June 14, 2010

Make The Best Of That Lovely House

Auch dieses Haus hat mir im Prinzip gut gefallen. Auf dem Weg von Heslach nach Vaihingen steht es. Nimmt man die Werbung weg, erneuert man das Holz und verschönert man alles mit Blumen, könnte dieses Haus ein wahrer Augenschmaus sein.
I've realized this lovely building at a walk from Heslach to Vaihingen. If the owner would remove the advertisement, if he would restore the wooden elements and add some flowers for decoration - this building could be an eye's delight.

12 comments:

Bruce Caspersonn said...

Yes you are right, Steffen. It has immense possibilities.

Hilda said...

True. But I'm just grateful it was never demolished.

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√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Is it an old schoolhouse?

lewi14 said...

Thank you for your comments.
@Abe: I don't know, but it could be. It looks like an old schoolhouse. There are no informations about this building. Sorry!

Rebecca said...

It is an eye's delight if you ignore the sign. I can imagine how beautiful it would be if he followed your advice.

Halcyon said...

Even just removing the advertisement would be a big improvement.

Jørgen Carlsen said...

Oh, yes that building is Augenschmaus, in danish øjesmovs. But the PR must be taken away...

Jacob said...

Maybe the owner is compensated for the ads and that's the way he's paying for the house. The ad does rather detract from it's glory, though.

Re the Goethe State Forest: In 1992 the State of Florida bought the land from J. T. Goethe and thus named the forest for him. Perhaps that was part of the deal?

ρομπερτ said...

Ein Versprechen in Vorbereitung. Einen schönen Dienstag dir.

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Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Great building and photo. It's always fun to look and old buildings and imagine.

Darryl and Ruth : )

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

It is a lovely old building - I can imagine in its former glory, ladies leaning out of the dormer windows for some sun. Pity about the yellow ad wrap, it does stand out like a sore thumb, but that's what the owner has in mind. At least it hasn't been knocked down to make way for a modern building.
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