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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Barn Charm Tuesday

Catawba Road, Troutville, Botetourt County

The barn here is ok but I really love that house!

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36 comments:

  1. so much character in this house, great photo

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  2. Nice looking little barn, but the house does kinda steal the show! Classic farm house!

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  3. Many wood in front of the House tells a story of that, it must be very cold in this area in the winter.

    egbert

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  4. I love that old farmhouse too. I bet it is nice inside. B

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  5. Is that firewood? Most of the older homes here that have fireplaces have them replaced with gas heaters sitting inside them. I love this house.

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    1. yep, that's a big ol stack of fire wood!

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  6. Nice barn, and even nicer house. Great place!

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  7. I just love the dormer on top of the house.

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  8. I like the house too...lots of charm!

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  9. Well, that could be my house! Lol.

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    1. i wish it was...we'd be neighbors!

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  10. Love this one! That house has a lot of stories. I wonder when it was built? The dormer is very cool.

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  11. There's almost that feeling the the farmhouse slipping away.

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  12. This is a very cute and lovely barn. I love the barns like this. And beautiful farmhouse!

    This is an amazing autumn picture with all these wonderful colors. I love it a lot!!!

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  13. Always wonder about these stately old homes that have seen better days. This one was a beauty in its heyday, I'm sure. Still seems like a lot of "living" is going on here--maybe not as elegant as in the past?

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  14. There is a house like that near us that they just let fall down, go figure.

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  15. Wow, the house seems to be moving falling in a sink hole maybe!!! Yeah,the house makes this scene.

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  16. I like both the barn and house! I'd love to see the inside of the house, it looks huge.

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  17. I agree! Wonderful house, but the barn is charming too.

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  18. Oh how rustic that looks. Plenty of wood out front so they are all set for winter I expect. I am starting to notice the barns we have around here. Now all I have to do is remember to photograph one of them for a Tuesday :).

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  19. Oh gosh, I love that listing home, I wonder how it got that way? Beautiful capture of both barn and home (I like the tree too:)

    It'd be so great if you used 'pea soup' on your kids...see what they think:))

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  20. Love your photos, especially the one of Mabry Mill. I have photos from there, too. I think you and I are neighbors, I'm over here in Lowgap, NC next to Mount Airy. :)

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  21. I agree! That house is fabulous!

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  22. Cool dark barn wood barn & the farmhouse really IS a beauty, too!

    Thanks for joining =)

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  23. I agree, I love that house - it looks just like the type of house I always wanted when I was younger!

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  24. The barn looks more like an outhouse to me! It's a beautiful old house. Hmmm, maybe I'll start a "This Old House" series.

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  25. I really like the weathered wood of the barn; but, yes, the house is wonderful. Love that dormer window! I wonder what the view is from there and can't you just imagine kids playing under that tree in summer...sigh. :)

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  26. Wonderful looking place... with character!

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  27. That house is something else! Great find!!

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  28. What a great old place, I would love to see that wonderful place refurbished!

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