Thursday, June 28, 2007

There goes the neighborhood (5)

To finish up our (controversial!) home series, I'm presenting a typical backyard landscape. What's unusual is this children's playhouse, next to the caged lanai.

The family enjoys both the golf course and the lake views.

And yes, that's a cormorant in flight...

16 comments:

Victoria said...

I'd love to look out at that view from my window everyday. Just stunning.

Kuanyin said...

Nice neighborhood!

richard said...

Is that the kids house on the right, or is it the real one? Not sure how up-market we've got!

Kate said...

Surfed backwards to see the photos I've missed. Somewhat palatial residences, I'd say!

Zsolt said...

and are there crocodiles in the lake? If yes...then I dont need this house:)

Olivier said...

bien vu ce cormoran en plein vol, tu l'as paye pour qu'il soit là au bon momement ;o) encore une belle residence de reve.

well considering this cormorant in full flight, you have it pay so that it is there with the good momement ;O) still a beautiful residence of dream.

zannnie said...

i like this serene view... ;)

p.s. that photos is definitely not transylvania

Peter said...

Well, generally speaking I believe I prefer the backyards: a little less "show off"?

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like this one. Interesting. Sort of reminds me of where Perry Como used to live.

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Jilly said...

Beautiful setting. As always, a superb photograph. Love the cormorant.

Nikon said...

I like this view - as Peter said, the backyards are more interesting.
I seem to see a white splash in the lake - Al?

Frank said...

I am glad you keep those lanai in cages - especially so close to the children. Do they ever escape? The lanai in mean, not the children :-)

Sonia said...

Beautiful place! Love those homes series, thanks for sharing!

JAM said...

These folks have a nice, big yard too. Noisy neighbors wouldn' bother them very much.

Lavenderlady said...

it's beautiful home. I am sure they enjoy their time at home...I surely would.

GMG said...

Hi Isabella, back to the visits and what do I see: no aligators, and even some clouds... ;).
Just to compare, I made a link to your blog on my last post on Blogtrotter, where you may find at least two �homes� that may stand the comparison with your series... Enjoy!