If you follow us on Instagram, then you know we got a chance to explore the farmhouse a bit more this week. Chris & I took the babies over after breakfast one day, just to snap some photos and get an idea of where we want things. We’re gaining square footage and land, but we’re losing some of the open floor plan space we currently have. I think it’s neat that since the house is so old, there aren’t necessarily assigned bedrooms and living spaces. Each room stands alone and can be exactly what we want it to be. I’m finally letting myself believe that it’s ours soon, and I couldn’t be more excited!

Happy Friday, from a crew of future homesteaders!

12 thoughts on “#farmhousetour”

  1. I am sooo jealous and can’t wait to see more pics! What I wouldn’t give to be out of my 60’s suburban cookie cutter house and in a big ole farm house!

  2. THREE fireplaces?! i just want ONE!! I grew up in a house that is now 105 years old. We had a problem with having hardly ANY electrical outlets! I hope you don’t have that same problem. It was a pain in the behind! – Paige

  3. I would love to live in a farmhouse like that. Three fireplaces? I would just about die. I’m so torn about staying in our itty-bitty ranch, which is plenty big for us, is close to family, and is in the city (where I feel most comfortable) versus moving to a big, old farmhouse, where I’d have room to paint, space for a big garden, great, old details, and being out of the city (which would make my husband happy). We have no plans to move any time soon, but this debate is a permanent fixture in my mind.

    1. It’s crazy to think that we honestly can’t have it all. I had to move nearly a half-hour away from everything I’ve ever known (the city + Suburbia) and I get a little nervous sometimes about regretting that decision down the road. So excited to have space, though!

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