I mentioned that I found a great art gallery in Greenville, Alabama, last week.
I wanted to share a few of the pretty and historic homes I saw as I buzzed through this cute town off I-65, on my way to Foley. This is the Butler County courthouse....
The copper dome is a replacement, courtesy of Hurricane Opal in 1995.
This cute Greek Revival caught my eye...
As did this one...
This Gothic Revival is captivating. I love the overgrown bushes begging to be cut. Keeps it mysterious.
I also like the telephone wires. I know, that is crazy. But, they aren't all that common, anymore - only in older neighborhoods. We have overhead power lines in our historic neighborhood and I'll admit I am not so fond of them when we have storms and lose our power.
This Greek Revival is next door to that Gothic Revival. Do you see the old-fashioned traffic light?
I should have zoomed in on those gorgeous camellia bushes blooming along the left of the front walk. However, the sun was setting and this was a busy intersection and it was actually quite chilly. So, -not enough patience.
This is the side view of that house. Cute profile.
Another Greek Revival...
Greenville also has it's share of Victorian architecture, but I tend to favor the older homes, so I arrived home with no photos of other styles.
And I captured these last two from the car at 40 mph...
Love that side addition.
And that is your tour of Greenville, Alabama!