Gingerbread Cottage DREAM HOUSE!

House Crazy doesn't throw those words around lightly. She's a sucker for most any old house with character, but this place was obviously built for her in her past life as a spinster writer in Massachusetts. 9 W Clinton Avenue in Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts - to be exact. Built in 1870, this tiny 827 square... Continue Reading →

Amazing Mid-Century Mobile Home Renovation

Never mind about trailer trash... look at this beautiful gal in New York state! This here is a a 1963 Sabre mobile home with two rare pull outs. It has been completely renovated from top to bottom. Look how sugar-sweet the decor is! House Crazy Sarah loves, loves, LOVES! The trailer home originally had two... Continue Reading →

The Real Life Anne of Green Gables House

House Crazy Sarah is soooo homesick for her homeland lately. Normally she wanders around in a homesick stupor but not being able to go back to Canada this summer due to Coronavirus has made her even more crazy homesick than usual. There are few things more Canadian than good old Anne of Green Gables so... Continue Reading →

The African Queen House In Springfield, Missouri

This house is crazy cat cool! Lion and tiger cool! How many houses are built OVER a moat? The African Queen is! And yes, that is really her name. Where is this eye-popping safari-inspired manor located? None other thanĀ Springfield Missouri. Built in 1964, the home measures in at over 3,100 square feet but oddly, only... Continue Reading →

Buy An Historic Village In France!

Ever wanted to own your own village? How about a picturesque 17th century hamlet in France? House Crazy Sarah is head over heels for Le Gohic - an historic hamlet in Quistinic, Brittany, France. Set on thirteen acres of peaceful gardens, gentle woodlands, and rolling hills, this beautiful place is up for sale. Le Gohic... Continue Reading →

New & Old In A Connecticut Farmhouse Remodel

There is so much to love about this cute country cottage in The Oaks neighborhood of Willimantic, Connecticut. Crescent Cottage is a turn-key 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home that is looking for new owners. The century old home has been totally updated with a new kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, electric, HVAC, plumbing, and fresh decor... Continue Reading →

Converted Huron Railway Substation In Los Angeles

Look at this unique find in the north-east area of Los Angeles. Listed as a "Historic Cultural Monument" by the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission, the Los Angeles Railway Huron Substation was built in 1906-08 and is the second oldest surviving substation in the city. The building formerly housed equipment to convert high-voltage electricity to... Continue Reading →

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