Friday, November 16, 2012

Taking Shape



We've been going back and forth with the architect. This is the plan we've come up with for the renovation of the cottage. The original house is high lighted with marker. Until we retire in this house it will be our vacation home and a vacation rental. We would love to do the whole addition at this time but it's up in the air for the moment. We're debating whether to do the whole renovation minus the master suite. When it's time to retire we could then add the master suite. I'll keep you posted. Big negotiations going on here this week but we're progressing. 
 
 
 
 
 
 


6 comments:

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Hi Amy,

This is fantastic!

I watched your video and loved the town and the architecture. How wonderful it is that you own a piece of property in such a charming town so full of history.

Anxious to see what you will do with your renovations!

Thanks for inviting me to come visit.

Your newest follower,
Alison

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Hi Amy!
Thanks for inviting me over.
I watched your video and think it is so wonderful that you have a place in such a historic area.
Cannot wait to see what you will do with the renovations.

Your newest follower,
Alison
xoxox

Katherines Corner said...

this is all so exciting! xo P.S. I added your shop to my circle today
:-)

Zuzu said...

How exciting, Amy! I'll be coming by often to see what's new. :)
Hugs,
Zuzu

arrielle_p said...

Nice floorplans. Can't wait to see the real design of your place. :)

real estate ph

Ann-Marie ~ Brambly said...

Amy,

It looks like you'll have the ideal place when the addition is complete. About 10 years ago we more than doubled the size of our little cottage just to make it functional. It was very rewarding.

Thank you for visiting & following me at Brambly and ravens.fete. I am following you now and looking forward to your new posts.