So many houses, so little time... this is a blog dedicated to "house addicts"
Sunday real estate browsing…… Located in Severna Park, Maryland is this impeccably cared for 1936 stone manor. And it’s for sale! The home looks a little imposing from the outside, but the interior is incredibly lovely and light-filled. This is probably due to the splendid southern exposure of the waterfront lot on the Magothy River in Maryland. That […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 16 hours 20 min ago.
Another project by David and Heather! My Canadian house-loving friends in Nova Scotia have been busy little bees over the past few years. I’ve featured their work before here on House Crazy with their converted school house and beautiful seaside home that is now for sale. Another little side project they have been working on […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 2 days 16 hours ago.
If you are a movie buff with a keen eye for set locations, you may recognize this Gothic Revival country house near Tarrytown, New York. It has been featured in several movies like: House of Dark Shadows (1970); Night of Dark Shadows (1971); and, The Halloween That Almost Wasn’t a.k.a The Night Dracula Saved the World […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 4 days 16 hours ago.
My blogger friend and fellow house fanatic Sue over at Housekaboodle alerted me to this amazing property on the market in Cornish, Maine. (“It looks like your sort of thing“) Heck yeah! Sue knows me well - I am a major sucker for antique Cape Cod houses! This one reminds me a lot of the Old Brown Cape that […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 6 days 16 hours ago.
Most people immediately think of the Kennedy family compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts when they think of John F. Kennedy’s home. But a lesser known house in Virginia that JFK and his wife Jackie had built the year that he died has surfaced in the news again this month. According to a recent Zillow article by Erika Riggs, In […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 1 week 2 days ago.
This week is the American Thanksgiving holiday. As we sit in our nice warm homes, stuffing ourselves with fat birds and planning our Black Friday mode of attack… well, you know, there are those less fortunate who are huddling under cardboard boxes not too far from where we live. (Sometimes I can even see them in the back alley.) That […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 1 week 4 days ago.
Are you a fan of American Horror Story: Coven? If yes, then you might recognize this house from the start of season 3. Scenes from the first episode – “Bitchcraft” - were filmed here on location, so this is the real deal. A reader of my blog requested that I dig up some info on this lovely mansion - so here it […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 1 week 6 days ago.
Ski season is officially here so it’s time for House Crazy Sarah to indulge her inner ski-bum (yeah right) and look at some Swiss ski chalets! This lovely cottage is located on Lake Lucerne in central Switzerland. The historic chalet was actually moved from its original location - over 30 kilometers away - in the 1970′s. Today the cottage serves as […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 2 weeks 1 day ago.
On my recent trip to Leadville, Colorado I had the chance to visit the Healy House Museum which sits on a prominent hill overlooking the high mountain town. [If you missed my last post about Leadville, you can view it here] The Healy House Museum is actually a complex with a gift shop, heritage gardens, and a preserved 1870′s log […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 2 weeks 4 days ago.
On a sunny fall day not too long ago, I had the opportunity to visit Leadville, Colorado. At over 10,000 feet above sea level, it is the HIGHEST incorporated city in the United States! You feel up high in Leadville – the City in the Clouds - not only because of the thin air and high elevation, but because the sky seems even […]... read more at housecrazy Posted 2 weeks 6 days ago.