New & Old In A 1730 Pennsylvania Farmhouse

This historic farmhouse in Malvern, Pennsylvania has been expanded throughout the years to create a stunning blend of new and old. Known as "Les Petits Bois" because in the 1800's, a French professor created the first addition to the original 1730's stone home. In the 1990's, Peter Zimmerman Architects seamlessly blended the most recent addition.... Continue Reading →

La Maison Dumas In Old Montreal

Have a look at this belleĀ MaisonĀ in Ville Marie, Montreal, Quebec... Ville-Marie is the name of an arrondissement (borough) in the center of Montreal. At 445 Rue St-Paul E., you will find this stunningly preserved home that dates back to 1740! This home is decorated and maintained in a sophisticated Old World style - or more... Continue Reading →

Exquisite 1700’s House On Lake Maggiore, Italy

A little while back, House Crazy Sarah featured Paola and Marco's rustic mountain getaway "hut" in Northern Italy. Now, she's going to have a look at their house on Lake Maggiore, Italy. The home is located in a picturesque fishing village called Solcio di Lesa, in the Piedmont region. Paola explained that the village has... Continue Reading →

The Pink House – A 1795 Waterford Virginia Landmark

It's not exactly pink... it's more of a rosy-peachy hue. But locals have long referred to it as The Pink House. The Pink House is located in the heart of a quaint historic village called Waterford. Waterford is in Loudoun County, Virginia about 47 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. Here's the cool thing: the entire... Continue Reading →

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