Ghost of times past

We are out and the house is officially sold. Here are some of the photos I took before we got in the car to go to our rental house.

The kitchen without the butcher block island.
The kitchen without the butcher block island.
The study stripped of desks, book cases, chairs, pictures and a lot of miscellany.
The study stripped of desks, book cases, chairs, pictures and a lot of miscellany.
Upstairs bedroom overlooking the street where the girls used to sit on the roof.
Upstairs bedroom overlooking the street where the girls used to sit on the roof.
Small bedroom.
Small bedroom.

 

Upstairs bathroom that we completely remodeled.
Upstairs bathroom that we completely remodeled.
Upstairs hall looking east to the street.
Upstairs hall looking east to the street.
Linen closet upstairs.
Linen closet upstairs.
Master bath that we added when we moved in.
Master bath that we added when we moved in.
18th century tiles I bought in Delft the year we moved in to the house. I love the differences you can see even though they were both made from the same design template.
18th century tiles I bought in Delft the year we moved in to the house. I love the differences you can see even though they were both made from the same design template.
Back stairs leading up.
Back stairs leading up.

Published by winifredcreamer

I am a retired archaeologist and I like to travel, especially to places where you can walk along the shore or watch birds. My husband Jonathan and I travel for more than half the year every year, seeing all the places that we haven't gotten to yet.

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