state-highway-165-Cherry-Valley-NY_rb/
    A haunting relic of 1880, now sadly converted into apartments, going to auction. https://www.zillow.com/homes/88-South-St,-Auburn,-NY-13021_rb/
    And a Victorian that you’ll love if you love the color blue (and inlaid floors), where the restoration ground to a halt, just waiting for someone to begin again. https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/-Amsterdam-NY/house_type/53172697_zpid/398680_rid/1_pnd/globalrelevanceex_sort/43.009291,-74.076863,42.871561,-74.296589_rect/11_zm/

  5. ddbackerddbacker says: 509 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1971 Uninspired split-level
    Prairie Village, KS

    An impressive bungalow (according to listing?) in Lawrence, KS. It reminds me of a pagoda. Anybody need 8 bedrooms?

  6. Mike says: 67 comments

    Happy Friday, all!
    Here’s one in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, on perhaps one of the greatest Halloween streets in the city. The three-block length of Harper is closed off to traffic, all (or most) of the neighbors participate and it draws people from all over.

  7. Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 1011 comments
    OHD Supporter

    A 1950 Lustron in Sydney, Nebraska:

    A 1938 house in Ogallala, Nebraska with Hollywood Regency influences (and a great staircase)… underneath the replacement siding and numerous modern “updates”, a potential knock-out is lurking:

  8. Joseph says: 412 comments

    This would be my dream house (if I won the lottery). Saw it on a blog devoted to Greenwich CT real estate. But apparently, not what the big money buyers want, when this is considered a “wreck”.


    From the blog:
    It’s a 1.4 acre waterfront lot in the R-20 zone, though, so if the buyer can chop it into two building lots and gain permission to build two new houses where this wreck now stands, it could make sense.

  9. cheryl says: 179 comments

    Happy Friday all! Found a few to share with you:
    1924 Bradford PA Tudor original sink,nice tiered landscape
    big beautiful dark 1900 with original woodwork intact Kane PA
    1900 Port Allegany says Victorian but looks Romanesque? Lots of original goodies
    gorgeous Bradford PA Tudor for great price
    1900 Franklin PA Victorian, great woodwork stained glass fuzzy pics
    Newcastle WY great brick/stone work no idea what style(bungalow?) super price
    adorable little cottage Victorian for a song in Warsaw NC
    finally my super-deal find, 1900 cabin in Rhodhiss NC under that tarpaper is wood siding and the fireplace looks hand crafted this could be so cute
    have a great weekend! Thanks for all you do Kelly!

    • BethanyBethany says: 3495 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1983 White elephant
      Escondido, CA

      I am so intrigued by this place! I would give anything to see the inside! And did you catch the fantastic fence?