When one thinks of Thanksgiving, New England naturally comes to mind. That is, after all, where it started. And it's where it looks like Thanksgiving pretty much all year. Here are four homes, selected by Country Living in 2014, that exude the holiday. They are all in the colonies, three in New England, one in Pennsylvania.
No, it's not a dollhouse, but it sure looks like one! Dating back to ca. 1749, the Charles S. Wilcomb House was used as both a tavern and a meeting house at various points in its 268-year history. If Thanksgiving brings with it a blanket of snow, you can cozy up in front of the cookstove or one of seven historical fireplaces inside.