Tuesday, July 20, 2010

More of Head House

Today I thought I would share some pictures of the property
that my new store is located.
Historic Middletown offers many historic properties along Main Street.

On the property of the Head House there are several out buildings.

Including the old livery, which now houses a gun shop.

This is the back of the building. I love those lanterns.

This is the first barber shop in Middletown, which is no available for lease.

There are several water garden features . . .

and places to stop and sit a spell . . .

And more landscaping and ironwork features to view.
This was the first doctor's office, where Dr. Witherbee practiced,
while living in Head House. I think his name sounds like
a character from a Jane Austen novel.

The shop on the first floor has a great selection of garden items.

Here's the front corner of the building (hey I found where the trash goes)

And finally a lovely gazebo and water garden
at the front right -side of the house.

Here's the gazebo as you walk up from
the parking lot along side the house.

Even decorative finals adorn the creekstone wall entry to the house.
I am getting very excited for my August 7th open date!
Today I'm joining Outdoor Wednesday.


  1. What a great area to have your shop in. It's very cute and relaxing.

  2. I just love these places. There are so many out there that most of us would never get to see if it were not for the bloggers.

  3. A unique property-customers should love shopping there!

  4. What a great tour of a Kentucky town...I just love to see photos of Kentucky..I'm in the Tennessee Smokies and we say that one day we want to drive across the state of Kentucky to hit all of the great shops.

    I'm visiting for Outdoor Wednesday...would love for you to come by for a visit.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Stephanie ♥