Here it is. Amelia’s primary school is actually on this street, a few blocks down. It is right outside the city center on a quiet street, but an easy walk to downtown.
Notice the original tile!
This is the living room. It has a really big bay window, and this very cool, functional fireplace. (I will need to figure out what I can do with that red wallpapered wall, though!)
So many cool architectural details…
One of my favorite rooms is the dining room, it has so much light and is very spacious. Look at those floors! Another cool looking fireplace, although this one is just a decoration now.
The kitchen– compact and practical, but with plenty of cupboard space. I haven’t had a gas stove in almost five years– really excited about that! Terracotta tiles are one of my favorite types of kitchen flooring.
A long, sprawling backyard, with trees, flowers, grass, and a patio. Perfect.
Can we look at the floors again?
And my favorite: the conservatory! This room is so exciting to me– not just all the sunlight, but the glass, tile floors, the peaked ceiling, and the way it’s set right off of the kitchen so we can eat in there as well.
There is also a mud/ cloak room off of the kitchen, and a little bathroom back there. SO many windows and cozy spaces. Such a cool house– I honestly didn’t think that we would find or afford something so nice. It will be another three weeks before we can move in, but just knowing it’s there helps while we’re still in limbo. This will be our last move, finally. Thank you so much for celebrating we me– it has been a long road!