Friday, March 2, 2012

Farmhouse Friday

For today we are hopping on our farmhouse tractor and taking a little cruise around the good ol’ USA for some farmhouse viewing. Here are some lovely homes that I thought I would share with you that I found today via the internet. My favorite is the first one as it has gorgeous bones and a stunning backyard with a million dollar view. So come along and take a little drive around the old homesteads with me.



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Till next time, y’all have a lovely weekend!

19 comments:

Debby said...

Beautiful homes. I could live in any of them. That last picture.....what an entry way....my goodness.

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

I'm loving both the Virginia and the Texas houses. Don't think I'd like the Texas climate though, so I'll have to move into the one in Virginia. Ha ha, don't I wish?

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Love the porches. Thanks for the tour.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Lizzie*cats said...

Ahhhhh, take me back home to Texas - especially to a house like that one!

Elsie said...

"O" my goodness Becky, I fell in love with 2 of them for sure. Gosh they are beautiful. Gee I wonder if that horse comes with the house, heck we could save on gas and feed the horse hay. :) I think the hay would be a lot cheaper.

Vee said...

The first in Virginia and those pocket doors in Texas. Guess that would be a tough marriage. =)

Mecky said...

Even though the Texas one is great and a good price, I think I like the first one best, too. The small house which i think was the third picture, reminds me of the house I grew up in!

I love looking at other houses. I really don't like the house we bought. We bought it to get our kids in the school here. I didn't think we were going to stay. I hate the thought of moving now. So I need to be happy where I am planted and make this house what I want it to be. But boy is it fun to dream!

from me to thee......... said...

loved them all, but Favorite is the little Indiana farmhouse for 97,000. number 2. Sweet and simple.

20 North Ora said...

I'm still rooting for the one in Missouri you found last time. LOL

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

I'll take the farmhouse in McKinney, Texas please.

wendy said...

well...I COULD LIVE IN EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM I'm afraid.
such character
and beauty
and charm

Pondside said...

When I see those beautiful houses and compare them to something similar here in the Pacific Northwest I'm stunned! Multiply by 4 to approach a price up here - makes me wish to move!

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Perfectly Printed said...

Love the pictures!! And farmhouses!

chris

Kim~HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs said...

I loved seeing all of these great farmhouses, Becky :)

Linda said...

Hard to choose...I like them all but my favorite one is the Virginia Farmhouse. Thanks for sharing....

Meadowsweet Cottage said...

Feel free to wrap any of them up and mail them to me! Truthfully, it's the land around them that's begging me to raise sheep, add more chickens and plan a huge veggie garden. Spring fever? Big time!

Elly-My Everyday Things said...

Definately the Indiana farmhouse with the gorgeous porch! You don't see porches here often. But I really love 'em! O well... dream on!
Have a lovely Sunday!
Hugs, Elly

fiberdoodles said...

Oh I'm torn between Virginia and South Carolina....*sigh...