Cul-de-sac Shack is dedicated to all things mid-century. From my house, to interesting things I find, all will be shared here!
Follow along as I restore my small Ranch House to it's 1958 glory!
Some Legal Stuff
All photos, text and other materials on this blog are copyright to me, unless otherwise noted. Please respect this. If you are interested in using some of my material for your own blog or other use, please ask me first to clear your use of the materials and receive written permission. Thank you.
As a follow-up to my post earlier today, here is a photo of the historic (haunted looking) house shortly after it was built, and before the exterior was modified to try to update it to the more popular Craftsman / Prairie style of the early 1900s. Wasn't she a beautiful old thing? They completely modified the roofline when they attempted to update it. I think what they did just looks botched, but oh well.
Here's another photo of what she looks like today, better showing her dilapidated condition:
Here is a link to a Facebook photo album that has 20 more photos of the Victorian house I featured earlier today (mostly interior) so that you can appreciate what it once was, and what it could be once again.
And yes, she really is available for only $30,000.
And now, for another question. Would you like me to post more historic homes like this? I have a source to get historic photos of the houses as well as posting photos of the houses today (the ones that are still standing, that is).