Monday, July 20, 2009

House at pooh corner.

I'm spending the week of July 15th-22nd visiting my Stanford pal Isaac and staying at his place on Blanco @ 9th just around the corner from Waterloo Records, Book People, and The Whole Foods flagship store, while his wife Janine and his daughter Madison are visiting family in the Netherlands.

My upstairs lair above the converted "garage", also known as Janine's home office work, where her famous Jane Austen book is coming to its final fruition.



What the garage was converted into.



The central core of the main 1893 Victorian farmhouse cottage.



Various shots of the house and garage's exteriors. Yes . . . it has a white picket fence.







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