Thursday, September 20, 2018

Judy's Historic Farm House

After our leisure tea party, we walked across the driveway to Judy's 1907 historic farm house.

The bedroom with the turret is their son's, and there'll be an inside photo showing his woodworking skills on the ceiling.

~ Wrap-around porch ~

Judy's d├ęcor is Mac Kenzie-Childs.  It's so tastefully done, and could easily be featured in a magazine.  Below is the entrance foyer.

Living room fireplace with leaded glass window above mantel.

~ Dining Room ~

~ Sitting Room ~

~ Eating area of the kitchen with teapot lamp.  ~

Love the lattice enclosed windows and garden painted walls.  The ceiling was lattice too.

~ Mac Kenzie-Childs chandelier ~

Even the hardwood floor was painted to look like outdoor garden bricks.

Kitchen stairway to second floor.

Upstairs tour - her son's bedroom.  Notice how he finished the ceiling in the turret.

A beautiful antique tea table was in the guest bedroom.

~ Tom and Judy's bedroom. ~

~  Master Bathroom ~

~ Guest Bathroom ~

After the farmhouse tour we walked back to the tearoom for a group picture.

Then it was time to head home.  Thanks Judy and Cheryl for a wonderful afternoon we'll always remember, and for the vintage crystal keepsake basket.


  1. Oh, what a fascinating home! I love the architectural features from the outside, but the inside is even better! Especially that window over the fireplace, and the garden painted on the walls (and too many other things to list). Thank you for sharing it with us. I know it was a treat to visit Judy and her home.

  2. What a marvelous home and unique kitchen nook. The ceiling in the turret is amazing. Such a fun group and lovely day.

  3. A beautiful home and tea! Wonderful that you can have tea with your traveling tea friends! Happy autumn to you!
    Hugs, Nancy

  4. Thank you for sharing the beautiful home with us, Phyllis, and the cute pic of all of you!


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