And because a few more people read my blog than who have actually walked through my doors, I shall now give you a pictorial virtual tour...just in case you want to buy it from us.
We've always liked houses and pieces of property that have character. So, the salt box piece was a stand alone for awhile, and then the living room and two additional bedrooms got built on years later.
The red door with the star leads into our living room, so we don't use that door as an entry. We use the one on the far right side of the house that leads into our kitchen, below:
This is the view looking in at the kitchen from the living room:
There are two great big windows to the left of the kitchen table, so the room is always really bright and happy, and this is honestly my most favorite room of the house. It's where LIFE happens.
We heat our entire home completely with wood - and it is very cozy and happy all winter long.
|That little bit of pink lying on the couch is NOT for sale....although there are moments when she might be...|
The entire living room used to be that color green. It was just a wee bit too much for me, so now it's a soft cappucinno color. I had always planned to paint the door the color of that red lamp shade...but I really really hate to paint...and then the longer I lived here, I just didn't seem to notice it anymore.
Below is our downstairs bathroom that sits just to the left of the couch in the above picture.
Garden and chicken coop. My faves.
And it's also the room that gets the most sun. If we end up staying here for any amount of time longer, our plan is to move all three boys upstairs, because it's just a huge wide open space; we'll put London in their room, and we will take this room.
Right now it is serving as London's little space.
It's sweet, happy, and always full of life.
There's a big huge garden down the slope to the left that is chock full of veggies.
There's an awesome "neighbor Lew" right across the road."