Even with one shutter missing, isn’t this one beauty of a historic New England home with its bright red door and attached breezeway and barn?
I love this barn with the small windows and planters on the doors.
We visited this home on a garden tour last weekend. The interesting part was that there really were no gardens unless you count routine foundation plantings. 🙂
The beauty of this historic New England home and stone wall certainly made up for the lack of gardens.
It is located in Center Harbor, NH, which is situated between Lake Winnipesaukee, Lake Waukewan, and Squam Lake. The town, settled in 1797, was originally a small farming community, covers 16 square miles, and has a year-round population of around 1,000 which swells several times that number during tourist season.
These doors are linked to Norm Frampton’s, Thursday Doors, August 3, 2017. If you enjoy doors of all shapes and sizes from all over the world, check it out.