Did you grow up in River Heights? That is, was Nancy Drew an integral part of your life when you were a young girl growing up?
I loved reading Nancy Drew books. I knew her and George and Bess like we were all best friends. I could picture Nancy’s attorney father, Carson Drew, and the housekeeper, Hannah.
And if you were like me, you tried to imagine what Nancy’s house might look like, or at the least, you subconsciously pictured it as you read along in the mystery story.
I’ve found some pretty good houses that might be contenders for THE house. What do you think? Maybe you can narrow the field down to three choices for me, and we’ll go from there. Will you help? You can leave a comment (vote) below in that pale little blue line–
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There are SEVERAL houses with a gambrel roof line—and I guess that’s because I think they are good candidates—. But look them all over and select your top three . . .Here are some more. (Don’t forget #1 that opened this post–) Each will be numbered—and remember that you can enlarge the photos with a click of the mouse.
Go ahead, enlarge the photo—“enter” the house. Would Hannah be in back in the kitchen? Would there be a sense of privacy from the street? Would Nancy’s bedroom be in the front or the back of the house? Imagine them living there—-choose a house.
OK, so far, so good. That’s six of them, with six to go. Do you already have some favorites? Here we go again, you can do it. Then leave a comment below.
Bear in mind that Nancy and her father live IN TOWN, in River Heights, which is probably a small city.