Last week I shared a collection of charming old homes in Huntley, Illinois and today is the second half of the home exteriors tour. I love when a town has an abundance of beautiful homes that it requires more than one blog post!
An updated Victorian home sits proudly on the corner of a quiet neighborhood in Huntley. Did you notice how the transom above the front porch window is open? So many wonderful details, including the landscaping.
This little Victorian house has also been updated with what appears to be a new porch.
Here’s a classic white home exterior reminiscent of the type of home you’d see in Mayberry from the Andy Griffith show. The porch is decorated for fall with pumpkins and a friendly HELLO sign.
But this! This is the first house I photographed and was the impetus for exploring more of Huntley and its beautiful home exteriors. This gingerbread Victorian is the home I’d choose to live in.
I also like this yellow house because – well, my own house is yellow with dark blue trim like this. Plus I like the white birch tree in front.
Not all the homes in Huntley are large. There are bungalow home exteriors throughout the town, like this one with red trim to match the red roof.
I have a question for all of you about this gray bungalow. Does anyone know what the half-oval detail below the porch windows is? I’m dying to know!
This green Victorian has great curb appeal with its bow windows, deep front porch, and architectural trim details.
And finally, a classic Americana style home proudly displaying the U.S. flag. Look closely and you’ll see the Halloween decorations inside the porch.
I hope you enjoyed this architectural tour of home exteriors in Huntley. One of my favorite things to do is walk around neighborhoods and enjoy the different types of houses and landscaping.
This weekend I’m featuring highlights to my sister’s farm, orchard, and market in southwestern Michigan. Fall colors were at their peak and I’m anxious to share my trip with you!
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