Greenwich Barn| Heritage Restorations

cute barn plus greenhouse. guess it's been converted into a house! well a guest house on a big estate. barns,dream home

The second floor landing of a Mediterranean estate in Santa Barbara.  Stunning skylight with cathedral ceiling cupola and Moroccan style iron railing along with herringbone hardwood wood floors. Love! Go to blog to see rest of house! http://cococozy.com

View from the second floor landing of the glass cathedral ceiling, Moorish ironwork railing and herringbone wood floors

Seminary Ridge Museum, Gettysburg, PA. View from the cupola where Union Cavalry General John Buford, observed the advancement of Confederate forces from the west. The new museum allows visitors to go atop the Lutheran Seminary Building and view the battlefield from the cupola. This view southwestern view shows some of the other seminary buildings in the foreground. http://www.whereandwhen.com/things+to+do/Seminary+Ridge+Museum/ Where & When, Pennsylvania's Travel Guide

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Mission San Xavier del Bac, also called W hite Dove of the Desert, is a National Historic Landmark. Tucson, Arizona,

Mission San Xavier del Bac, also called White Dove of the Desert, is a National Historic Landmark. San Xavier Mission was founded as a Catholic mission in It is the oldest intact European structure in Arizona.

As stated on their website: Caboose No. SSW2 originally built by the International Car Company for the St. Louis-Southwestern Railroad (the Cotton Belt) which was a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is known as an extended vision caboose due to the enlarged and overhanging cupola which gave the conductor a better view of the train ahead of him. — at DeQuincy Railroad Museum.

As stated on their website: Caboose No. SSW2 originally built by the International Car Company for the St. Louis-Southwestern Railroad (the Cotton Belt) which was a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is known as an extended vision caboose due to the enlarged and overhanging cupola which gave the conductor a better view of the train ahead of him. — at DeQuincy Railroad Museum.

Barn 2.  Best design example of what we think might work want but doesn't show enough of porch.  We like the cupolas, the trim, the timber and the   Brown metal roof.  Beams,  white (want true white matching house).  What if we had the Split stone high way up on the wall.  We would like to price using split stone vs. Ga brick on lower half.  Hardy board up to metal roof.  Love detail. Combining Barn one with this one seems very close to what we want.

Barn 2. Best design example of what we think might work want but doesn't show enough of porch. We like the cupolas, the trim, the timber and the Brown metal roof. Beams, white (want true white matching house). What if we had the Split stone high way up on the wall. We would like to price using split stone vs. Ga brick on lower half. Hardy board up to metal roof. Love detail. Combining Barn one with this one seems very close to what we want.

A spectacular sheet steel painted weather vane of a Native American crouched at the fire. Circa late 19th century.

A spectacular sheet steel painted weather vane of a Native American crouched at…

A cupola—one of 57 unique chimneys—pokes out from the roof of a two-story hacienda. The door and window surrounds were crafted to resemble stone.

Spanish Colonial Lushness in a Historic Mexican Town

Maria, next to her Little Free Library.

Everyone Doesn’t Always Follow The Rules…And It’s OK.

Steer Weathervane on DECASO.com

Americana and Folk Art Weathervanes

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