Yesterday we brought you a Summerfield house with ties to Greensboro writer O. Henry. GDP readers refered to the dilapadted Saunders Inn as historical and painterly.
Today, we head closer to town and feature an artistic house on Spring Garden Street. The above humble home does not likely come with an equally impressive pedigree as the Saunders Inn; however, it does provide a window into how the artistically-inclined live among us. Not having talked to the tennants, we are left with more questions than answers for you. We wonder how they decide what artifacts make it to the front porch, how the colors are selected, if there is a theme, and if more will get added. If we ever drive by and see anyone sitting on those sweet red chairs on the front porch, we'll wander over and ask them. The house is located close to Lindley Park between Holden Road and Elam Avenue. Admiring the house from a distance, it becomes patently clear that the residents value symmetry and that the house is well loved. May we all stand back and breathe in their playful enthusiasm. We leave you, today, with a closeup of the "artifacts."