Do you see what I see?!! So in love with our new and improved RED front door 😍😍😍 Our poor door was completely rotted out on the bottom half, when it rained hard it rained inside too 😂 Thank goodness we have a woodworking magician in the family who painstakingly fixed it, made it waterproof for years to come, stripped it and painted it for us!! Next up the windows next to it which are equally rotten.
The house already feels so much friendlier when you drive up and when we get around to painting the rest of the exterior and roof (goodbye dark green) in 23 or so years she's gonna look sexyyyyyy 😘
All shuttered for the winter. Founded in 1865, the Plainville Camp Grounds was a Methodist campground where people would travel quite distance, with their tents, to form outdoor churches. The tabernacle is the center of the community and still remains in the center of this community. In the 1900s these cottages (Carpenter Gothic, Eastlake and Stick style) replaced tents. By 1901, about 3,000 to 5,000 people were gathering here each summer. A largely summer community, there are 5 year round residents here now. In 1957 the Methodist Church sold the property to the Plainville Camp Grounds Association and it is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
🌟Think BIG • Believe BIG • Act BIG • And the results will be BIG 🌟 2018 Business Retreat •
Quality real estate photography makes a drastic difference.
Ahhh - the horror! Who agrees?
With cloud property software, what would have taken hours (e.g. end of month) would take 10 minutes. Let your software work for you; don't work for your software 🙏
Play it loud and sing it out. Happy Monday evening.
Summer deck action is looking uppppp with the redo of the back deck/patio complete! (I feel like deck is wooden and patio paved ...?) We are now spending every hot evening debating awesome lounge chairs vs outdoor dining table (or how to swing both maybe in the two covered areas ). First world problems that aren't problems - just stoked I bagged myself a clever tradie! This is T applying sealer to the old bricks. It protects them from moisture (which results in lichen etc) and gives them a richer colour and wet look. 🏡 #thebluehousenz ✊🏼Reccomendations on outside furniture always welcome team!!