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Meet the mountains.

Around two months ago, my parents bought a house along the Delaware River on the Pennsylvania and New York state border. Much like my current home, it’s a fixer-upper, only much more so. It has loads of potential and is situated on breathtaking land. My parents got this house so our whole family could spend more time together, whether we’re hiking, kayaking or just relaxing by the fire. We’ve been there as many weekends as possible to work on the house. Expect lots of design and renovation projects from this place, but for now, here’s an introduction.

Pond, railroad tracks and trees

{view from the second floor family room}

Leaves in the gutter

{gutters in need of cleaning}

No trespassing sign

{one of the many No Trespassing signs on the property}

Railroad ties

{railroad relics}

Moss on tree trunks

{mossy trees}

Grassy driveway

{driveway to the back of the house}

Small town cemetery

{graveyard adjacent}


Diners Club sign

{years ago, the house operated as a restaurant}

Stone walls

{stone walls are all over the property}

Delaware River

{delaware river}

Have a wonderful weekend.

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  1. These are great pictures. I see what you mean by a fixer-upper but I think that it is going to look amazing with a little work, beneath the clean up work needed it already looks so beautiful.

    May 13, 2013
    • Thank you! I am so excited to work with my family and get some of the more design related projects underway. Right now, those pesky “necessities” like hot water and windows are on the top of the list. 🙂

      May 13, 2013

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