A colorful home stands in quite contrast to the plain one next door at Santa Monica Beach, California
Colorful homes in the rural mountains of North Carolina
More than fifty years ago, Delaware native Henry Francis du Pont began welcoming visitors to his childhood home, Winterthur, to see its magnificent gardens and view his amazing collection of decorative arts and architecture. Visitors to Winterthur Museum and Gardens experience a 175 room mansion and will be amazed by the nature and extent of its holdings.
A striking roof on a large home adds color to the marsh at Shem Creek, South Carolina
Bright, colorful homes on the beach at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
A typical, simple home for farmers in remote, rural areas of India
Stately homes on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District of England
Old towns in England still have remnants of tradition. Here is an example of milk being delivered to a home.
Within a short walk from the town center, Dawlish Town Beach is ideal to escape the hustle and bustle of the town. The beach is sandy and is backed by stunning cliffs and colorful homes.
Colorful row homes in pastel colors line the street overlooking Paignton Harbor, England
These homes on Sunset Beach, North Carolina are surrounded by water – Atlantic Ocean on the far side and the Intracoastal Waterway on the near side
Traditional, colonial brick homes grace the streets of Richmond, Virginia and maintain historic links. Even plantation homes are elegant with brick exteriors.
A colorful entrance to a home in a small town in Gujarat, India. Ganesha, the Indian elephant deity, sits on top of the archway.
A colorful run-down home complements the blue, cloud-filled sky
A lonely home with fantastic views is nestled way up in the mountains surrounding Chimney Rock, North Carolina. It must be a challenge to get up there in winter.
A rustic home from the past at Hart Square (A village preserved in its entirety. A ghost town from the 1800s, right here in the hills of Hickory, North Carolina.)
Biltmore House, Asheville NC was the largest private home in the USA for the George Vanderbilt Family