Today’s No-Waffle: Carriage Houses

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I snapped these pictures of carriage houses a few months back on a trip to Cambridge, MA.  As their name implies, carriage houses were the structures — some quite beautiful — used to house horse drawn carriages.  Modernized and renovated, many carriage houses are now the place where people call home.

Here’s one of my favorites.

The house to the right is where the family who owned the carriage house lived.

I love the arched wood door.

This one has been given quite the modern exterior.

I wonder how many carriages could fit in this one…

Have you ever been inside a converted carriage house? Would you like to live in one of the ones above?

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4 responses

  1. I love carriage doors! So beautiful. My favorite was the arched one! Wow.

  2. Definitely a no-waffle. Carriage houses are beautiful and so representative of everything good about East Coast architecture.

  3. Love these! Absolutely gorgeous!

    This is something I’ve never seen in Seattle. I’d love the chance to get inside one of these converted carriage houses and look around!