Blue Cottage in Black Mountain, North Carolina

This funky 1920 cottage is located in the quaint town of Black Mountain, North Carolina. It's quirky for sure but full of vintage character, so let's have a look. The listing says 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms but one of those bedrooms and a bathroom is in a separate 400 sq ft guest house. The... Continue Reading →

1926 Tudor Cottage In Seattle

Recently sold for $940,000, this Tudor Cottage in West Seattle looks tiny from street, but it is actually a 2,400 square foot 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home! Built in 1926, the home has undergone cosmetic changes to make it light-filled and bright, but it still retains many of its original features. The original hardwoods are... Continue Reading →

Little Blue Craftsman Bungalow In Florida

House Crazy Sarah loves a good Craftsman bungalow!  But this 1922 sweetheart departs from the traditional dark, heavy Arts & Crafts style. The blue siding with yellow front door are not typical Craftsman colors, but hey, this is Tampa after all, so we'll embrace it. Inside, the original trim and fireplace have been painted white... Continue Reading →

Little Blue Farmstead In Amish Country

This adorable 1905 farmhouse is located in southern Indiana - affectionately known as Amish country. The idyllic spread includes a barnyard and four gardens with two fountains. The owner has graciously allowed House Crazy Sarah to share these photos. Let's have a look inside! This charming home has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a basement, large... Continue Reading →

Blue House, Red Barn in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

House Crazy Sarah was broken-hearted to hear about the recent terrible mass shooting in her homeland of Canada in the quaint eastern province of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia is normally a peaceful, bucolic land so House Crazy Sarah wanted to pay tribute to the area by featuring a lovely old Nova Scotia home. The Blue... Continue Reading →

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