The kitchen sink is a single long deep rectangle, with disposal and will have a single faucet. All the drawers and doors have that silent close feature, and I am praying I can get Dave to close them after he uses them. The larger cabinet (opposite side) next to the oven has pull out shelves for my pots and pans and that makes me even happier. La dee dah! It's not too late to have my girlhood dreams come true.
The hall bath has the same counter, with an undermounted rectangular sink. The floor tile is grouted in white. That'll be fun to keep clean.
This part was a big surprise to us. They were pouring the aprons in front of the garages yesterday, and for some unknown reason, ours is way wide and deep. I could park my ol' PT Cruiser on it and still not be in the alley. The house behind us is a two storey and they have planned ahead, big time, and made an apartment on the second floor of the garage, which will pay their mortgage and make someone happy to have such a nice spot downtown to live.
And O Happy Day, they have provide wonderful house numbers for us, and mounted them already. I have been shopping for something like this, and lo and behold, they come with the house!
On the negative side...I am not thrilled to see that pile of brick, mortar and clay piled up next to the foundation.We'll have to discuss the master plan again and get this junk removed.
We have had lots of viewings and have another open house to do on Tuesday. So keeping the place tip top is our everyday job. Boring.
But, last night we did manage to squeeze in a small birthday party for my niece Glory, who will turn 21 while she is on a university choral trip to Ireland and Scotland this coming week. 21 years old! Yipes. Where has the time gone?