|This is the sunroom and the main entrance we use into the house from the back door.|
|From there, you can walk straight back into the master bedroom. It's HUGE!|
|The previous owner had the room decorated in a Tuscan-theme, Check out the wine bottle applique that was on the wall! Those two rooms are the master bath (left) and closet (right).|
|The applique came off easily, but the little shelf was made of plaster and raised off the wall. (not as easy to remove)|
|Here's the master bath. It needs some serious updating, but we can live with it for now.|
|Oh, both the sunroom and the master bedroom are additions to the house, so they both have brick walls along one side. Interesting, right?|
|From the bedroom, you can walk right into the craft room.|
|There's even a cute little half bath in the craft room (the main reason I chose that room.)|
|Across the hall from the craft room is Pat's office. It's got better light (with two windows) but no bathroom.|
|Here's the guest bathroom. It's tiny and that wall technique HAS TO GO, but it's workable!|
|The guest room is pretty small too. The duck border is awful. But, it's a project for another time.|
|There's a large front room, what I'm guessing is supposed to be a formal living room. However, we're going to turn it into a dining room eventually.|
|This is my kitchen as you walk in from either the hallway or the sunroom.|
|And, here it is from the living room. (Double ovens!!)|
|We've got a large living room with split brick floors.|
|The huge, custom-built cabinet was in there too. EEK!|
So, that's a bit of a tour of the inside for you. However, if you want to see a bit more, check out my video tour.
I still plan on doing a video and picture tour of the pool area and some of the property soon, especially now that the grass has been cut. We've already made so many changes in the two weeks we've been here that I'm glad I took these before pictures to remember where we started.
I hope you enjoyed this little peek and hope you hang onto your hats as I begin this new adventure. You are coming along for the ride aren't you?