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Asheville, North Carolina | An awesome mix of Southern charm and hippie creativeness, Asheville has tons to offer: beautiful mountains, trails, and swimming holes, and a charming downtown with musicians, local shops, and lots of amazing food!

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Can you imagine how awesome it would feel to hike this and see the gorgeous sunset live?

Awesome idea to close off a dining room if needed.... Glass barn doors...Gives charm and a rustic feel to any home, love being able to separate rooms, but open them completely as if doors didn't exist whenever you want!

dining room to hallway door to block living room noise a bit? Industrial chic barn style sliding doors with rippled glass panes allow privacy but still allow light to filter through.

This petite bedroom overflows with character and charm! http://www.bhg.com/decorating/decorating-photos/bedroom/charming-space/?socsrc=bhgpin021115charmingspace&bedroom

A tiny bedroom. An iron bed beckons guests to snuggle under a generous bounty of mismatched linens, including a duvet fashioned from vintage woodland fabric. Buffalo-check lampshades and embroidered pillows add texture to the wood-clad bedroom.

What I wouldn't do for a house with a porch and a live oak in the yard.

South Carolina Homes.I could just envision me drinking coffee on that porch in the morning.

Ponte Rialto and gondola, Venice                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Venice, Ponte Rialto Bridge A superb feat of engineering, Antonio da Ponte’s 1592 Istrian stone span took 3 years to construct. Adorned with stone reliefs depicting St Mark, St Theodore and the Annunciation, the bridge crosses the Grand Canal at its nar

adorable stone house...just love it!  With beautiful fieldstone like this, the house has to be in Pennsylvania.

I love this home! I love the stone, the shutter color, the porches, and front yard!

Love the style of this window with the curve on top and the shudders cut to fit. Love the window box as well! cb

Like Living In a Novel

"This home is built in the French Normandy style of architecture. French Normandy architecture came into popularity right after the end of the first World War. It gets its inspiration from the grand French chateaus".

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