The Super and I have reached that point in life when it’s time to downsize . . . like to a pup tent. All too often now when we store something, we can never find it again (like the inhouse cordless phone?) – there are just to many places to hide stuff in a house this size. So, yes, this is an attempt at marketing the ole homestead. Somehow seems fitting that it’s the 900th blog post, a nice round number?
Road side, facing west
Lake side, facing east over Lake Darling
Lake side overlooking Lake Darling
“Covered” stairway to the lake
Stained and molded concrete patio
Great room deck
View from great room deck
From ‘sunroom’ deck
Interior – Upper Level
Kitchen and dining
Great room overlooking the lake
Great room looking west over a 6-acre horse pasture
‘Sunroom’ from the great room
Great room from the ‘sunroom’
Interior – Lower Level
Front door exiting west to road side
View to lake
[The crafting/laundry and utility rooms are currently being used as ‘storage areas.’]
These were taken on October 3, 2012. The roofline is green metal in the shape of a plus (+) sign, generally located in the center of the photos.
Blasts From The Past
Now that you’ve seen the house, built 16 years ago, you can see it still looks brand new . . . except older.
And the views . . . oy, the views!
It’s a funny thing coming home. Nothing changes. Everything looks the same, feels the same, even smells the same. You realize what’s changed is you. ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald