Whew, where to begin?!?
Even though it probably seems like yesterday’s announcement came out of the blue, the truth is that we’ve been busy little bees behind the scenes for weeks now trying to make sure we were ready to hit the ground running once we got the keys. That means meetings with contractors, plumbers, electricians, foundation companies, and tree trimmers intermingled with visits to tile stores, etc. and lots of web browsing for deals. There’s so much to tell you guys about!
But first things first – here’s a quick little tour of our new victim renovation project:
(Disclaimer: I apologize in advance for the hideous photos – I lost one camera and misplaced the charger for another camera so these are all iPhone pictures taken on the fly).
Front of the house:
(This house has 2,570 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and was built in 1970.)
Entryway opening into formal living room:
Tray ceiling with funky curves in entryway:
Formal living room and formal dining room:
From entryway into family room:
Family room towards entryway:
Family room looking into covered patio:
Family room looking into kitchen and breakfast room:
Kitchen looking into family room on the left and formal dining room straight ahead:
Kitchen looking into formal dining room:
Kitchen looking into breakfast nook:
Breakfast nook looking into covered patio (that has been enclosed with French doors):
Covered patio looking into breakfast room:
Looking from master bedroom across covered patio into breakfast room:
Looking from breakfast room across covered patio to master bedroom:
From master closet to master bathroom:
Separate room in master bath with toilet and shower/tub:
The shower/tub side of the room:
Hallway connecting master bedroom, 2 other bedrooms, and a bathroom:
Jack ‘n Jill bath connecting 2 bedrooms and serving as the guest bathroom for the house:
Shower and toilet area of jack ‘n jill bath:
Laundry room area between the garage and kitchen:
Fourth bedroom off of the laundry room:
Bathroom connecting the 4th bedroom and laundry room:
Another view of the bathroom:
Over the next few weeks you’ll read plenty on my thoughts about what needs to be changed about the house, but for now – what do you think? What’s your favorite thing about the house, and what did you see that you absolutely could not live with?
Want to see how our last flip turned out? Read all about it here.