Tuesday, August 9, 2016

A Happy Place

This is another of the small apartment buildings on the street near Casa Loma and I'm not sure why but it seems to me that it would be a happy place to live. Maybe it is the chairs gathered together out front and the little pots going up the stairs. This would be a prime spot to live - close to subway, grocery store, parks, etc. I'm guessing that people stay put when they get into these buildings.

18 comments:

Christine said...

i also like the Tudor style details! I'd settle there!

Lowell said...

It looks sturdy and comfy and being in a great neighborhood, like you I can't imagine why anyone would move.

Tom said...

Looks happy to me

Karl Demetz said...

Looks inviting, Pat.

Sharon Anck said...

It's also a very attractive building to live in.

Bill Nicholls said...

Looks a nice place to live

Gosia k said...

In my opinion living here it would be a great experience

Taken For Granted said...

My grandparents lived in a similar apartment building in Chicago when I was young. It was a happy place.

Cloudia said...

Strangely it DOES look happy to me too!

Kate said...

This must be a 4-plex, which is so much better than a larger apartment building. The flowers and outdoor seating arrangement does indeed make this an inviting building in which to live.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I have always loved the tudor style homes. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

William Kendall said...

It does look inviting.

bill burke said...

It does look like a nice place to call home. I would want to live on the 2nd floor which over here is the 1st floor. We have someone above us and I don't care for it.

TexWisGirl said...

someone makes it a nice place. :)

Michelle said...

It does look inviting!

Karen S. said...

I agree, especially with it being so close to everything as well! Prime location!

genie said...

This style of architecture I love. My last home had a wee bit of it but inside it was so pretty. I think it is called Craftsman style. genie

Jack said...

Looks like plenty of light in these units, with four windows across on the first floor and three on the second.