Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

This sweet home in my neighborhood has been on the market for several months.   
 I’ve never been inside the home, but the woman who lived here was lovely. She moved into Tallahassee to care for her three grandchildren after their mother, her daughter, passed away. 

Wouldn’t this gazebo be a cozy spot to sit with a good book on a fall afternoon?  
 
The large, well-tended yard has a variety of beautiful mature trees.  
  
There’s even a small garden plot in back as well as a storage shed. The lake isn’t visible in this photo, but it’s beyond the trees on the left. 
 When Miss Sandy lived there the yard always boasted a profusion of flowers in hanging baskets.

  
Now there are just the flowers in the trees. I’m not sure what this one is. It’s pink. That’s the extent of my knowledge.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

16 thoughts on “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”

      1. A house near us was recently sold – we were thrilled the old neighbors were gone, but worried about the character of the new one. We lucked out & hope you do, too.

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    1. Our neighborhood is great for retirees. Our school district isn’t the greatest, so the few kids who live out here go to expensive private schools. I know that’s why the house hasn’t yet sold.

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  1. If I were looking to relocate (which I’m not), I’m afraid the very real possibility of TrumpSA has me rethinking even the concept of visiting south of the border.

    I wish you wonderful neighbours! Until you’ve had bad neighbours, you can’t possible value them enough.

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