“The origin of this cottage remains veiled in mystery. Some say once served as a servant’s quarters of a large estate. Other belive it was built by an old sea-captain after he was no longer able to go to sea. Still others believe it was built by Charles Van Riper an author and real estate developer. The main cottage was built in the 1940’s.” Linda Leigh Paul
Sweet alyssum, catnip , deep purple heliotrope and yarrow spill over the path leading the way to the Adirondack chairs place in a companionable circle. Roses clamber over a trellis and add vertical interest as rose standards. An exuberant vine drapes itself from the small balcony off the upstairs bedroom. Can you see that tiny stone pot of yellow pansies on the table? Take a minute to listen to the bees humming and smell all the mingled scents.
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I was trolling through flickr several days ago and came across this
wonderful set of photos on the interior and grounds taken by
lookiloos. She has given me permission to share them with you. Visit
this link to see her delightful shots.
This photo can be purchased at LindaYvonne.imagekind.com/