I may be wrong but I think Joe Buckman bought this to renovate. The city did not want it torn down but no one was doing anything about it so he is doing it. Great shot.I know which one you are talking about now.
That diamond window glass and frame is extraordinary!!!Hope the beauty and personality of the home and it's finishing touches you'll share if you can....
I love this olden house with the gingerbread and all the wonderful windows.I want to follow you thru Google friends connect but don't see a link.Here from Roan's....
too funny about the window company! :)
lol i think they may have! what a sweet house...you'll have to show us again when they've finished!
They surely had window connections. Like the diamond shape. This is going to be a beautiful home when it's finished. Thanks for linking up!
nice, i like it, has lots of character
What a lot of work! Maybe they simply wanted a window sampler. :-)
Ha! Makes me wonder, too. It's got a lot of potential and I want to see the windows from the inside!
Such an interesting house, Love the windows.I have scraped enough in my life. Better they do siding. You never paint. Yipee!!!
Ha! The variety of windows does make you wonder, doesn't it?
Definitely a wide variety of window styles. I like them!
The house will come up beautifully with a good clean up. Yes, funny about those windows, it must look quite quirky from the inside looking out :D)
Marilyn, It is 6 AM here on the Coast of Maine. It is raining like crazy, heavy sheets of rain, sounds like the roof will come down, Yes, I wish I could send it to you we just cut the grass. Everytime we cut , it RAINS>>
i have a passion for old homes and this is a beauty or will be and I am ROFL at the did they own a window company.... to funny
Just popped in to say Happy Fourth of July!yvonne
Marilyn, I hope all is well with you. Guess you stopped blogging.Please get back to me and let me know all is well. yvonne