Please enlarge any of these pictures for details. You may have to move them back and forth as I think...cringe..that I may have made them ..too large. I'm sorry.
This is looking toward Rumsey Drive. You can see the pond, the waterfall and the fountain. The pond was full of Koi..tame ones and then they were visited by Cranes. I will get pictures of the pond soon.
The kitchen window looks out onto the lawn and the drive. You can see the deck from here.
Another view out the kitchen window. I love..that bunny lamp. I try to talk her out of it...she just LAUGHS at her mother!! :)
I wanted you to see this sweet little plate rack that runs along the top of the kitchen and over the door. I have begged Danny for one of these..and he says..ok..soon Mom.. (sigh..)
This is a poor picture as it doesn't even show the little green chest they were sitting on..not sure why I took just a shot of the items on top. Sorry. The little chest is in the St. Patricks Days photo's..anyway...so...there ya go!
This is the side yard that leads to the garden and the fruit trees. There is a fence that is kept locked and leads to the pool, fountain, outdoor room and fireplace. There is also another living area detached from the main home..and I believe that was a tack room at one time as the heavy door slides shut closing the room off completely. It slides right over the top of the door. I will try and get photo's of it at another time.
This is the little barn that is used as a garage.
This is the second entry to the home. If you walk through those little dutch doors you enter the dining room below. Standing here..if you look to the right..that is where the first entry to the home is that had the stained glass
This is the dining area you walk into when you walk through those little dutch doors. The kitchen is to the right..the laundry room and two boys room and two more bathrooms are through that door and into that section of the home.
I just wanted to end this post with this picture of Ireland. She was only about four when I took this out on my patio. Maryalice just saw this picture for the first time on St. Patricks Day. Of course I had to give her a couple of them. It is probably my very favorite one of my Granddaughter.