|This is the floor plan for the second level apartment. Very similar to the flat below, but with a larger kitchen area and (although it doesn't seem possible) three even smaller bedrooms.|
|Here is the stair and entry to the second floor apartment. The skylight in this area did let in a lot of light, unfortunately it also let in a lot of water.|
|The living/dining room area.|
|Although the electrical was not to code, the floor was wildly uneven, and the mirror gone, this bathroom is still a huge upgrade from the first floor.|
|The second floor kitchen area. Another upgrade from the first floor, but still not exactly a dream kitchen. I wonder how long the drawers had been missing? Nice of them to leave us some spices.|
|But before you fall in love with this kitchen too quickly, here was a lovely little note in our inspection report.|
By traveling down the stairs of the back porch you could either exit the into the back yard or you could continue down into the basement.
|The back of the house from the yard. Not too bad. But on closer inspection...|
Let's finish our tour in the basement.
|The door you see connects to the room in the previous photo. Your basic unfinished basement. The ceilings in here were about 8ft which was plenty tall for me, but a little tight for my husband.|
|The furnace and hot water heater for the house. The furnace vent was an obvious problem. Doesn't look like they have too much life left in them.|
|One last little surprise from the basement, we call it the Harry Potter room. This is the space under our front steps.|
So now you've seen it all. What do you think? Do you see the potential or do you think (like some of our friends and relatives) that we were crazy to buy this place? Either way, leave us some love in the comments section.