I have run through most of the doors from my doorscursion into Suffield, CT. I still have lots of locations left, but I don’t know much about them. So, I give you a gallery of interesting looking buildings and doors that I wish I new more about. What I do know is in the captions.
This post is part of Norm Frampton’s weekly blogfest known as Thursday Doors. It’s a super fun weekly gathering of door lovers from around the world. It begins with perhaps the biggest fan of all things door, Norm himself. Visit Norm’s place. Check out his doors and enjoy doors from many other cities and countries.
So much to love about this house. Imagine writing your next blog post in that uppermost room.
I’m guessing the progression on this house was a sun room incorporating part of the porch and then the upstairs of the sun room.
A lot of the houses in the historic district have replaced the original roof with metal. I think this shows a general leniency within the historic districts. It would be hard to get permission to do that in some area districts.
Almost ordinary houses. This historic district is very diverse with respect to the style of houses within the boundaries.
Plain and simple, but the porch puts it in the winner’s circle.
It’s hard to tell which side is the front of this house. I have another view for you.
I love the large overhang and the porches.
This New England, simple, but putting all the space to good use.
An interesting cottage. I think we are well outside the historic district, but I think this place has lots of potential.
Another long, narrow house. This one is from 1849.
I think this is a commercial building. I’m not sure if it was built to emulate the style, or if it was renovated and expanded.
I love those windows!
I included this building since it housed the bank that loaned us the money to open our cabinet shop.