Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Norfolk Flint Construction


I couldn't leave my north Norfolk coast posts without showing another of the wonderful flint and brick houses. This lovely little cottage and wall is in another of the beautiful little towns along the coast - possibly Wells next the Sea but my pics got a bit confusing so it could be in Holt. This is such a lovely area of England and one of the driest parts of Britain!

13 comments:

LĂșcia said...

Beautiful, like in the British movies! :)

Halcyon said...

Another beautiful house!

Paul said...

I too was confused, thought for a minute this was in Canada. They also do beautiful churches using flint down in that part of England. Paul at Leeds in Yorkshire daily photo

Regina K said...

I like these flint stone buildings.

Paul in Powell River said...

well worth taking a picture of!

Kay L. Davies said...

Ooh, a dry part of Britain. With stone houses. What a wonderful place to find. Love your photo.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

Randy said...

I really like that look.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

what a lovely little stone house on the coast! I bet those stone walls are really thick to keep out the damp and cold. Great shot and thanks for the birthday wishes Red.

Sharon said...

This is so unique and beautiful.

altadenahiker said...

Wow, the detail on the house is amazing, and I love the blend of brick and -- river rock?

(Thank you for the kind words over my way.)

Michael Rowland said...

Pat, let's move to this village,,,M

EG Wow said...

Love all the cobblestones in the wall and on the sides of the building.

Refurbishment said...

So sweet home !! Good Construction. i like it this blog.