Gallery - Winchester Mystery House
View photos of the Winchester Mystery House before you plan your visit. Come see this beautiful but bizarre home.
c. 1899 Victorian: Queen Anne in Brenham, Texas
The Ross-Carroll home is one of the most interesting homes you will see. Built in 1899 by Mary (Dwyer) Ross on land inherited from her father, Thomas Dwyer. Matilda (Ross) Carroll inherited the house in 1941 and it remained in the family until 1970 when the Bennett family purchased the home. Steeped in history, this home is significant to the Brenham area. This is an architectural masterpiece with features that are rare. Queen Anne Victorian style house features ornamentation in its…
The Cream Can diary café, Los Angeles, California, 1928
I couldn’t find out where the Cream Can was located other than it was somewhere in Los Angeles. This photo was taken in 1928, when L.A. was still fairly sparsely populated, so it’s fairly likely that this miraculous building really stood out. From what I can see, it served all things dairy: ice cream, buttermilk, cottage cheese, milkshakes. I have another photo that shows a sign that it also sold orange juice and root beer.
The Awesome Mitten - The Whitney
For the Spring 2013 Detroit Restaurant Week , The Whitney, Detroit's most iconic fine dining restaurant, shares a culinary selection that can't be missed.
We Have A Winner!
The restored cast iron cresting included this widow's walk atop the gatekeeper's residence.
What Style Is Your House? The 10 Most Popular House Styles Explained
Having trouble explaining exactly what you want in a new home or remodel? #curbappeal
A Look Inside the Winchester Mystery House
The Winchester Mystery House is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Silicon Valley. See photos and find ticket, hours and tour information.
Gingerbread Mansion , Ferndale California 1898
One of many beautiful Houses in Ferndale California, a few miles south of Eureka Ca.