Next, it’s on to Halloween village houses. Borrowed from the Christmas village house tradition, these have a rather haunted twist. After all, companies need to make money all year round. While many people go all out on Halloween. So it makes good business sense. Nonetheless, many prefer to make their own haunted houses in black and orange. Some might contain skeletons and candy corn covered trees. Some might have jack-o’-lanterns, trick-or-treaters, and other ghoulish monsters. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of Halloween village houses. Enjoy if you dare.
- You might pass by this house covered in vines.
Though it doesn’t seem decrepit at all. Since it’s in bright pink and orange.
2. A haunted house always needs bare-limbed trees nearby.
These trees are made out of wire and burlap. The house seems like it’s made out of stone.
3. Bats always want a little bright orange now and then.
There are even orange window frames. But you can’t come in because the house is boarded up.
4. You’ll never know what’s lurking inside this house.
This place is quite colorful for a haunted house. But you can see some ghosts inside.
5. What’s not haunted goes full steampunk.
A mad scientists might live here. Given the house’s large telescope and wheels.
6. A black house makes for a bat utopia.
The windows are lined in yellow. Yet, some are still boarded up. But bats will love it all the same.
7. A house can be scary even during the day time.
This one has a lighter color shade. Yet, the shutters look like they’re about to fall off.
8. Haunted houses can always be quite fancy.
Well, many of them are in the Victorian style. But these have walls of rather intricate patterns.
9. Sometimes a plain black house is all you need.
Just has yellow paper inside to represent eerie light. Includes a pipe cleaner tree.
10. You can’t have a scary house without glitter.
Just incudes a sign that says “Boo Avenue.” Also, there’s a bare-limbed black tree.
11. Abandon all hope if you enter here.
This house seems like it’s made out of clay. Includes some pumpkins on the front doorstep.
12. A Halloween village must have a main street.
Help if it lights up at night. Don’t forget the autumn leaves.
13. Perhaps a shiny gray haunted house will do.
This is mostly made out of cardboard and paper. And yes, the windows are sketched in.
14. You might prefer a simple purple frame house.
It’s a known hangout for ghosts and mummies. Love those windows.
15. All aboard on the Spooktown express.
Includes a station with a castle clock tower. The train’s even carrying jack-o’-lanterns.
16. Blue roofs really create an impression.
The walls even have rather interesting pattern. Has 2 pumpkins at the door along with a wrought iron fence.
17. Celebrate Halloween in a more modern pink house.
You can even look inside the windows. Apparently, the guys wear antlers.
18. This house even comes with a pool.
And the Creature from the Black Lagoon is about to take a dive. While lions lurk inside.
19. Fancy roofing can do a house good.
Got to love the tiles on this one. Quite fancy. House even has some graves in the front.
20. Perhaps you might want a house with a tower.
One is black with blue roofing, 2 chimneys, and an owl. The other is white with a black roof and a clock. Also has a coffin door. May even be a school house.
21. A yellow ranch home really stands out.
This one just has 2 windows. While a jack-o’-lantern sits near the tracks.
22. These houses have rather strange roofs.
Since the tops kind of rise up like they’re in a Dr. Seuss story. Come in 3 different colors.
23. Sometimes opposing houses seem to attract.
One is green and black as well as covered in cobwebs. The other is white with purple chimneys and a skull cameo.
24. Anyone can go batty over a small house.
This one is black with orange roof, chimney, and trimming. Not sure if it lights up though.
25. A house will always shine with a sequin roof.
This house is orange and all glittered up. Includes a purple tree and black cat.
26. A pink house might suit you right.
Has a purple roof. Also includes black cat and pink tree. Even lights up.
27. You’ll find plenty of pumpkins on this trailer.
Has jack-o’-lanterns outside. While bats inhabit the black bare-limbed tree.
28. A simple white house will always do.
Sure it might not look incredibly scary. But the cat’s freaked out for some reason.
29. Wonder what light’s coming from this house.
Since it’s boarded up and has signs for us to stay away. Does a ghost live there?
30. You might not want to come across this green house.
This one’s in an odd configuration. Includes a skeleton and other decorations.
31. A large black cat lurks around this pink house.
This was made from a vintage card. And yes, the pumpkin is also quite huge as you can see.
32. This house seems like it’s been abandoned for years.
Wonder if ghosts hang out there. Since I haven’t seen any so far.
33. You’d be batty to pass by this house on a good day.
Yet, smoke seems to come from the chimneys despite its abandoned facade. Has a jack-o’-lantern at the front door.
34. Don’t miss this cool skeleton hangout.
This is an orange house with a black roof. The tree nearby even has skull decorations.
35. Witches enjoy being near a glittery orange house.
Has a black roof with 2 chimneys and orange spider. Yet, the witch looks quite large in proportion.
36. You’d almost think this is a pumpkin house.
Well, it certainly resembles a jack-o’-lantern monster. Yet, it has a roof akin to Hagrid’s hut.
37. This black house has really loose shutters.
Contains a jack-o’-lantern and potion outside. Still, please don’t drink the potion.
38. Perhaps a plain white house will do.
Make sure it looks abandoned and decrepit enough. Includes 2 pumpkins near a white fence.
39. Poe is buried near this shack.
The window’s boarded. The tree’s covered in cobwebs. Actually everything’s covered in cobwebs.
40. A house like this can bring in the fall spirit.
This one has more fall decor than Halloween stuff. Yet, there’s still a garland of jack-o’-lanterns.
41. Lots of crazy things happen in this purple house.
The jack-o’-lantern on her has a pipe cleaner body. While the top window has cobwebs.
42. For Dia de Los Muertos, you might want to see this house.
This is quite colorful. The jack-o’-lanterns even resemble sugar skulls. While the cat’s decorated as a skeleton.
43. An orange house can be especially scary.
Has a banner reading “Creepy.” Also has candy corn and spiders on the bottom windows.
44. A red house sits near a fall tree.
This tree still has its leaves though. Also includes pumpkins and tombstones.
45. A blue house can be just as spooky.
Has a cat near the roof. While pumpkins sit near the door.
46. There’s something batty about this green house.
This one has a bat on the roof. Spiders cover the trees. While a jack-o’-lantern sits in the front.
47. This black house is rather ghostly.
This one has batty trim on the roof. The ghost is made from a charm you’d use for a charm bracelet.
48. Perhaps your black house can use a bit of decorating.
Has candy corn and cats at the bottom. Also has 2 jack-o’-lanterns on the roof.
49. Halloween jack-o’-lantern ghosts love hanging around a black haunted house.
The trees look rather stringy. Then again, it’s supposed to produce a spooky atmosphere that’s appropriate for Halloween.
50. A simple white Victorian house doesn’t need much decoration.
Since it could look haunted by having lights coming through the windows. Also if you surround it with a wrought iron fence.
51. You’d almost think this was a haunted castle.
But castles are much more elaborate. This is just a house with 2 towers.
52. Cat ladies seem to inhabit this modern house.
Or are those devil ladies? Kind of hard to tell from this distance.
53. Don’t want to get near this dark and scary house.
And if its price is low for its neighborhood, there’s probably ghost. Seriously, you don’t get a bargain like this over nothing.
54. Perhaps you might be interested in a house with stripes.
This one has white and black stripes. Or black and orange stripes. It’s hard to tell by the light. Also, does Beetlejuice live here?
55. You may prefer a fancier haunted house.
This one is in rather bright colors. Resembles what you might see in a Dr. Seuss story.
56. A plain gray house can look just as spooky.
This one just have gray brick and a rusty roof. Contains coffin door and a wrought iron fence.
57. The more chimneys the better.
This one has 3. One of them has a window. Contains a jack-o’-lantern and a bare limbed black tree.
58. A lone ghost lives in this little orange house.
The ghost doesn’t look that scary. The front even has 2 candy corn trees.
59. The roof’s a bit rusty on this house.
It’s blue with white windows. Yet, this one seems more suited for the beach.
60. You know a witch lives at this beige house.
Has a cat in the top window. Still, the house is rather unremarkable looking without Halloween features.
61. A shiny house always needs a tower.
Has a bunch of trees on the ground. Even includes blue pumpkins.
62. Fancy windows always do a house wonders.
2 witches seem to reside there. Has a jack-o’-lantern in front.
63. This house seemed to appear straight out of a book.
It’s a gray house with a glitter roof. And yes, it’s straight out of a book.
64. You’d think this house is infested.
In the windows, you see a skeleton, spider, and black cat. Love the purple roof.
65. A striped roof goes well on a black house.
Has orange windows and 2 chimneys. Also a jack-o’-lantern and black trees.
66. Feel free to decorate this black sparkly house.
The roof is white. Contains bows and an upside down cross on a tower.
67. A gray house goes well with a white roof.
The shutters are crooked while bats fly on the top. The trees have orange glitter.
68. How about a glittery orange house with bats?
69. You might find plenty written on this house.
Not sure what the inscriptions say. Still, got to love the tower roofs and black trees.
70. A glitter house will always make an impression.
This one has a moon and some bats. But best to keep away if you value your life.
71. This seems like a nice restaurant.
Though I don’t think much of the menu. Like the skeletons dining on the table.
72. Can I interest you in The Thirsty Witch?
It’s a supply depot. Wonder if they supply potions, cauldrons, or brooms?
73. You don’t want to come across this shack at night.
The windows are boarded. Has grave stones nearby. Also, what’s coming from the chimney?
74. Now this house seems rather decrepit.
No wonder this ghost loves it. Also includes a spider and a smoking chimney.
75. You might just adore this candy corn house.
It’s in a triangle and it’s yellow, white, and orange. Not sure if it tastes like sugar wax.
76. You might be charmed by this black and white house.
Then again, it might just be the photography. Includes a clock and a wrought iron fence.
77. You’ll find something ghostly at this green house.
The ghosts are on the roof and the door. The ground just consists of pumpkins and cats.
78. This orange house seems to be a favorite Halloween haunt.
Even has 2 Jack Skellingtons. 2 bats fly at the door.
79. This black house looks quite spooky.
Again, there are 2 Jack Skellingtons. Also includes a jack-o’-lantern and a few trees in the lawn.
80. You’d want to check out this lawn.
The plants on here seem straight out of Dr. Seuss. A black tree has a orange and black striped witch hat.
81. You’d be stumped seeing a large spider web on this house.
This one is made out of paper and it shows. And yes, you must beware.
82. Feel free to hear your fortune at this house.
This is an interesting house. Has a moon on the roof and an eye above the door. Kind of reminds me of Count Olaf’s house. If he actually fixed up the place.
83. My, those are really large bats.
Yet, the house appears quite small. Though the trees resemble mere twigs.
84. You’ll be smart to avoid this creepy corner.
Even has a jack-o’-lantern with eyes. The houses look rather decrepit, too.
85. The Frankensteins take a night in.
Frankenstein’s monster. His bride does her make up in the bedroom.
86. This Halloween cottage brings out the autumn charm.
Has some witch legs sticking out of a cauldron. The door and lawn are also decorated with jack-o’-lanterns.
87. There’s something checkered about this haunted house.
Well, the roof has black and white checks. The top consists of a full moon and bats.
88. Beware of the plain white Victorian.
Has pumpkins and leaves in the front. Yet, kind of has a desolate atmosphere.
89. This black house looks quite eerie.
Kind of reminds me of a haunted house in a Dr. Seuss story. There’s a jack-o’-lantern and trees in the front.
90. This bright orange house has some black soot on the walls.
A witch flies over the roof. The trees have orange ornaments and stars. A cat also walks near the front porch roof.
91. Perhaps you care for a small, white cottage.
Has 2 pumpkins near the door. Surrounded by a white picket fence.
92. A purple house will do quite nicely.
One of the windows has boards on it. The black trees even have ornaments on them.
93. What’s in that tower window?
Well, there’s a figure. Still, wonder if this house also lights up.
94. You can see a witch fly past this house.
As you can look at the window. Has a balcony and an orange roof.
95. Perhaps a wooden house will do.
It’s made from paper with a bare-limb tree and tombstones. Bats fly from the chimney.
96. This seems to be a happening place on Halloween.
Consists of ghosts, skeletons, and bats. Even the Frankensteins come inside.
97. A spider crawls on the roof of this black house.
The tower has a window. The trees are black. Wonder if it lights up.
98. Sometimes you have to turn up the glam.
This one is decked with beads. Love the roses and trees.
99. A simple black house can do with some red.
Kind of reminds me of something that Dracula would move into when he’s fallen on hard times. Like the little crown decoration.
100. A fancy house will always entice you.
This one is in bright colors and patterns. Though if it was in Whoville, it wouldn’t be haunted.