Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Here are some photos (taken last year) of our new "old" house, although it really isn't all that old.  It was built in 1944 and is a cute, little, modest home with LOTS of potential.  I have to say the best thing about this house is the property and location, but I will write more on that later. 

We were told the barn was built in the 1880's (I wonder what the original home looked like) and that there is writing inside somewhere that tells the amount of bushels of individual crops harvested by year!  Can't wait to find that!

The chicken coop will house the goats, and future horses!
The corn crib is located at the back of the property near the well and power pole so we are looking into converting it into a woodworking shop for me.
That about sums up the exterior "BEFORE" photos of this project.  Stay tuned to watch the transformation of each :)    So far we have removed some fencing, built some temporary fences, raked MOUNTAINS of acorns and leaves, and mapped out a plan for picket fencing, goat pens, and an old fashioned front porch!
Happy Pickin'


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