Want to see what's on our plate in the next few days?
Option #1: Mid-century modern with lots of open space.
Cool house but not so sure about the quality of schools. Still need to do some research. The yard looks a little rough, but my brother owns a landscaping company so we'll have that sucker fixed up in no time.
I'm kinda digging these front doors.
Option #2: Our realtor spent several hours in this house last weekend. He was really excited about it. He kept telling me "this is the one." I kept telling him, "I hope it looks better in person, because I kinda think you're crazy!"
Love the big windows. Can't wait to slap some paint on that paneling!
Option #3: Cute entry, but let me warn you...they made this a close-up shot for a reason.
Nice, angled ceilings. Am I wrong to think someone could get lost in that fireplace?! White floors...hummm, love them but how livable are they?
Option #4: Really great curb appeal. Ahh, look at those trees! Do I want to go the traditional route?
Good bones. I'm seeing a new backsplash with new uppers. The rest is doable though.
Option #5: You know it's bad when there's only an exterior picture shown in the listing. Am I up for a challenge?
Option #6: Just found this one last night and FELL IN LOVE! I didn't even know something like this existed in Dallas. The downside? Super far commute for John, it's only 1600 sq. ft. and it just went under contract. Tears.
Pretty sure I could have had a hay day with this one.
Hello, sweeties, I certainly wouldn't mind having my coffee with you every morning.
Okay, friends, here's where you can help. This is the first time we're taking the kids house hunting with us. Please pray that something sparks some excitement in them and that they begin to look forward to the move instead of dreading it.
Check back next week for a recap of how these houses measured up in person. Wish us luck!