There are a few minor things on the list. A few will need addressed after closing (like the kitchen faucet that has very little water pressure.) Most of the others are things *I* probably wouldn't have noticed. For example: The bedroom doors for the children's rooms don't latch when you close them. We close doors so rarely, it may have taken me months/years to figure that one out. They can be adjusted but really, right now it is the least of my worries. (Now the swelling in my ankles? THAT worries me! I can't see my ankle bone!)
A tiny little drama-ish story. Solomon has already fallen down the stairs in this house. He did it yesterday and there was blood freakin' everywhere. He tore his upper frenulum. So I've already cleaned the vinyl on my hands and knees once and we haven't even closed. HA. Solomon is okay and my heartrate has returned to normal. Life with boys, what can I say?
Looking back through my pictures there are obviously places I didn't bother to take pictures, but I did take enough for you to get the general idea. The house is a very clean canvas right now, but we are okay with that... for now. (We already have a list of things for "Someday.")
Right when you walk in the homeschool room is to your right. I took this from the OTHER entrance to the room. This is technically a diningroom, but A. It is carpeted and B. There is another eating area. We aren't fancy people. ;)
In this picture, I'm standing in the doorway from the homeschool room to the kitchen.
Not really our style, but we have plans... eventually. This is a much better layout than our current rental. (Ya know, where my dishwasher is ACROSS from my sink. HA) A fridge is on the To Buy List.
On the other side of that half wall, there is the "breakfast" area that we will use as our dining room. Remember.. not fancy people. :)
This is the first picture we ever saw of it, and I thought, NO WAY jose! That isn't big enough. Turns out, it is a bad angle and doesn't photograph it well.
So I tried again, yesterday and got this.
The ceiling makes it feel MUCH larger than that first picture. :)
Through the doorway on the left of that picture is the living room.
We truly LIVE in our livingroom. So this space will be welcomed and used often.
Oh and I live in the laundry room. That shelf will come down, so we can stack a washing machine and dryer and still fit a freezer in the room. :)
Downstairs there is also a pantry, half bath and a coat closet. But I'll spare you those details. LOL
Master Bedroom to the right:
Master Closet (and Vanna Soli)
Kids bathroom from another angle.
I still feel like I should pinch myself and I may be holding my breath til closing. There is an appraisal, septic inspection and termite inspection left to go. *slow deep breaths*.