June 11, 2021: Link Exchange & Discussion

Added to OHD on 6/11/21 - Last OHD Update: 6/11/21 - 85 Comments
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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12590 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Yay, Friday!

    Today’s featured home is still around. I’ll leave the location a mystery for those that want to have fun looking for it. Eventually I’ll get back to portrait photos, so much photo editing and organizing to catch up on.

    Don’t forget to leave info about your shares as directed up top. 🙂

    Have a super weekend!

    +11
  2. clasyklclasykl says: 72 comments

    It’s not hard to find this house as Jackson, PA has about 15 homes. On the original photo, it appears a very short wall is at top of hip ridges instead of iron cresting. In the today aerial, it appears a hip roof covers the area enclosed by the short wall. Maybe the hip roof is there originally and can’t be seen by the angle of the photo.

    I wonder what the single shutter on one window of the bay…to our left of gentleman…was intended to do as it’s only 1/2 the width of the window. No shutters on today’s house. More substantial porch steps with railing at front door. I suspect what I call the front door…with small roof above…leads into a parlor. The door from the south porch is the main door for the home leading into a living room. Parlor door being used for guests.

    My brick workman’s house, circa 1880, in Evansville, IN had two doors in corner of porch (not original porch) with one leading into a parlor with fireplace and other leading into the family living room. Which is why I think the subject house has a parlor.

    +2
    • MJGMJG says: 2726 comments
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      CT

      Did someone post the link to today’s house? I’m not seeing anything. Did you look it up yourself? Is that what you’re referring to?

      The other shutters look to have been removed. I see hinges. They have plants in the window so maybe they took the off the bay for the summer? Interesting.

      My guess is the front door is the formal door and has a stair and hall and a room on the right for living room/parlor/drawing room. Some houses simply have doors for the convenience of easy exit to the porch from many rooms regardless.

      +4
    • John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 5731 comments
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      1897 Queen Anne Colonial
      Cadiz, OH

      Interesting what can be learned from looking at old photos. As for the relationships between the three people, it appears the man’s Mother is sitting in the rocking chair near the back porch wall. Why do I think she’s his mother? Because he’s standing closer to her than to his wife. The rather large distance between the spouse and husband suggests they may not have been very close or perhaps the photographer requested their poses.

      The house appears to be a no nonsense example of Italianate residential architecture. Unusual to not see a porch or at least a portico at the front entry instead of the flimsy looking 3 plank steps going up to the entry door so they were obviously not made to impress. The semi detached “kitchen” (?) at the back of the house almost looks like it was an earlier modest Greek Revival form structure that was moved and joined to the back of the house. Since our 1889 Texas home had a small two room structure (which looked to be about a decade older and was built of simple plank wall construction) joined at the back on our house in the same manner, it must have been a fairly common and economical practice to do so in those days.

      +2
      • RanunculusRanunculus says: 269 comments
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        Tucson, AZ

        Hmm, the man looks “older” to me. One reason because his best suit no longer fits well–the sleeves hanging to his knuckles. Pants look baggy too & he has that tentative stance of someone making a deliberate effort to stand solidly, not a nonchalant, rakish, leaning young man.

        Also his handwriting is shaky and his spelling not very conventional, so perhaps he was educated differently (less or in another language) than most folks of the time whose writing we see.

        So I’m thinking he is the husband of the woman on the porch & grown daughter is by the bay window.

        Would this jibe with any build date records or estimates from the style of home versus any historical records of JL Kortright’s birthdate that anyone can unearth?

        I just love these little mystery puzzles that turn images back into three-dimensional real people! They deserve to be remembered in context, and a few folks on here are amazing at recreating these worlds. Thank you all for every single detail you dig up each time you delve into these backstories.

        +4
        • JimHJimH says: 5638 comments
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          I looked at that. John C. Kortright (1834-1920) was a blacksmith for the railroad who wrote the card to his nephew George, also a blacksmith. John was born in New York state, served in the Civil War, and died in North Carolina. He was in Jackson PA in 1900 and 1910, and may have been there much earlier. His 1st wife Julia died in 1882, his 2nd wife Hannah in 1895. In 1897, he was 63 and married Susie Grimes, 23. His only daughter Emmaline b.1862 married young (and didn’t look like those women). So I can’t figure out when the photo was taken or who the women are.

          +9
        • Angie boldly going nowhereAngie boldly going nowhere says: 836 comments
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          I agree, Ranunculus. Your reasoning with respect to the three people in the photos is. I’m thinking, correct. Mom, Dad, daughter. Have no idea, though, why the photographer would have them so far apart.

          Note: I wrote this before I saw JimH’s comment above.

          +1
      • roxxxroxxx says: 102 comments
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        I thought the woman standing was the daughter myself. 🙂 I thought the man looked in his 60’s.

        +2
  3. SonofSyossetSonofSyosset says: 149 comments
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    1798 Federal/Georgian
    East Dennis, MA

    Some say the rich are different from the rest of us… and they would have to be to live in a place like this, which was built in 1864 by a railroad magnate, later expanded, and oozes opulence in every one of these 40+ photos over 17 acres. Amazingly, the Greek Revival columns, two-story portico, and expansive second-floor loggia were added … in 2014. In Garrison, New York, overlooking West Point, for $11.25 million.

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/61-Lisburne-Ln-Garrison-NY-10524/208537256_zpid/

    And since I am old house dreaming about properties infinitely out of my price range, why not bring to your attention this beauty built in 1805 in Georgetown, Washington, DC, and later owned by Averell and Pamela Churchill Harriman? If you have read Erik Larsen’s recent bestseller, The Splendid and the Vile (about Winston Churchill and the first year of WWII), Pamela (then his daughter-in-law) is featured prominently and Averell gets some attention as well. Unfortunately, the listing only has 13 photos: $10 million.

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3038-N-St-NW-Washington-DC-20007/428632_zpid/

    Oh, and for a mere $4.95 million, you can live in a late 19th century … converted water tower? You’ll have 360-degree panoramic views of the Southern California Coast in Seal Beach and have no trouble intriguing people about where you live. This listing has to be close to the record for most views in the shortest amount of time on Zillow: almost 75,000 (!) in ten days as I post this Friday morning.

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1-Anderson-St-Seal-Beach-CA-90740/25300831_zpid/

    +7
    • Anne M.Anne M. says: 1052 comments
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      1972 raised ranch.
      Hopkinton, MA

      That water tower is wild! all great dream-worthy properties!

      +3
    • JefsndyJefsndy says: 132 comments
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      1915 Craftsman
      Orange, CA

      Re: The Water Tower house…I was Postmaster in Sunset beach-(this house is actually located in Sunset Beach not Seal Beach) many years ago. Sunset Beach does not receive home mail delivery-only PO Box delivery, requiring the residents to come in daily to pick up mail. The owner at this time of the water tower house was a retired Fire Chief who, well, thought highly of himself. He demanded home delivery of his mail-going all the way up the chain of command of the US Postal Service. Who then of course asked me if I could please delivery his mail to shut him up. I walked right by the water tower house on my daily walk, so I figured sure-why not. It is all about customer service right? Anyway-we got to be friends (he was quite the curmudgeon) , and he showed me the house ( it is quite odd inside) Anyway-I gave him back as much attitude as he gave me and we ended up friends. And he also ended up coming in the the Post Office just like everyone else to pick up his daily mail. He just liked messing with people-and I enjoyed the banter. The house has been an AIRBNB rental etc for years, and it is not something I would ever feel like living in. But the views are insane. My sister lives down the block. Crazy times!

      +6
    • GayHermitGayHermit says: 6 comments
      IL

      Water tower home is interesting. I seem to recall that it was featured on one of the HGTV “You Live in What?” type shows, but can’t remember exactly. Thanks for sharing.

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    • BethanyBethany says: 3463 comments
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      1983 White elephant
      Escondido, CA

      I would live in Milwaukee for that house! (I’m in SoCal too)

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    • jillieDjillieD says: 145 comments
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      1952 Ojai, CA

      It looks like it belongs in SoCal (where I am, too). How would you describe this house?

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      • It looks to me like mission-tudor-craftsman with a bit of victorian ceiling treatment, but the domed ceiling in one room with adjacent atrium and fountain, in addition to the exterior with gigantic chimney smack-dab in the middle of the front, really make this a beauty. It has a ton going for it. It’s even right across the street from a beautiful park.

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  4. Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 1080 comments
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    Three twentieth century houses:

    1915 Mission Revival, Tulsa, Oklahoma, $765,000.00:
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1211-E-18th-St-Tulsa-OK-74120/22139507_zpid/

    1940 Art Moderne, Denver, Colorado, $575,000.00:
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1461-Locust-St-Denver-CO-80220/13390042_zpid/

    1958 International / Contemporary, Emigration Canyon, Utah, $1,700,000.00:
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3851-E-Sunnydale-Ln-Emigratn-Cyn-UT-84108/12752671_zpid/

    +5
  5. Lancaster JohnLancaster John says: 935 comments
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    1875 Victorian Farmhouse
    Lancaster, PA, PA

    I’m sharing this 1956 (“midcentury” but not modern) stone ranch for a few reasons…It’s a great example of a higher-end ranch home built for the majority of buyers with more conservative taste; it’s also a great time capsule with (likely) much original furniture and baths; the kitchen, while updated, really goes with the vibe of the house; and the owner was not afraid of color and a bit of exuberance in the decor. $295K, Lancaster PA: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1712-Wheatland-Ave-Lancaster-PA-17603/9720410_zpid/

    +6
  6. jillieDjillieD says: 145 comments
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    1952 Ojai, CA

    After Kelly posted that Italianate in Ionia, MI, the other day I had to Zillow-there and see what else was up. I found this beauty listed for $279k. And, if you read the realtor’s description, it seems to indicate there are a number of Italiantes in the city.

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/260-E-Main-St-Ionia-MI-48846/74753438_zpid/

    +6
  7. natira121natira121 says: 831 comments
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    1877 Vernacular
    Columbia River Gorge, WA

    Friday is Stove Day. And because craigslist here only had two interesting stoves this whole week *sigh, I ventured to Minnesota and found a bunch! So be sure to check out my stoves album if you like looking at old stoves.

    +4
  8. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 2452 comments
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    1936 Cabin

    1959, Berkeley, CA, 1,650,000
    MCM from architect Norris Gaddis.
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/6-Rosemont-Ave-Berkeley-CA-94708/24849666_zpid/?
    https://realtyadvocates.com/6rosemont

    +2
    • jillieDjillieD says: 145 comments
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      1952 Ojai, CA

      I love this house. Love being the only word available.

      +1
    • MWMW says: 939 comments

      At first I thought this was my friend’s house. But he lives just up the street on Woodmont. The houses do look very similar, inside and out. A bit different configuration though, but given the proximity, I’d guess a very good chance they are by the same architect.

      +1
    • Angie boldly going nowhereAngie boldly going nowhere says: 836 comments
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      The 1959 Berkeley CA — What a house!! I’m swooning and trying to drag myself away from the photos. Inside and outside, everything about it appeals to me. Just awesome and then some. Thanks for posting this, Kimberly62.

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  9. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 2452 comments
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    1936 Cabin

    1966, Comptche, CA, 5,350,000
    720 acres, lovely redwood forest, simple small wooden cabin, with outdoor deck space surrounding it, which I love—marry indoor with outdoor living not matter the period of the home. I love the honesty of the structure, but this purchase price is all about the land, which ain’t too shabby.
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3611-Flynn-Creek-Rd-Comptche-CA-95427/2070266451_zpid/

    +3
  10. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 2452 comments
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    1936 Cabin

    1954, Los Angeles, CA, 1,550,000
    An MCM with I am sure some updates, but enough of interest for you to see.
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2813-5th-Ave-Los-Angeles-CA-90018/20590252_zpid/?

    +3
  11. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 2452 comments
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    1936 Cabin

    1954, Hillsborough, CA, 5,998,000
    Very elegant house, love the kitchen, woodwork, layout and landscaping.
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/65-Downey-Way-Hillsborough-CA-94010/15515965_zpid/?

    +4
  12. MeowMeow says: 13 comments

    Here are some off-market Minimal Traditional houses:

    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/524-Montgomery-Ave_Pennsburg_PA_18073_M37615-31956

    (you have to drag the view around to see this one)
    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1504-School-House-Rd_Pennsburg_PA_18073_M37373-09094

    Do their exteriors look like they could be mostly original?

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  13. MeowMeow says: 13 comments

    A Craftsman with a tower-roofed porch section? (off-market)

    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/139-Main-St_Blandon_PA_19510_M48630-52686

    I’ve seen other Craftsman houses that seemed to have Victorian and/or Classical detailing in the areas east of Lancaster, before getting near 100.

    +1
  14. http://www.507NBarranca.com

    Charming Spanish home built in 1919.
    Beautiful Glendora California at the base of the foothills.
    $1,988,000.

    +2
  15. JimHJimH says: 5638 comments
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    Kelly doesn’t like to toot her horn much, but this one deserves mention. A few years back, Indiana Landmarks acquired the abandoned and overgrown 1847 Levi Butler House, a fine small Greek Revival in Dupont IN. They stabilized and cleaned it up and offered it for sale. Kelly posted it on OHD in March 2016, Mark Hopkins in Florida saw it here and closed on it in July of that year, for only $25k!

    Five years later, the house has been beautifully restored (and amazingly decorated), a matching garden house built, and the project is featured on the Indiana Landmarks site and in their glossy coffee table book.

    So Kelly gets credit for her role in this preservation success story, and OHD supporters are part of it – Yay us! ❤️

    (We just need to get Oprah involved to leave free copies of the book under our seats.)

    https://www.oldhousedreams.com/2016/03/25/1847-greek-revival-dupont-in

    https://www.instagram.com/markstevenhopkins/

    +16
  16. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 2452 comments
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    1936 Cabin

    Jim, great story, great share!

    +5
  17. NonaKNonaK says: 280 comments
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    Austin, TX

    1890 Lyerly GA 5 bed 1 bath 2,600 sqft rural 12.5 acres ALL CONTENTS INCLUDED

    This house has captivated me. It is so homey and in a beautiful setting. It looks move in ready, literally with all contents included. The setting is beautiful. Part of the property is in Flood Zone A but looks like the house is high and dry. If only I were younger….

    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1945-Taliaferro-Springs-Rd_Lyerly_GA_30730_M90139-23994

    +3
  18. Ferry Inn by Edwin Lutyens, 1896
    Rosneath, By Helensburgh, Scotland
    £875,000
    4,955 sq ft, 4 bed, 3 bath

    One of only two Lutyens buildings in Scotland, this Arts and Crafts beauty comes with a separate cottage and views over Gare Loch.

    https://search.savills.com/property-detail/gbglrsgls200078

    +4
  19. GayHermitGayHermit says: 6 comments
    IL

    Some Illinois listings.
    Pricing – Low to High
    (Sorry For not listing type of house in some items below, but I am not good at identifying styles of architecture.)

    Researched 06/07/21
    Built 1887, $70,000 Possible Old House Rescue Project?
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/301-W-William-St-Claytonville-IL-60926/2086622561_zpid/
    Home currently boarded up and listed as tear down according to listing. No idea of actual conditions of the house, or who is classifying it as a tear down. Price is for large land parcel.
    https://www.redfin.com/IL/Claytonville/301-W-William-60926/home/45093843 Different (old) listing showing more detail than Zillow listing. Last sold in 2003.

    Listings from here on researched 06/11/21.

    Built 1910, Bungalow , $69,990
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/807-E-Miller-St-Bloomington-IL-61701/76987530_zpid/ Natural wood trim inside.

    Built 1910, Bungalow, $85,900
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/812-N-Oak-St-Bloomington-IL-61701/76983358_zpid/

    Built 1928, Foursquare, $129,900
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/203-S-Clayton-St-Bloomington-IL-61701/76984495_zpid/

    Built 1934, Bungalow, $134,900
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/508-Hovey-Ave-Normal-IL-61761/76964087_zpid/ Updated interior with some unpainted wood trim.

    Built 1884, $145,000
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/205-E-Main-St-Bloomington-IL-61753/105641404_zpid/ Unpainted woodwork, stained glass, wood burning stove.

    Built 1955, “Modernist Foursquare”(?), $148,000
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1401-E-Oakland-Ave-Bloomington-IL-61701/76976360_zpid/ Very unique front facade. Interior has some 1950’s vibes, with some updates.

    Built 1909, $189,500
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/602-N-Walnut-St-Le-Roy-IL-61752/76992782_zpid/ Unpainted wood trim & doors. Screen porch.

    Built 1870, Victorian (Queen Anne?), $245,000
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/216-E-Cemetery-Ave-Chenoa-IL-61726/76992125_zpid/ Move in ready. Lots of traditional details. Excellent exterior painting.

    Built 1895, Victorian (Queen Anne?), $374,900
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/705-Broadway-Normal-IL-61761/76964137_zpid/ Well maintained, lots of traditional details.

    Built 1900, (See below), $500,000
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1316-E-Washington-St-Bloomington-IL-61701/76982495_zpid/
    1900 Home Designed By Renowned Architect Arthur Pillsbury & Was Boyhood Home Of Adlai Stevenson.

    +3
  20. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12590 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Sorry daily newsletter folks, the home that was sent out tonight didn’t have a photo and the link was broken. I’m trying something new and screwed that one up. I’ll add it to the site for real tomorrow, have to redo it. 🙂

    +2
    • restoricrestoric says: 69 comments
      1851 Greek Revival
      Anderson, SC

      You expect too much of yourself. No apologies are owed us for your untiring efforts. The ethernet can be an untamed monster at times, just waiting to trip up even the most talented.

      +4
  21. Kelly, Regarding European home searches you might try: Sextant Properties -french homes, Patrice Besse- french homes, Casa Tuscany -Italian Homes and My French House. Its amazing what you can find at all price points and these are curated, searchable, English language lists. By the way – your site adds so much joy to our lives- keep up the great work, its much appreciated!

    +3
    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12590 comments
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      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Thanks. I love the Casa site and use it the most along with a few others. I find searching for Intl. homes a bit of a pain, so many don’t show interiors that it’s hard to justify taking time searching when I’m usually behind with US and Canadian properties that offer more info and photos. I’ll get back to them again, hopefully the posting changes I’m making will free up a few hours a week for those. 🙂

      +2
  22. nicnic says: 86 comments

    Hopefully these links will work. An old house was slated to be torn down for a commercial development. The city and historical groups and private enterprises all banded together to move it and save it. They are inviting everyone to come out and watch the move to alert people to the importance of saving old houses. The developer is demolishing an entire half block for the project, but is allowing preservation groups to come in a salvage anything and everything from all the old houses first. My grand-uncle founded and built the 1920 Texaco station which is also part of this block being demolished. They have already sold the entire white metal exterior cladding and signage from the station to a local collector. Let us all celebrate that sometimes these things do get done correctly:)
    http://www.dailyjournal.net/2021/06/12/preservation_group_plans_to_relocate_historic_home-4/
    https://www.historicartcrafttheatre.org/house-move.html

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  23. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12590 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Question. If I upped the posts to the site, how many are too many for y’all to keep up with a day?

    +2
    • Lancaster JohnLancaster John says: 935 comments
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      1875 Victorian Farmhouse
      Lancaster, PA, PA

      Hi Kelly, for me there is no particular number. I tend to look at everything new once a week, usually on a Friday evening with adult beverage in hand. It’s a nice way to close out the work week.

      +2
    • RanunculusRanunculus says: 269 comments
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      Tucson, AZ

      Are you kidding? We’re kids in a candy store! No moderation! Bring it, you glorious fairy godmother. Yum yum!!

      In all seriousness, there are days I need such posts more than usual. But I can always catch up whenever a 3-day email arrives. And sometimes I just squirrel away tasty posts to view later, like acorns buried in my hundreds of open browser tabs.

      +3
    • Randy CRandy C says: 438 comments
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      2015 Reverse Ranch 1/2
      Olathe, KS

      For me, the only limit is your endurance! I check in 2 or 3 times a week when relaxing at the end of the day. Since I am retired, I can stay up as late as I am entertained, LOL. I enjoy almost all, if not for me, than just for interesting things. I can only imagine how much time and effort you put into this site, so don’t over-do for your own sanity. I’m perfectly happy the way things are.

      +4
  24. Haydenville, Ohio “Round House”

    $65,000.00

    Built in 1911. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    2 Bedroom 0 Bath 760 square feet

    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/17092-Haydenville-Rd_Nelsonville_OH_45764_M38384-73102

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  25. Lancaster JohnLancaster John says: 935 comments
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    1875 Victorian Farmhouse
    Lancaster, PA, PA

    I just came across this charming 18th century farm complex in the Brittany section of France, with a main house and four holiday home units for rental income. Not bad at 500K euros. https://www.lbvimmo.com/property-details/4768754/brittany-88

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  26. Anne M.Anne M. says: 1052 comments
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    1972 raised ranch.
    Hopkinton, MA

    1887 Greek Revival-ish in Springfield, MO $499,900 lots of name-dropping in the description, beautiful porches, foyer & staircase
    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/635-South-Ave_Springfield_MO_65806_M85188-50529
    ***
    1910 in Amherst, MA $399,900 not overly impressed with the exterior but the interior is nice; great bath
    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/245-Pelham-Rd_Amherst_MA_01002_M38117-25451
    ***
    1924 Tudor in West Springfield, MA $275,000 lots of character
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/38-Beauview-Ter-West-Springfield-MA-01089/56236062_zpid/

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  27. Anne M.Anne M. says: 1052 comments
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    1972 raised ranch.
    Hopkinton, MA

    1924 Georgian Colonial in Springfield, MA $374,900 brick; very large, 8 bedrooms & 6 baths; lovely!
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/301-Longhill-St-Springfield-MA-01108/56218086_zpid/
    ***
    1880 in Keene, NH $995,000 frustratingly few pictures, what is shown is handsome
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/441-Main-St-Keene-NH-03431/2075665263_zpid/
    ***
    1880 in Athol, MA $169,000 very charming, especially the kitchen & pantry
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/95-Highland-Ave-Athol-MA-01331/57555564_zpid/

    +1
  28. Barbara VBarbara V says: 1309 comments
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    1800 cottage
    Upstate, NY

    1895 cottage in New York’s Thousand Island Park with boathouse and St Lawrence River frontage for $975,000:
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/17129-Coast-Ave-Thousand-Island-Park-NY-13692/98114921_zpid/

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  29. Glendora, CA
    A true entertainer’s delight. In fact, this is the home of The Original Party Master. The main house consists of a grand living room, formal dining room, breakfast room, family room and a beautiful gourmet kitchen with large island. Originally built in 1919, this stately home, with three staircases, boasts generous size rooms and custom details throughout.

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