Crook-ed house ...
isn't it just wonderful with all of those wibbly-wobbly windows!
Not sure just how old this house in Alford is, but you can see that it has undergone many alterations over time.
It is quite something, both inside and out, the interior is often used for magazine photo-shoots.
The current owner is a television actor; we saw him on his hands and knees pointing the bricks on the side of the house - the band across the bottom which looks much lighter than the others.
We often see bus-loads of people taking photographs of the building, so it must be a point of interest on some tours!
It always makes me think of the old nursery rhyme:
There was a crook-ed man and he walked a crook-ed mile
He found a crook-ed sixpence upon a crook-ed style
He bought a crook-ed cat, which caught a crook-ed mouse
And they all lived together in a little crook-ed house
although I believe that the crooked house in the rhyme refers to the English and Scots having come to an agreement about the border between England and Scotland (crooked style) during the reign of Charles I!!