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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Stone House

This is not a house I was doing a survey on, but I drove past this on a back road. I had no idea there was any place like this nearby. I turned around and went back to get a picture. I won't complain if someday I am asked to take more pictures of this place. For now, I'm just glad someone is keeping it in good shape.

stone house

This really looks like it should be in the east, where houses were built with cut stone. More often, here, you see fieldstone. Built about 1890-1910, I'd guess.

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vanilla said...

Wow! Just wow!

Lin said...

Beautiful! I imagine that is tough to maintain.

Ann said...

Beautiful. I would love to see what the inside of that one looks like, it's pretty spectacular from the outside

Duxbury Ramblers said...

After living in stone and brick houses all my life I am always in awe of anyone that maintains a log or wooden home :)

Secondary Roads said...

Who would have thought you'd find a place like that around there? Built with lumber money?

Jean Knill said...

Lovely looking house. But there's a weird shape on the roof. It looks like a witches hat.

catskillblogger said...

That's beautiful.

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