Final Walk Through

Yesterday we did the final walk through of our soon to be new home. We only had an hour to check everything and make sure there were no serious issues with the property. They left an old broken hot tub in the backyard so we’re making them hall it away next week. The kitchen was added in the ’90s and it’s utterly falling apart and the bathrooms are just plain scary. The place is in desperate need of a good cleaning, a fresh coat of paint and some serious TLC but it’s my home and I love it! Here’s some of the pictures I took.

1954 custom built atomic ranch house
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Original diamond window door
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Original clerestory windows
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Original fireplace (they’ve added an ugly insert we plan to remove asap
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Dining area (we plan to remove the ugly fan asap)
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Pony wall
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Kitchen seems to have been haphazardly updated in the late ’80s or ’90s and it’s falling apart
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Original tub in bathroom that needs a lot of work
1954 Custom Built Ranch House
Original kitchen floors
(unfortunately they were not cared for and need to be replaced)

1954 Custom Built Ranch House

Original wood floors we plan to clean and refinish
1954 Custom Built Ranch House

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11 thoughts on “Final Walk Through

  1. Thanks! It needs a lot of TLC but I'm really looking forward to the renovation process. The kitchen is a 90s travesty. The counters are coming off, half the doors are hanging on by a thread and the floor is a wreck. I want a new kitchen right away but it will take some time to make all the changes. I do love the love the size of it though!

  2. very cool! I just found your blog looking for details about the MCM home we are purchasing in Indiana. Looks like you have a really cool find. Ours too has an ugly fireplace insert that we are planning to get rid of.

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