Happy Summer! I hope yours is going smoothly and that you’re enjoying the sun without getting toooooo hot. I know it’s been a bit hotter than usual, which does make it harder for those without air conditioning. That’s especially true for old vintage homes that may not have updated thicker insulation in them, isn’t it? Of course fans do help. (Don’t you like this cool vintage fan from Vornado?) But they don’t drop the temperatures that much.
In case your home is feeling a bit hotter than you’d like and you’re thinking of upgrading to another lovely old vintage home that has air conditioning in it, here’s a link to help you with that – just click here.
Historic Old Church Building
Speaking of old homes…which makes me think of vintage buildings…reminded me that I wanted to share this photo I shot of one set of doors in a particularly lovely old historic church I visited a while back. Can you see the windows above the door? Aren’t they lovely?
This whole area has so many great old, vintage, and often historic homes and buildings. I loved the many vintage buildings and homes I used to see as I drove around the area.
Social Media Resources for Vintage & Old Homes
By the way, did you notice the changes I made in the right side column. Now you can easily find my Facebook posts along with my Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram posts. I update each of those regularly, just about every day. So do check back daily for the latest information, resources, and ideas to help us all with our old and vintage homes and real estate needs.
Have a great summer!
P.S. A quick question for you. Are you, or someone you know, looking to buy or sell your home or other real estate property? I’d love to help you with your real estate needs. Just “Call Kaye” at 657-229-KAYE , email me at Kaye@KayeSwain.com, or CLICK HERE to get my free real estate app that will help you search the mls for old vintage homes for sale or get an idea of prices in your “neck of the woods.”