Saturday, May 28, 2011

Encanto Palmcroft

Time for another house in one of our historic neighborhoods. This is from the Encanto-Palmcroft neighborhood. I love the striped awnings on this one.


To my readers: Google/Blogger has still not fixed the problem posting comments. I’ve noticed that I only have problems with comment pages that include the original post. Those with pop-up comment boxes or the comment page with nothing but the comments work okay. With the others, it is not recognizing that I am signed in. Yesterday I noticed that my “Followers” gadget is no longer working and I see that it isn’t working for many of you. I’ve never known blogger to take so long to find a solution. Hopefully things will be back to normal soon.

13 comments:

brattcat said...

This home looks as if it would stay cool even on the hottest days.

Kate said...

I share your frustration re. blogger...seems odd to have such significant problems these past few weeks.

I would have no problems, however, living in this house. I especially like the greenery on the exterior wall, even knowing that perhaps that may not be good for the masonry.

Jack said...

This is a very pretty place. If there is a swimming pool hidden behind the wall, I'm there!

Yes, blogger has been frustrating. I changed my posting to pop-up as a partial cure, but my followers are also no longer following.

Enjoy your weekend!

Regina K said...

I like this house and had forgotten about the palm trees in Phoenix. They are so tall.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

It is unusual to see ivy growing in Phoenix. The green ivy complements the awnings, grass and shrubs very nicely. It has a much cooler look than if this house had desert landscaping.

Birdman said...

I'm struggling a bit too. Oh well, love the awnings too on this building.

Jarart said...

I love this style of home. The vines, railing and awnings add to the look. Nice one!

Magpie said...

I'm amazed at how I can love homes like these with clean, straight lines, but at the same time love Victorians with all their gingerbread. I'm a fickle creature.

glenda said...

Love these historic neighborhoods in Phoenix. When I moved here forty some odd years ago, they were just neighborhoods. Wow!

RedPat said...

I could happily live there - nice one!

Blogger seems to be ignoring all the problems - nothing is mentioned on the status page. And we have all lost our followers!

Jacob said...

This is quintessential Phoenix...lovely home in a very lovely neighborhood. And a nice photo, too!

Blogger is really screwed. I mean, not just one problem, but a bunch. Very frustrating! They never seem to know enough to leave well enough alone!

JM said...

I like this house and the vine on the wall is a very lovely detail.

tracy said...

This is very pretty!