A couple different views of the downstairs.
Lots of usable space in the kitchen.
A funky bathtub in the downstairs bath.
The beautiful entryway- though it is a bit tight.
Two shots of another large bedroom- one the boys could share.
This is like two little bedrooms connected by an archway. A great option for our big girls who like to share a room but need their own spaces.
At the end of this hallway, to the left, is the main staircase that goes down to the front entry.
Behind me, in this picture is the back staircase. To my right is the hallway that is pictured above. At the end of this hallway is the master bedroom, on the left.
Two shots of the upstairs bathroom. In the first picture, that door by the sink leads out to the unfinished area over the garage.
So we went, we looked, we loved. It is obviously 130+ years old. The house has settled and the floors are uneven. The back staircase is slanted and closet space is limited. But wow, it is gorgeous. The kitchen needs to be redone, but it is a large space and a lot can be done with it. There is a large, unfinished area over the garage that could be made into a game room- but access to it is through the upstairs bathroom. (This could be remedied by putting in yet another staircase in the back of the house). The yard is a great size, bordered by mature trees (something we don't have in our new construction neighborhood). There are hollyhocks planted around the deck and a clothesline already in place. And best of all, there are lilac bushes in the backyard. So, lots to think about.