My Latest Endeavor - Historical-Home.com


Hello out there! How are you all?! I've been spotty at best when it comes to posting lately, but I've been busy putting together my new blog/website in an effort to make a little online $$ and mentally escape from my actual job - you know, the one that supplies me with a paycheck. I've started a Real Estate Listing site that specializes in Historic Homes and Antique Properties and is regional to New England - Connecticut in particular. I've gotten tons of traffic and interest (partially thanks to Craigslist) and as soon as I get my Pay Pal online I expect to be up and running and actually making some money for my efforts...imagine! An added bonus has been all the people who have contacted me, including a PR firm that represents the local Tourism district. They would like to accommodate me at area Bed & Breakfasts and Restaurants in return for me doing a post. Sounds like a fair trade, no? I also have a story in the works on a local firm that recently restoresd an old 1700s house, saving it from the wreaking ball. They've sent me lots of fab before and after pics! Consequently my listing site is morphing into an online magazine for Old House enthusiasts!
I do miss visiting all of you, but promise to pop in soon. Below is a sampling of some of the homes that are listing on my site. I do love an Antique!
The James Ingalls Tavern
c. 1704 Pomfret, Connecticut

The Thomas Goodrich Homestead
c. 1719 Antique Cape in Glastonbury, Connecticut

Rosebush Farm, Woodbury, Connecticut
c. 1795 Colonial

The E.D. Rockwell Housec. 1870 Italianate
on Federal Hill in Bristol, Connecticut


The Phillip Chapin House
c. 1866 Italianate Victorian, New Hartford, Connecticut


Want a to take a peek?

www.historical-home.com

3 comments:

A World in a PAN said...

Good luck in your new endeavor!

Lydee said...

good luck! looks good so far.

twoladiesinwaiting.com said...

Great! Good for you!

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