Sunday, December 9, 2012

Spanish Style Homes

It seems there are many who enjoy to scrolling through Spanish style homes just as much as I do. So in this post I share with you a collection of Spanish style homes, gardens and all its charm.  I will be adding more photos as I find them. Enjoy.

These first seven photos I took in a community in San Diego, CA called Mission Hills. If you are visiting San Diego, this neighborhood is worth a drive to view charming, classic Spanish style homes. The adjacent park is Presidio Park, which will give you a taste of some Spanish style and a bit of history.

is that a clown in the window???

These next photos I took from around my neighborhood. It is an community in San Diego called Kensington.

This is one of my favorites in the neighborhood. It went up for sale about a year ago and I went to the open house. It needed a lot of work on the inside, but the bones were really good bones. And yes, it is painted pink:

These next seven photos are from an estate built in 1925 in Alta Dena, California. I found these photos on 1 Kind Design:
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photo from Design Sponge
photo from SDLookup
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Tile staircases are are an enchanting feature of the Spanish style:

photo from Apartment Therapy
Home design pins
photo from Hooked on houses

photo from Bell Atelier
Ohhh, the courtyards...
photo from Jennifer Juniper Mom

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Photo for sale on Etsy by photosbyclaudia
photo from Toy Nuts

Some places to visit and explore...

Casa Del Herrero in Montecito, CA

Canary Hotel in Santa Barbara

La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs

Hope you enjoyed, and if you have photos or places to share, please send them my way!


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