Let's start with the neighborhood...this one will do nicely. Looks like a fairytale setting to me. The cathedral reminds me of a castle in the countryside.
Our storybook home should definitely be nestled down in a beautiful, wooded village. Of course, it would have a tower room, complete with turret.
Our fairytale home would be surrounded by a beautiful stone wall with a gate depicting an enchanted forest.
As you entered through the enchanted forest gate, you would be greeted by Mr. Frog. He will try his best to convince you that a kiss will turn him back into the prince he once was. Beware of the frog. ;-)
Our fairytale home will be well protected by a moat filled with man-eating crocodiles. If crocodiles aren't available, goldfish will do. Do you think there's a troll living under the drawbridge? ;-)
If you made it across the moat, you might find a cottage with whimsically designed shutters and window boxes filled to overflowing.
The front door to our storybook house would most certainly be arched...and the most beautiful shade of passionate purple.
There would be a secret garden surrounding our storybook house. You will have to know the secret password to get past the guard. Rumor has it he can be bribed with tuna. ;-)
Once in the garden, you'll find beautiful spires of lavender Foxglove, also known as Fairy Caps, Fairy Thimbles and Fairy Gloves.
Every fairytale cottage needs a fairytale guest house. This one is so lovely both inside and out, the guest will be spellbound and will not want to leave.