Fun, exciting and scary all at the same time! That’s how I would describe this new adventure my family is taking!
We have decided to put our house on the market and potentially move to another home. I absolutely love our little home where we’ve lived for the past 6 years, but our family has grown since then and we are in need of a little bit more space. No, we don’t know where we’re moving to yet. No, we haven’t found a new house yet. No, we are not sure how fast it will sell. But God knows! We are trusting that He will guide us as we plan for our future!
I will clarify that I WILL be continuing with my business and we will not be moving far away. All of my sessions, weddings, future bookings will continue as normal, and I can’t wait to see how a new home will play a part in my business. Ideally I would love to find a space to set up a studio, but who knows what we’ll find. We’re open to suggestions and any private sales that are not listed publicly- any leads that we’re not aware of would be amazing!
Thank you for taking the time to look and I would really appreciate it if you would take two minutes to share the link. The more shares we get the better the chance we have to sell it quickly. It only takes one family or person who is interested, so thank you in advance for sharing and spreading the word!
You can see the official listing and more details HERE!
The yard includes 2 newly painted decks, two large raised bed gardens, an herb garden, swing set and plenty of space for entertaining or recreational playing.
Master bedroom, complete with brand new carpeting and fresh paint!
The entry way/laundry room is conveniently located on the first floor and a few steps away from the laundry line which is accessible from the back deck!
The open concept of the main living space is my favorite feature of the house. It’s very open and full of natural light!
The first bedroom is bright and fun- our girls love their room!
The second bedroom which is currently our son Jack’s room.
The second full bathroom.
Lots of built in storage/pantry shelving in the basement.
The main heating source is oil, but there is also a convenient and efficient coal stove in the basement.