Originally, Huntsville was called the Town of Twickenham. Therefore, the Twickenham District is located in the oldest part of Huntsville. The architectural variety and the history of the area makes it a fun place to visit.
There is no parking allowed in front of this building, but apparently it’s okay to park inside the building.
Some people may think this looks like an average walkway in front of a building, but I see more than just a mundane building or walkway. I see symmetrical archways, color contrasting bricks, and mortar in perfectly straight lines. I see a work of art.
I like walking around the downtown area and looking at the old houses. A few of the houses have been standing for over 100 years.
I wonder about the people that lived in the house when it was sparkling and new. Did they have fancy parties? Was there a beautiful horse and buggy that would roll up to the front door?
How many families have called this place home over the years? Did anyone ever die in that house? Was anyone ever murdered in that house?
What secrets does the house know?
Does anyone else think about such things? Maybe it’s just me. Maybe I’m just weird.