Post # 1
I’m getting very excited and very nervous all at the same time!
Some of you have probably read my story on here once or twice but here it is in a nutshell for those who haven’t.
FI and I are relocating to a small city(population about 100k) 4 hours away from family and friends, next week. FI took an amazing promotion(he’s training to be a Critical Care Flight Medic) and I am leaving my much enjoyed job to try something a little different.
This is my first big move away from everyone and although I am very excited, I’m finding it quite stressful. I enjoy change though and I think this will be a good move for us =)
Photo time! (these were taken with my cellphone, so some aren’t too great)
Kitchen-granite counters, will have stainless steel appliances and a gas range
View of Kitchen and dinning area from Living room
View from Living Room
Master bedroom View
Master- has ensuite with granite counters and walkin closet
There is also a small bedroom/den at the front of the house(forgot to take a pic)
The main floor is just over a 1000sqft which is about the same space as our current condo. However, there is also a semi finished basment we’ll be working on and once finished will give us an additional 600-700sqft.
***Show me your new places!****
Post # 3
The view is incredible – good luck with your move!! <3 Canada
Post # 4
Super cute – looks like you have an amazing view!! Also, it seems pretty new. That means you won’t be doing constant repairs like me 🙂
Post # 5
@QueenieB: Brand new! No repairs, but we do need to finish the basement!
Post # 6
looks amazing!!! well done!!! xx
Post # 7
Nice house! We’re moving into a new house in June. I can’t wait
Post # 8
WOW, that house looks great, Love the kitchen and the views are amazing! Congrats!!
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2014 - Lodge
WOW that view is incredible! We move in 3 weeks and I can’t wait.
Post # 10
How beautiful and cozy–I love it! Gorgeous view, too! 🙂 I bet you are so excited!!
Post # 11
@SupermansSweetheart: Wow, what a view! The move will be hard, but change takes time to adjust to. I suggest getting up as many photos and pictures as you can (on walls etc.) – that definitely helped me at least. It’ll start to feel like home in no time!
And lots of Skype dates with people 🙂
I love that house.. gorgeous!
Post # 12
Lovely view! And I love your open concept. Gorgeous! GL with the move!
Post # 13
what an awesome view!! congrats!
Post # 15
Looks great! What an amazing view!
Post # 16
Your view is so pretty! Good luck with the move!