Friday, March 31, 2017

Film-worthy

At least twice I have seen this house in the Weston neighbourhood being used for film sets which is understandable since it is rather unique. I like the big porch and the square room at the top right. And who doesn't like a weather vane?

18 comments:

Kate said...

Wouldn't you love to have that top room as a "room of your own" as a sanctuary and place of reflection, writing, drawing, craftwork or blogging?!

Andy said...

The sunshine in the photo is what is attracting me.
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Karl Demetz said...

It looks really very nice, Pat !
I like this house and... the blue sky !

Cloudia said...

I love weather vanes and this really photogenic hose, Pat <3

Lea said...

It certainly does have character!

Gosia k said...

Looks interesting

Sharon Anck said...

A very nice looking house and now I'm going to keep my eyes open to see if I can see it in a movie sometime.

Lowell said...

This is a wonderful place in every respect. I can see why it would have a place in film sets.

bill burke said...

It does have lots of charm and looks great with the blue sky.

William Kendall said...

It's a beauty!

Christine said...

It really does have charm & oodles of characters! Great photo!

Revrunner said...

Has that secret room where any number of strange and wonderful things could happen.

Jack said...

It is beautiful and would fit into West Hartford or any Massachusetts town very easily.

Bob Crowe said...

I dunno. I like a weather vane. This could be in many parts of North America, although probably not here.

s.c said...

Now I wonder. What kind of films?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Now I'm curious as to which movies they were Pat and yes for quite a while now I've really liked the idea of a weather vane.. a shark maybe 😀😀

Karen S. said...

I do like weather vanes and the entire house!

jennyfreckles said...

Beautiful, I love those open verandahs.