Today I present to you a short photoblog post about a town called Davidson, North Carolina.

Just while taking a stroll and admiring the beauty and history of this old Davidson College, land makes you want to take pictures.

Grounds close to Davidson College. Feels like the yellow brick road though it’s not yellow 🙂

I love the theatrical, tall windows of this impressive building.

Davidson College track field.

More column/cloister-like building features. I love it! I think this could be an amazing photoshoot scenery.

Art. Possibly a bench. Or not.

Magdalena Abakanowicz. An artist from Poland; born before WWII.

The Polish artist’ sculptures. Not sure why they are headless. 

Stunning Davidson College grounds. As you can see, more columns.

This bench might be old. However, the heart embedded accent is what captured my attention. 

Don’t you love the windows and shutters of this house? Very English.

Charming Davidson street lined with small shops and restaurants. Notice the red brick sidewalk. Nice touch!

This bike is on my list of things to buy so that I can decorate it with a basket full of flowers, and never ride it. 

Various storefronts line the small streets of Davidson. Love the yellow and green doors.

A crazy person, NOT afraid of heights, flying in the clouds. Wow!!!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this short photo-report. If you are planning on moving to the Charlotte, NC area and are interested in seeing some great classic homes in a historic neighborhood – give me a call. I would love to be a part of your journey to finding that special home. Besides, if you like all things classic and you love walking around the streets while sipping your weekend coffee, or grabbing ice cream with the kids or simply sitting outside and people watching – you will love this little town called Davidson, North Carolina. 


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Photos: Joanna Sobjanek for Caramel Chic 

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