**SOLD** Back on the Market

Less than 72 Hours after we put the house back on the market, we received a full-price offer.  Done!  So very thankful for the Lord's provision in this area!


As we pulled out of Georgia to move to Colorado in October, we were so comforted knowing our house was under contract.

I suppose the saying "It's not over til it's over" is so famous because...well, it's true!  The financing has fallen through.  Our house is back on the market.

I have put it back on FB, and people are (of course) asking for inside pictures.  So I've come here - to my comfort zone - to post some pictures for people to get a better look.

Except - ach! - this isn't really going to be a "better" look.  With our house being under contract within 10 hours last time, when I posted it on FB as a fluke...we never needed to take proper, staged pictures.

So, we're going to have to make do with these random, non-staged shots...

First, some details about the house...

4 bedrooms
3.5 baths
2,480 sq ft.
2.5 acres
We had about one acre of pasture fenced in (pasture contains a 20'x20' pole barn that is less than 2-years old)
Work shed (16'x16')
20'x40' salt water pool, includes a diving board and slide (enclosed by a white metal security fence)
The house was 48 years old when we purchased it...so it would be 51-52-years old now.

We love this house and its floorpan.  Wish we could have brought it to Colorado with us!

Here is a shot of the family room:

Here is another shot - very scary-looking because we'd already started packing to move to CO:

You can see into the kitchen in this above shot

Here is the dining room, right after I took down the wallpaper border and repainted it:

Here is part of the back of the house:

In the far right of the above picture you can see a peek of the sunroom.

Here is a picture out into the sunroom, from inside the family room.  The sunroom is large, and is NOT included in the square footage of the house, because it is not heated/cooled:

Bedroom #1 (already started packing):

Bedroom #2 (two different views): 

Two closets

Bedrooms #1 and #2 have a Jack-and-Jill bathroom between them.  The bathroom has a toilet, sink, and shower.  I am sorry, but I don't have any pictures of that bathroom.

 Bedroom #3:


This is the guest bathroom, with separate water closet/bathtub:

Two views of the master bedroom:

This bedroom is very large...which we didn't mind one bit!

Here is the master bathroom vanity area:

The master bedroom Water closet/bathtub/shower are off to the left (I don't have any pictures), and the master walk-in closet is the door to the right:

Here is the eat-in portion of the kitchen (we'd begun packing, sorry!):

And here is the other end of the kitchen:

There is a five-burner gas range that is amazing.  And a convection oven.

This kitchen has plenty of counter-space for lots of helpers to...help!  (Many hands make light work!)

Here is the utility room, off the kitchen.  It holds the washer/dryer, utility sink, room for extra storage (we had a 6'x6' shelving system from Lowe's), a toilet (I thought this was so weird when we moved in, but it was SO handy!) and our extra fridge:

Here is a pic of the inside of the 16'x16' work shed in the backyard:

Out back is a 20'x40' salt-water pool (we converted it from chlorine).  It has a diving board and a slide:  

Another view of the pool:

Also out back is perhaps my favorite part of the whole property...the playhouse-turned-chicken coop:

We fenced in about an acre of the pasture (where we kept two cows)...

...and a 20x20' pole barn is in the pasture (we had it built less than two years ago):

It had been our dream for years to move out to the country, and the Lord blessed us immensely with this house.  He has big plans for it...and I pray that exactly the right family is now blessed with it!

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