Tuesday, January 23, 2018

an unusual style

house seen on Ballynally Road.  This is the  back which faces the road.


ceramic cat in the window, at first I thought it was real.


 the front entrance


the parking area with a real cat


24 comments:

  1. Very odd. Sort of half-hearted half-timbered. I'm sure the owners love it as it looks very well cared for.

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  2. Strange indeed. Lets cal it neo-style.

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  3. Yes, it is a mix of different styles. The windows look very old fashioned with the framework.

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  4. ...I see that your world in almost black and white too!

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  5. I need a ceramic cat for my window. (It may drive my Sissy nutz)

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  6. Love the house! Cats of any kind welcome!

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  7. I wonder if they were trying for a mock Tudor look?
    The turquoise bench by the front door adds a nice touch of colour!

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  8. Gosh that's an old beauty Bill.. Tudor style?

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  9. Hello Bill.
    Such a beautiful old house!
    Love the windows with the frameworks and the wooden shutters!
    Beautiful pictures!
    Enjoy your day!
    Dimi...

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  10. I like the look of this place. I wonder if there is a real cat to go with the ceramic one.

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  11. I like it. The windows are very pretty and the ceramic cat adds a whimsical touch.

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  12. It feels like it has some Tudor influences.

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  13. Overall, it's rather attractive to me, but it must be awful dark and dank in there. Those windows are so small.

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  14. It looks like an old pub to me!

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  15. What a fantastic house, I wonder how old it is!

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  16. I love it. I really like the shutters.

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  17. I like it, we don't have this sort of architecture here in NZ, I wonder how old it is?

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  18. i love it, and especially the windows :)

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  19. Wonderful eye catching exteriors! Beautifully captured!

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  20. Is that an English Tudor style? You can see it on some pretend inns and such in the U.S.

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    1. It looks like it could have some features of it. Maybe call it Tudor-ish. :)

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