Thursday, March 7, 2013

New House!

Here are pictures of the house before we moved in last week! So different than our DC house in a million ways. There are definitely things we want to change (paint, finish basement, outdoor entertainment, upgrades, etc) but having a move in ready home is so nice. We are so in love with it already. As we go through the decorating/renovating process I will post updates here.


Front of the house:



Back of the house:


Right side of house:


Left side of house:


Lower deck:



View from the lower deck to the right:

View to the left:


Left side yard (chicken coop, garden and detached garage):


Entryway:




Family room:






Dining area:






Kitchen:








Laundry/mud room:

Main floor bathroom:



Office:



Upstairs hallway:



Master bedroom:







Balcony off master:




Master bathroom:


Bedroom 1 (Violet's room):



Bedroom 2:



Bedroom 3 (guest bedroom):



Upstairs bathroom:



Basement:






10 comments:

DebraK said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful! I love the large picture windows! You'll have lots of sunshine inside. I also love the balcony off the master bedroom--how cool is that?! The house looks huge--how many square feet is it? So what do you estimate for your electric bill in the winter? We live in FL and our summer bill runs over $400/month on a 5000 sq.ft. house (no basement of course) and over $250 the rest of the year (with a pool/spa filter running all day). One day we will look into getting a solar system. I love the idea of a chicken coop! I am always teasing my hubby that I'm going to put one up behind the house next door (one of our rentals). Unfortunately, we love more towards the city than out of it so don't really have the room for them to roam. But it would be so cool (even though I am allergic to them)! Looking forward to seeing more pics. Have fun moving in. If your pics are any indication of the current weather conditions, it looks perfect for moving.

DebraK said... [Reply to comment]

PS. tried your Brown Sugar and Balsamic Vinegar Pork Loin last night--awesome, a definite keeper!

Rhonda said... [Reply to comment]

Wow!!

Christina said... [Reply to comment]

@DebraK The house is 3000 sq ft (not including the basement). It really isn't huge but when we do the basement we will have a ton more space to use.

I have no idea what to estimate for the electric bill. It has geothermal heat so hopefully that will save us some money!

Thanks for your comments!

Tanja @ Postmodern Hostess said... [Reply to comment]

Wow -- what a stunning home! Congrats!

Even though there's so much great stuff going on already in the house, and lots of potential, too, what really made my jaw drop is how much land you have! You could have your own farm if you wanted! :-) We are thinking about getting chickens on our little 1/3 acre, but yours will really have space to move!

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Rhino Shield said that the material was probably put on when the cedar was damp, and thus would strip everything and apply a new primer and finish coat, let dry, then apply new Rhino Shield, adding that there will be no more work till flashing is....
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