Well, clearly I have failed in my plans to keep you updated throughout the rehab process. Turns out, it was a TON of work and we’ve kept super busy getting it done. Not to mention work still continues on the Gulfport property (you’d think the live-in renovation would move faster… somehow it’s just not happening!). Now that we have a little free time again, I’ve got plenty to tell you about. Since we’ve just finished, I figured I’d just go ahead and get right to the good stuff: ‘After’ pictures! Continue reading
It would make sense to complete one project before starting in on another. Extending this theory out, it would make even more sense to finish one house before starting another. Making sense just isn’t my style, so, despite the fact that we’re still hard at work on our house in Gulfport, MS (more on that to come!), we’ve gone ahead and gotten ourselves a little project house in Mobile, AL. This one is a bit of an adventure, so I thought I’d kick things off with it.
This property is a 2-bedroom, 1-bath house, and is about 1300 sq ft. It was built in the ’30s (we think) and was being sold as part of an estate. It hasn’t been updated, probably ever, and thus needs quite a bit of TLC (see what I did there?). As in, pretty much everything needs to be re-done. Fun fact: It happened to be raining on the day we closed, and when we walked in there was water pouring down the wall. I mean, we knew there was water damage and that it would need a new roof, but actually seeing liquid coming down the wall and pooling on the floor is a little scary… maybe that’s why nobody else wanted it. I can’t really say I blame them. Continue reading