Candy Colored Easter EGG House Hunt
Easter Egg house hunt for candy-colored houses. This is a fun collection of pretty houses from across the land. They are a delightful Easter Parade of houses. I did an Easter Parade of Homes a few years ago that is fun to see as well.
My Easter basket of houses are a delicious gathering of house exterior candy-colors to feast your eyes upon. Some are so sweet I wish I could eat them. Calorie-free, guilt-free so no harm in looking.
Today’s hippity-hop house hunt includes: A pink beach house in Bermuda. One pink Mermaid Cottage. Two purple Victorian ladies. A turquoise cottage. A blue two-story. One yellow Bungalow.
Easter egg house hunt #1 – Atlanta, Georgia $275,000 Built in 1920
Two bedrooms, Two Bathrooms. This Historic cottage has been renovated and updated. Move-in ready New kitchen and hardwood floors throughout.
Easter egg house hunt #2 – Wheaton, Illinois $499,900 Built in 1987
Four bedrooms, Three full and one partial bathrooms Finished basement, Game Room, Rec area Stamped concrete Beautiful 2 story in prestigious Stonehedge.
Easter egg house hunt #3 – St. George Parish, Bermuda $5,800,000
Estate and Town Homes at Tucker’s Point
Swimming pool, Pool house, Guest House
Three Bedrooms, Two Fireplaces
View of the water
Easter egg house hunt #4 – Tybee Island, Georgia Built in 1921
Old Love Cottage is a Mermaid Cottage vacation rental unit
Classic 1920’s beach cottage
Exactly 99 1/2 steps to the beach
Tin roof, white picket fence
Perfect romantic getaway for a couple
Easter egg house hunt #5 – Earlville, New York $99,900 Purple Victorian Built in 1890
On an over-sized lot in the heart of a quaint upstate town
Five Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms
Two kitchens on the 2nd floor to easily convert to two-family home
Easter egg house hunt #6 – Parsippany, New Jersey $349,000 Built in 1890
Located in the Historic Tabor Community where you step back in time
Original 1890 floors, stained glass
Private roof with deck off master bedroom
Easter egg house hunt #7 Portland,Oregon Bungalow $480,000 Built in 1914
Three bedrooms, three bathrooms
Huge front porch
Rare open flow layout
Master bedroom on main floor. Office with skylights
Tons of storage
If these candy-colored houses have you thinking about Easter and bunnies, hop over to see The Beatrix Potter’s House.
Easter is one of my favorite holidays and it’s only a few weeks away!
Have the most wonderful day,
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