These photos were taken during my visit with my sister at the end of August in Farmington, Michigan. Farmington was originally founded by Arthur Power from New York in 1824. There are many older homes in the little town in the middle of a large metropolitan area. One section is designated the Historic District with many Victorian Beauties.
Today’s home won an award from the city several years ago for the restoration and beautification.
Wouldn’t you like to sit on the porch? It looks so inviting.
Have a wonderful day.
17 thoughts to “Victorian Beauty in The Historic District, Farmington, Michigan”
There’s unexpected beauty to be found in every season….thank you!
Would love to visit that house! So homey!
yes, I love the porch
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The porch is lovely!
Those pics are very beautiful.
I love Victorian houses and especially like any home with a wrap-around porch.
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A beautiful and well preserved home with a welcoming front door and porch!
A place that I would like to call home! Our area has many Victorian homes and I’ve always enjoy the various styles of the period. Thanks Carol for visiting this week, I hope to see you again soon.
Love those old homes — and thinking of the contrast between there and your home state — so fun to have both. I also loved the crape myrtle at your Florida home in the post below.
It is a beautiful and welcoming home. My husband is originally from MI. We live in GA now.
It looks so well groomed and yet welcoming. Love the rockers.
A beautiful house, looks very homey with a lovely porch area and garden in front.
It is a beautiful house, a lovely photo.
I can see why it won so many awards. This house is just so homey & lovely!
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