What better things to show on Farmhouse Fridays than, well…farmhouses?
I went on a Pinterest scavenger hunt and I turned up these lovely farmhouses. The best news? They’re all for sale! Look away and enjoy!
What a gorgeous home! I was drawn to this home because my ancestors are from Russell County. Plus, it’s a lovely house. Just check out this description:
Situated on 331 acres of rolling farmland. The house, built in 1919, is prominently situated on a hill overlooking the creek valley and is a highly visible landmark. The dwelling is a tall two-story Colonial Revival-style mansion with Flemish-bond brick veneer. The building has a temple-fronted center bay. The roof is covered with green-glazed terra cotta tiles, and there are three large interior brick chimneys. The slightly protruding central bay incorporates the first floor entry and a small second story balcony. There is a one story wraparound porch with Ionic columns and ceramic tile flooring.
Doesn’t that sound amazing? Click here to check out the link for yourself.
2. Republic, OH
Here’s the description:
The Greek Revival style is timeless, and so is this spectacular, circa 1833 farmhouse situated on 22.9 acres. It’s chock full of historic detail, and retains its original plasterwork, hardware, doors and poplar flooring. Known as “Golden Pond,” the property includes a 1,200-vine vineyard and a 150-year-old English threshing horse barn.
Click here to check it out!
I hope you’ve enjoyed these beautiful farmhouses! Have a wonderful Friday!
Linking to Stonegable, Worthing Court, Cedar Hill Farmhouse, Confessions of a Plate Addict, The Turquoiseaquifer and Home, A Place of My Taste, The Happy Housie, The Blissful Bee, My Pinterventures, The Lady Prefers to Save, The Kolb Corner, Craving Some Creativity, Let’s Get Crafty, Diane and Dean DIY, Starfish Cottage, Bluesky Kitchen, Potentially Chic, McCall Manor, and Odds and Evans, The Quintessential Mommy, Christine Everyday, Little Miss Dexterous, Décor To Adore, Poofing the Pillows, At Home With Jemma, White Spray Paint, and French Country Cottage!