Big Red Brick Colonial House

  1. Janet Eloph says:

    OMG ….. I grew up on Winchester Street….711 Winchester Street to be exact. I ALWAYS loved this home. To me it was the BEST house on the street. It made me sick to see it deteriorate over the years. I couldn’t believe anyone would allow that to happen to such a beauty!! Thank You so much for taking on this project and sharing it with us!!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      I love when people relate to what we are doing. We’ve had several people actually stop and tell us a story about this home. Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. Jeanne says:

    Rich and I are so so so very happy for the both of you…….You have truly made this house a home. It is just amazingly beautiful.

  3. Karen says:

    How lovely, apart from the mess etc, but you definately were given a sign, and now it looks fantastic, chickens and all ????????

  4. Becky Armes says:

    I remember your house on Winchester. We use to live in the same town and was partners with the funeral home just down the alley from you. We lived at 227 South Third, in a little grey Tudor. We loved it and the town. Our old house DOESNT look anything like it did when we owned it. I wanted to pick it up and take it with us when we moved to hometown of James Dean Back in 1998. I really enjoy your post and great ideas you offer. You guys bring a smile every time for sure ????

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awww..thank you so much. And, I remember the name Haggard and Armes. ???? That was years ago, huh.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Which town is this?

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