I find myself unable to show you any more pictures than this. It'll have to suffice until we take possession, and then I'll give you the HGTV tour. The realtor never got an opportunity to upload their other pictures before I snapped this place right off the market. When I was in the middle of going through this house, the homeowner came home, and I'd have felt awkward taking pictures of his home for my blog with him standing there. Say dude, could you just manage to smile a bit for Rudee's friends?
Look at that porch. Isn't it lovely? Can you picture having an ice cold beer, iced tea or glass of wine on that porch after a long day's work? I can. The house faces east so in the heat of the day, the porch will be shaded. I'll have to put the bottle of sun tea out at the crack of dawn.
I have never made a decision so quickly in my life, but after speed dating this house, I have no qualms. Here's what I know:
Built in 1913, this cedar house has a new kitchen, bath, paint job, roof and furnace. All of the appliances are new (and I mean brand new), and so is the central air. I could smell the still fresh aroma of a newly built deck. The bedrooms are spacious- though the community rooms could be a bit larger. There is a beautiful fireplace in the living room and windows all over the place. I could bullet all of the finer points of living in this town, but I think I did that yesterday. It's not as spacious as Charming was, but all in all, it has fewer warts, and it's $400 less per month. That's a lot of yarn.
Here's a question for you: if the house is of cedar construction, is it naturally moth proof?