Copy the Curb Appeal: Saratoga Springs, New York

HGTV Magazine took a spin through Saratoga Springs to round up eye-catching houses loaded with inspiring ideas.

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Photo By: Elizabeth Pedinotti Haynes

Photo By: Elizabeth Pedinotti Haynes

Photo By: Elizabeth Pedinotti Haynes

Photo By: Elizabeth Pedinotti Haynes

Built in: 2011. Size: 2,814 sq. ft.

“This was the first place we looked at, and it wasn’t even finished when we peeked in. But we loved how welcoming the bungalow style felt — so much so that we called the builder immediately and bought it that day!” say homeowners Mylea and Buzz Aldrich.

Built in: 2013. Size: 2,300 sq. ft.

“We wanted our new build to look at home in our neighborhood, where houses have lots of character. Details like the barn roof in front, the decorative window by the door, and two kinds of siding make it special,” say homeowners Stacey and Andrew Barrick.

Built in: 1885. Bought in: 1980. Size: 1,500 sq. ft.

“The house was white when we bought it. Everyone said, ‘It’s always been white!’ Once we added the red and gold, we got so many compliments, even from people who’ve lived in the neighborhood for decades,” say homeowners  Suzanne and Max Birdsall.

Built in: 1920. Bought in: 2008. Size: 2,015 sq. ft.

“We love that our stucco house is brighter than traditional Tudors, which often have thick wood beams on the front. We fell for its quaint storybook details, like the stone wall and the brick path,” say homeowners Barbara Frank and Rick Guior.

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