A little over a week ago my hubby and I took a little jaunt over to Sycamore to take a walk in the historic district. I took too many pictures to share in one post, so this is part two of some beautiful homes in the Land of Lincoln. (You can view the first post here.)
A blue exterior and wrap-around porch paints a charming slice of Americana.
Another roomy porch shows off unique half-moon cut-outs in the railing.
A gorgeous brick home with stunning trim and arched windows.
A quaint lamppost and wrought iron porch railing adds a touch of rusticity.
The all-American farmhouse with scalloped lace curtains peeking through the windows.
Clapboard homes are scattered throughout the streets of small-town Illinois.
A side-view of the same, charming home … complete with a wrought iron bench in the garden to the left.
An aqua door adds just the right touch of whimsical color, while a spirited puppy welcomes visitors.
This red home was a delight and a surprise.
South facing multi-paned windows ensure bright and airy interiors spaces.
And oh, how I’d love to explore the interior!
Is Victorian more your style? How about this grand old lady?
I wonder how much it would cost to paint her?
Notice the details even on the roof! Gorgeous!
I want to climb up in that turret and read a book.
So many details to take in and savor. She’s a beauty.
Would you live in a lavender house? I would!
This stucco home rounded out the architectural styles of Sycamore’s historic district.
Two-tone windows like this are a feature I’ve always loved.
We’ll return to Sycamore for another photo shoot some day. There are even more lovely homes to share.