Before I start posting pics, you need to know they were taken Sunday morning after the carpet was ripped out and before any painting was done. The owner’s wife had already blue-taped for painting and by the time I returned home mid-afternoon, the bedroom and bathroom were finished. Still two rooms and closets to go.
Want to know how small 432 sq feet is? Take a look.
This was taken from the front corner next to the door. Speaking of which, the closet doors were removed for painting; you can see them in the kitchen, straight back. Notice the coved ceiling though. That’s a nice touch. I believe each room has two freaking outlets. Won’t that be fun? And one phone jack, which I hope works. What used to be fine wood floors were ruined when someone glued carpet down on top of them. They didn’t even use a pad. Ugly.
And speaking of ugly, how about a glimpse into the bathroom? It’s incredibly tiny, but at least there’s a tub. Just like Gray in Precog in Peril, I need that tub.
The tile around the tub has been stripped to the lathe. I hear tile is replacing it, not a crappy plastic surround, but we shall see. Time is running out, after all.
Moving on… I have only one pic of the bedroom, and it’s not that great. It does have two windows, which will provide good light. In the near left corner is a narrow closet, currently without door. No coved ceiling here; they didn’t waste the money.
Living room pic taken from the back corner, where two closets suck up a lot of wall space. Carpet hasn’t been carried out yet. All windows have deep sills, perfect for plants or asses.
Last, but not least, the kitchen. It’s big enough for a table and four chairs. These cabinets are being ripped out and replaced with something much nicer. I hear more counter space is being added, too. I can’t wait.
I’m not sure if the window is that greasy or covered with a film, but I want it removed. Gas stove (yay!) is full size.
Only two weeks to go and so much left to be done.
Uh, AJ… are you still talking to me after seeing these? (He hasn’t been over since the initial viewing.)