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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Historic Oakwood Part IV of IV

Happy Sunday House Selfies...
if you missed Part I of Historic Oakwood Click here
Part II of Historic Oakwood Click here
Part III of Historic Oakwood Click here








Today is my last post of Historic Oakwood. We only took photos on
one street (it was very cold).  To read more about the area click here
The header of the site turns into a slide show of many more homes.  Just wait a few seconds for it to start.  They really 'shine' on a sunny day.

Oakwood also has its own cemetery which is quite pretty
and Park

20 comments:

  1. Hari om
    Well, this begs the question... are you going to show us more when the spring comes?! YAM xx

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  2. Yes, we vote for a return in Spring!

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  3. they are beautiful, I am enjoying seeing these grand old ladies. I love the small upstairs gingerbread porch on the first one and blue house dormers... 2 is a beautiful home, but not for my OCD self because they put two windows together in the middle in the upstairs. design flaw for Me

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  4. back to say I LOVE THAT SLIDE SHOW...wow, all that beauty in one place... I like the smaller homes for me, if I could buy one, the big ones are stunning, the smaller I would like to own. I am betting I could not afford the taxes on them

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  5. All lovely! It is nice to see a little bit of Merry this morning on the houses. Beautiful stonework arch.

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  6. Those houses are so lovely. Thanks for sharing! I hope in 100 years some of the ugly b
    Mass produced houses here are not on such a tour!

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  7. It has been fun to see these great houses. Super pictures. Hope all of you hqve a really good day.

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  8. Those porches are so wonderful, we love that kind of home!

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  9. Very pretty! We have some houses like that in parts of the City.

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  10. Those houses are lovely. Thank you for taking us on the tour with you.

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  11. Ahhh, more beautiful verandas for Mom to drool over and dream about:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  12. I love old homes. Thanks for sharing all these beautiful photos. XO

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  13. What a lovely neighborhood. We wish we could see the inside of the houses too.

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  14. Love seeing the old homes!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

    Pee es
    Hazel slept well last night. The new medicine is helping her be more comfortable!

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  15. So beautiful and reminds me of my childhood. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!

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  16. Oh, that is FABulous! We have lots of Victorian's here that are preserved and landmarks and museums too! Butts, far too many gets torn down.
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  17. More beautiful houses. We have a small collection of those kind in our little bitty town.

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  18. Those homes are just gorgeous. I wonder how many are haunted?!?!

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