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January 4, 2012

The Little House, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia


This small house may have been an office for a nearby business or one really cute in-law quarters.

9 comments:

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Cozy little house!

Jo said...

Mmm, that is a really neat little house. Greetings, Jo

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

I vote for office or shop. Jim

Massimo said...

simpatica ! means simpatetich... or something like that !
ciao

Theanne said...

This made me think of the photograph I've got somewhere on a CD of the "necessary house" at Thomas Jefferson's home in Lynchburg! Your photo looks the size house I need, small and functional!

Queenie Believe said...

Soooo cute! The roof line really makes it extra special.
Have a great day,
Always, Queenie

ros@dimaggio63 said...

Oh, questa piccola casa è così graziosa !!
E' abitata da qualcuno ?
Myriam :))

Kate said...

Charming and cozy.

Lydia said...

CW refers to this building as the Tayloe Office. Most recently it has been suggested that it is a Folly, a building that is created more for the sheer whimsy of design rather than for shelter or work. Its owner John Tayloe II may have used this as a man-cave; a place to get away from the wife, kids, and household slaves. Here he could enjoy a glass of Madera while chatting with his friends during the public times.

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