Talking Walls... Because Every House Has a Story

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Mimi Foster, Colorado Springs Real Estate Agent who specializes in Victorian and Vintage homes, has launched a new section on her website called “Talking Walls.” The idea behind “Talking Walls” is to present fascinating tales that each house has to share within its walls. Visit there to read amazing stories about these ageless houses and their owners.

Talking Walls . . . Because Every House Has a Story

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Mimi Foster is a Colorado Springs Real Estate Agent who sell homes in all parts of Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas. She has launched a new section on her website called “Talking Walls,” http://www.realtycosprings.com/talking-walls. The purpose is to take you on a journey to the past by chronicling fascinating stories about Vintage homes and their owners.

Mimi Foster specializes in Victorian and Vintage homes in Downtown Colorado Springs. For over a decade, she and her husband restored homes in the Colorado College area. During that time, they often wondered at the stories that these enduring homes would tell, the history they had seen, if only they could talk.

After restoring a variety of these Downtown Colorado Springs homes, they discovered that the walls do, in fact, talk at times. On many occasions they have taken out walls and found that the pipes were wrapped in newspapers from the early 1900’s – well preserved in the lathe and plaster. Mimi and her husband Dave have torn out walls and found hundred-year-old toys, shoes, musical instruments, household utensils, walking sticks, and various props that transport you to another day, another lifetime.

To share her vast and amazing experience, she has launched a new section on her website – “Talking Walls... Because Every House Has a Story.” This is also a platform where proud owners can recount the stories that they know about their homes, no matter how old the house may be.

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