Arrrr, it’s The Pirate House of Celebration, Florida!

I have driven by this house for a month now, watching Neil Motti with Tri County Maintenance turn the home of Kim Hawk into this spooky pirate-filled masterpiece.  This is an annual tradition here in Celebration and just one of the many homes that go all out for holiday decor. If you are able to drive through the neighborhood (preferably before the trick-or-treating starts because traffic will be insane once 5pm hits!) be sure you check out all the neighborhoods. I’ve heard there is a house that does music synched to lights like the Halloween light show videos I posted last week, and I know of quite a few spooky residences I’ve driven by. One street got together and did themed scarecrow-like characters all paying homage to spooky or horror movies throughout the years. I thought that was brilliant and such a show of neighborly spirit around Celebration. I know I consider myself extremely lucky to count myself among Celebration’s residents and wanted to share a bit of the experience here: (click to enlarge)

Pirate House of Celebration

From crows nest to poop deck, no detail is left out!

 

Pirate House of Celebration

Is it a house, or a ship?

Pirate House of Celebration

I love the figurehead details!

 

Pirate House of Celebration

Some of the skeleton crew...

 

Pirate House of Celebration

Ye Be Warn!

 

Pirate House of Celebration

Spanish Moss makes for a perfect Halloween decoration - we used it at our own house too!

 

Pirate House of Celebration

Love this cannonball damage!

 

 

Pirate House of Celebration

The edge of the ship has some stowaways!

 

Pirate House of Celebration

I think these lanterns are my favorite detail, they look so authentic at night!

 

Happy Halloween





About Suzannah Mitchell

Boston girl living and blogging in Walt Disney World's backyard. Mom of 3, coffee addict, oh and Princess of course!