Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
wow, I would love to live there!
I don't think I could afford to live there. It must be expensive.
Wonderful but I imagine it's very expensive!I also love those huge trees!Léia
All I see are dollar signs for maintenance! Wonder if they're getting any bites, especially in this market.
Looks like a lovely house! Maybe a bit too big for me though :-D
Wonderful! Just wonderful!
Isn't it a glory?
I wouldn't mind living in Tallhassee, but sadly our next stop will not be in Florida.
What a lovely home!
Amazing, I would be tempted to ask the price. Never mind, I'm sure I can't afford it anyway!
Well... Decisions, decisions... Let me talk to my wife and my banker, in that order.
I sure would love to have enough money to buy it. It is magnificent. It was nice to see you were back online and on my blog :-))
Oh yes....in my dreams!
Lovely house. But, these days I am going for one level and easy maintenance. But, thanks anyways.
I love southern homes with big porches. Do I see a for sale sign.. hmm... its just a thought.Nice shot , Lois
Wow. Complete with Spanish moss! I guess if I could afford this house, I could also afford maid service. :)
Oh my, Wouldn't that just be loverly. MB
Gorgeous! I hope someone who will take good care of it ends up buying it. Love the moss in the trees!
Well, it looks like a beauty! List price? Sq footage? Bedrooms? Maybe we could be blogging neighbors!
A little too big for just me and my husband, but it sure is handsome!
What a gorgeous place. Nice capture. Darryl and Ruth : )
Looks like a great place for a bed and breakfast!
next door to leon high school.
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