With all the scary stuff going on in the world, how about a little mindless house-candy?
This sparkling jewel in Medford, Oregon is astonishing. I say that because my eyeballs about popped out of their sockets when I saw the photos.
It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Shone-Charley House, but more lovingly referred to as Waverly Cottage.
The cottage is currently used as a Bed & Breakfast but it is also for sale for $349,000.
Dating back to 1898, this Victorian has been restored within an inch of its life. Gutted, replastered, new foundation, heating, plumbing, electrical, windows, roof, gutters, paint; you name it, she’s had the work done.
And as you can see, she is all decked out in period antiques!
Check out the kitchen with replica fixtures:
It’s all so perfect… except for the box of Special K in the center. But we’ll look past that detail. (Kellogg’s was around back then, right?)
House Crazy Sarah could just wander around this house all day and not get bored.
This lovely abode is on the small side: two bedrooms and one bathroom in 1,012 square feet.
But charming and elegant from head to toe.
Two features to note in the backyard…
- A $70,000 custom-made rod iron fence:
2. A replica 2 story carriage house which has an apartment upstairs:
ps… wondering what the difference is between a rod iron fence and a wrought iron fence? Read here.