Our house is a cute little 1940 house built in the classic style of a "foursquare." They are very common in this area. It isn't very big and it is what it is, nothing hidden... just a simple basic layout that covers 1,300 square feet. The square footage doesn't include the full basement.
As you come in from the large front porch you enter directly into the foyer/stairwell/living room.
The fireplace is a working gas fireplace. To the left of the fireplace is the doorway that leads into the walk thru butler's pantry and then into the kitchen.
|Looking at the living room from the front door.|
It's a small living room that leads into the dining through the arched doorway to the right of the fireplace.
|Looking from the far end of the living back toward the front door and staircase.|
|To the right of the portable stand/window is the backdoor.|
This was the view of the kitchen and as you can see... it is VERY small. It was one of our very first projects we worked on. In another post I'll show how we made it work and flow so much better for us.
The sellers kindly left us this rolling cabinet but it just wasn't our style. And, I thought that so much more could be done to make the kitchen more functional. To the right of the rolling cabinet is the back door that leads out to a little porch and patio area in our backyard.
|This is the view of ALL of the counter space that was available.|
|View of all the built-in kitchen cabinets.|
|Looking back towards the walk-thru butler's pantry.|
As I said, these are the MLS photos and they didn't have a lot of views of the kitchen area.
To the left of the refrigerator you can walk through a doorway into the dining room.
|Viewed from the arch way in the living room.|
The doorway on the far left side leads into the kitchen. You can get a little glimpse of the back door.
|Plenty of sunlight streaming into the dining room.|
|Looking towards the living room.|
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