Saturday, February 28, 2009

House Pictures that are bigger than an inch.

So I must not be very good at posting pictures since I seemed to have posted them out of order and backwards. Sorry for the random placement of pictures, but after spending a half hour waiting for them to upload, they're staying this way! This picture is a view from our driveway. I like being in a small cul-de-sac where there are only three (4 after they build the final house) of us.
Here is a view from the furthest most corner of our fence. I can't wait til the grass turns green. Sadie loved running around in the yard. She didn't want to come back in the house. I told her "its okay, you're gonna live here and you can play outside all day!"

Here, Sadie is mimicking me as I go throughout the house explaining what everything is..."here we have the master bedroom, and over here is the closet, and a window with blinds...."
This is the master bath. I like that it has a window for natural light. I'd like to change out the mirror and put in two framed mirrors and upgraded water and light fixtures.
My assistant tour guide appreciating the pop-up ceiling.
This is a view of the yard from an upstairs window.
Sadie, laying claim to one of the bedrooms.
This is a view from the loft. The door leads to a bathroom. There are two bedrooms on the left and one on the right of the picture.
This is a picture of our neighbors. I like them. They seem nice and peaceful and green. And the good new is they are here to stay because they are a wildlife preservation. This is what really sold me on the house.
A view from the living room.
The kitchen. My stove/oven rocks and I can't wait to try out all of its features. the microwave seems complicated...I might have to read a book to figure it out.
A view from the living room into the breakfast nook and kitchen area. The door to the left is a half bath. The stairs are to the left of that. If you look inside the kitchen doorway you'll see another door and that is our laundry room.
This was supposed to be the first picture, but I apparently don't know what i'm doing.
I, of course, see this house as a huge canvas. There will be paint, decor, curtains, and fixtures put in over the next couple of months. Consider these the befores and the afters are soon to come. OR you know, you could always come out here and see for yourself. Now we have a place to put you up when you visit!


Suzie said...

After you decorate yours could you come and decorate mine, please. 2 1/2 years later and I still can't make a decision!

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Kristen C said...

Your house looks beautiful!!!

Tina said...

I'm so happy for you! I love your big backyard and I agree ... cul-de-sacs are the BEST!

But, we will miss you!

Lexi said...

LOVE the big back yard and the EXTENDED nature backyard :-)Your house is very nice! It looks like Sadie wasted no time falling in love with it too! Now comes the fun part... paint, decorating, etc, etc, etc! Have fun with it all and remember it IS supposed to be fun so don't stress too much! :-)

Emily said...

Yeah!! I can't wait to see it in person. It looks really nice and spacious.

Nulphs said...

Oh how exciting! It looks great, and I love all the land you have, the back yard will be so fun for the kids!! congrats!

Kathy said...

How fun! I love to move. I love your house it looks great. You are going to have so much fun decorating it.

Laura Kay said...

Lol. I love your comment about the neighbors...."They seem nice, and green". You crack me up!!! Yardsales, salvation army...where I got most of my decorations and let's face it, I probably have the most beautiful place EVER!!