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Jane Ormsby Gore’s house, surrounded by apple, pear and plum trees (Photo: Martin Morrell)

Just a glance at the calendar tells us that summer is almost gone. “Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” ― Henry Ja…

Just a glance at the calendar tells us that summer is almost gone. “Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” ― Henry Ja…

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Amanda Brooks, Christopher Brooks, Coco Brooks and Zach Brooks at home in Oxfordshire, England « the selby

THE perfect backyard...relaxing and peaceful

Dream Decks

Adirondack chairs positioned for enjoying the wide, open views. (Photo: Jane Beiles for The New York Times)

Country Living for the Creative Couple

Adirondack chairs positioned for enjoying the wide, open views. (Photo: Jane Beiles for The New York Times)

Ancient pastoral village of Frattura (Scanno, Italy). In this picture a nice view of the garden area made of stones. Photo by Cinzia Carboni

Ancient pastoral village of Frattura (Scanno, Italy). In this picture a nice view of the garden area made of stones. Photo by Cinzia Carboni

Whether they belong to working farmers or landed gentry, farmhouses have a rustic simplicity that recalls an earlier era. This Massachusetts estate, which has known owners of both stripes, goes the extra acre in bringing back the past. Built in 1785 for the daughter of a Revolutionary War colonel and her husband, it's had just four owners, as far as current owners Donna Annunziata and her husband, Patrick, can tell. Now the couple — who travel two hours and 15 minutes from their apartment…

House of the Week: Classic New England Farm Turned Weekend Retreat

1785 Farmhouse Built for Daughter of Revolutionary War Colonel - Historic Farmhouse

Chateau du Grand Luce // October 2013 - Lonny Magazine

October 2013

Timothy Corrigan has been named one of the world’s top 100 interior designers by Architectural Digest and one of the world’s Top 40 Designers by The Robb R

This house is located in Chicago’s historic Kenwood district, about eight miles from the Loop and downtown. The area is known for grand single-family houses in a broad variety of styles, with ornate Georgian and Romanesque designs standing alongside simple Prairie and modern residences. President Obama’s home is nearby, as are the University of Chicago and 1920s-era apartment towers. (Photo: William Zbaren for The New York Times)

$2,200,000 Homes in Chicago, Colorado and New Hampshire

This week’s properties include a renovated modern house in Colorado, a family retreat in New Hampshire and a 1903 house in Chicago.

Traditional 1937 Georgian-Style Residence | LuxeSource | Luxe Magazine - The Luxury Home Redefined

Decorating with potted boxwood is perhaps one of the easiest and practical ways to dress up your yard, garden or patio. Boxwood is simply charming and will add a touch of rustic romance to your home that only nature can deliver.

The exterior of a Jamaican house built in a Carpenter Gothic style. (Photo: Suki MacDonald Kapahi for The New York Times)

A House With a Mineral Spring in Jamaica

The exterior of a Jamaican house built in a Carpenter Gothic style. (Photo: Suki MacDonald Kapahi for The New York Times)

Mas des Roses - Gordes - jolis dénivelés d'escalier, pour créer des espaces:

Book at the Bed and breakfast Mas des Roses à Gordes in Gordes from with Avignon et Provence

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