The Colors of Bramwell

I am not sure who is in charge of this charming town, but someone has an eye.

This place has color as well as class.

The first colorful house that caught my eye was blue.

I learned later its name is The Goodwill House after the coalmine owner that had it built.

The third floor has a ballroom.

The Collins House is a lovely mix of butter and olive.

The tallest peak in town is a soothing green. This belongs to the Cooper House.

It has a lovely gated entrance.

Its lawn has two matching fish ponds with frog fountains.

I stuck my camera through a hedge for this shot.

There was even a purple house!

Now that’s my kind of town!

Later we found a brochure for a tour.

If you want to visit beautiful Bramwell, here is the contact information.


6 thoughts on “The Colors of Bramwell

  1. These houses look as though they were built about the same time as similar houses along the Millionaires’ Row in Hannibal, Missouri. Are any of these bed and breakfasts now? A couple in Hannibal had been converted for that use.


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