Previously I showed you some homes in my neighborhood. I’ll share the link at the end of this post in case you missed part I.
There are so may gorgeous homes here, truly I wish you could see them all. It is such a blessing to walk by these homes on my daily walk.
This one is so gorgeous, and look at those magnificent oak trees. I love this New Orleans style home.
This next home is a new farmhouse style. White is a super popular color for new homes in my neighborhood. I love the porch, the nice detail on the shutters, and the brick accents.
Next we have a home I really love. I’m not sure what I would call the style, but I think it’s beautiful. Look at those small shutters for the tiny windows, so charming!
This next house is another New Orleans style home. I love the balcony and all of the ironwork.
This is another two story home with a big balcony. The large arch in the roof is really lovely.
This amazing oak tree was just as interesting as the house on this corner lot. The house had a very small footprint.
Did you miss Part I of my tour? You can find it HERE.
Now for some other news, I offered these prints once before and I get asked to about them just about every day. So they are available for purchase for a short time. They are special order, so please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.
I also have some fabulous towels and other things made in France. The macaron sold out in about an hour when I first put them in my shop, and I’m restocking, so they are back. Here are the ‘Made in France’ goodies.
Doré @ Burlap Luxe says
What a beautiful neighborhood you live in…and those majestic trees curbside are so amazing.
Love you botanicals framed above your sofa, what a calm soothing place to relax your eyes on, not to mention a quite place to inspire by.
See you soon dear.
Love the Heights my grandparents moved to the Heights in the 1940’s & my grandmother had a beautishop on Yale street. In 1960 they lived on the corner of 15th & Ashland in a big old house with a garage apartment. We went to that old house to ride out Hurricane Carla. It’s stood the test of time. I always drive by it when I am in the heights. My mom went to Reagan High School so many of some very famous folks graduated as a Bulldog. Very said to hear they want to change its name.
Yes I think that is crazy to be changing the name of a school at this point and using taxpayer dollars to do it. Thanks for your insights Linda.
katherines corner says
such a lovely area you live in. The trees are amazing. Our neighborhood is fairly new in comparison. We built our home eleven years ago and we were the second home in our neighborhood. we do have some lovely homes though. xo
We had a family reunion there going on three years ago. I just failed in love with the gorgeous trees, lovely homes and so much more. The homes you showed, I loved them. Thanks for sharing.