It’s Got Nice Bones

Farmhouse Rural Cottonwood County

Farmhouse Rural Cottonwood County

I’ve taken a few photos of this house and really like the style of it.  I think it could have been quite nice in it’s day.  In fact it could look stunning redone with cedar shake shingles and a new exterior and paint.  I’m sure it’s been open to the elements so long though that there is no point.  It would need a complete rebuild.

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7 Responses to It’s Got Nice Bones

  1. Pingback: Thought-Full Thursday: Nature | The Lettered Cottage

  2. AnnTN says:

    I’m hopping over from The Lettered Cottage. She shared this blog post. I think you should contact the home owner and ask to take pictures inside the house. Old houses, like this, always intrigue me.

  3. Tammy says:

    Wow, this home is gorgeous design. I wonder what the house’s story. Why are so many homes left like this to rotten and no one love it. Haunted and left to rot? Would love to know the history.

  4. JaneJB says:

    If you follow Cheapoldhouses on Instagram you will see many houses like this one that are for sale all over the US…..there are some gorgeous old houses out there! And there are photos from inside too!

  5. Jill says:

    Connected through Layla’s Lettered Cottage post. Gosh I’d love to get my hands on this beauty! Lovely little beauty. Thanks for the pics.

  6. RWare says:

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting, all. I’ve not been able to connect with the owner to get inside, but hope to in the future.

  7. Cecelia Krajcar says:

    Beautiful…just beautiful… hopped like others over from the Lettered Cottage…..nice to be here!

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