the authors favorite old houses

If the author could live in any house in the world, this would be it. It’s a fine Craftsman style bungalow located on a brick street in his hometown. Perhaps someday he’ll win the lottery or something and take up residence here – even though he dislikes his hometown. At the moment, the only occupants seem to be a variety of stray cats and pigeons on the roof (the bumps along the roofline near the chimney).

This Craftsman style home is also in the author’s hometown. From the looks of it, you’d think the town was something special. It’s not. But anyhow, the author said he’d probably be willing to take up residence here too, but it’s occupied. The house is in impeccable order and has the distinction of appearing in a vintage 1916 postcard that the author has in
his collection.

Vaguely reminiscent of “stately Wayne Manor,” the author has always liked this imposing Tudor home. He could envision himself living here, lording over a fiefdom, but he’d have to move back to his hometown. In case you don’t get it, he doesn’t like his hometown.
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