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Sunday, May 12, 2013

Our World Tuesday: No holding back the highway

This house sits on a hill with a major highway on one side and an entrance ramp to the highway on the other side. I think it's a charming house and too bad it's located with roaring traffic on either side.
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13 comments:

genie said...

No...there is no holding back the highways. Such a beautiful homeplace. Bet it was quiet and peaceful at the time it was built. It is still a beautiful home. Love the stone wall and that wonderful front porch. genie

Rambling Woods said...

Oh it is very charming... And very Carver...

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I always feel bad for people with lovely homes that end up near busy hwys or even city streets; imagine that the home pre-dated the highway.

Unknown said...

That is too bad!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, that is too bad indeed! Such a lovely home, but such a terrible place!! Wonderful capture for the day though!!

eileeninmd said...

Ohwow! They say location, location location is really important. It is a pretty house, I love porches. Thanks for sharing, have a great week!

Karen said...

A pretty setting, the front yards a bit steep, and perhaps the traffic would be a put off, great shot.

Karen said...

Looks lovely, bey it's really noisy!

Anonymous said...

What a lovely house. Such a shame that it's boxed in by noisy roads.

NatureStop said...

That's a lovely house indeed!Have a great day!

Shantana

Randi said...

Too bad!!! Such a charming house.

Indrani said...

A beautiful house, no doubt!

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, I love this house. My best friend used to live near a major airport, and she said she got used to the sound of the air traffic, so perhaps the people in this house are used to the sound of the traffic.
I sure hope so.
K

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