Colonial Connecticut Christmas

(Christmas in Connecticut directed by Peter Godfrey 1945)
There's a famous old film (1945) called Christmas in Connecticut starring Barbara Stanwyck. In it she plays a well known writer pretending to live a bucolic life in an old house in Connecticut where she spends her days cooking for her family and writing her column "Diary of a Housewife". In reality she lives alone in a New York City apartment - and can't even boil an egg. You can imagine the story that ensues when she finds herself in danger of being found out!
Here is my version of Christmas in Connecticut, a collection of charming, antique homes, all ready for the holidays!

Classic 1700s Cape in Holiday Decor! Willington.

Perfect if you're hungry while shoveling!

Victorian Homestead turned Hicks Stern Museum.

A Gift Shoppe sits on Tolland Green

In the "Stick Style", the Underwood House, Tolland.

A simple sled adorns this Antique 1700s Cape.

Even the mailbox is "dressed".

Old Stone Barn, Tolland.

Rustic Colonial

Horse Barn

Classic New England Farmhouse.

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For more Holiday House Tours, join Julia at Hooked on Houses.
I wish everyone a wonderful Holiday!

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