Future Plans

There’s a few things that we know that we’d like to do to our new home. We’d like to convert the attic and open up the back of the house by knocking down some internal walls.

Our current house is open plan at the back comprising of a snug room, kitchen and dining area and it works fantastically well for modern family living and we’d really like to replicate it in our new house if we can. Here’s the floor plan of our new house. We’d like to knock the wall down between the dining room and the family room. This would allow us to have a kitchen in one half of the space, a snug in the other and a dining area in the middle. We’d like to make what is currently the kitchen into a utility room. It should be fairly easy, fingers crossed, to knock down the internal wall as long as we speak to the right people and support the rooms above! (famous last words!)

Floor Plan

 

 

 

Introduction

My husband Blair and I picked up the keys to our forever family home on the 28th April 2017. It was such an exciting and stressful day but number 105 is finally ours šŸ™‚

Number 105 is a 3 bed Victorian semi-villa. We’re planning to convert the loft and to knock down the wall between the kitchen and dining room to open up the back of the house.

We will have to renovate the house a stage at a time as we have a fixed budget for both projects.

Iā€™m so looking forward to seeing our house transformed into our forever home.