Here it is: Will''s first place--first non-college place that is.
His tudor style "Sweet Old Lady" in Birmingham.
There's an entry foyer into the unit--very unique based on others he looked at.
I really like the arch. There's a phone nook on the left wall-you can almost see it behind the door.
The Old Lady's kitchen is placial for her era.
Black and white ceramic tile, new counter top, newer fridge and it HAS a dishwasher.
The shelve in the back was probably an ironing board but has been turned into a spice rack--super handy for a kitchen with few cabinets.
There's room for a small table and a couple of chairs--maybe ikea later.
I love the architectural details.
Is this a great way to hide a ceiling beam or what!
The ceilings are high--I think 9 feet plus.
The bathroom is huge (I know I keep saying that, but so many older apartments are teeny tiny) and its been updated with a new toilet, sink and tile.
The floor tile is original--baby blue and white--pretty good.
Check out the painted windows over the tub. That'll be easy to scrape off.
I couldn't believe how big the rooms are. His bed looks tiny in here.
This room is so nice with windows on two sides. Makes a huge difference.
The floors haven't been refinished
--a good thing for someone who wants a dog.
This Sweet Old Lady will be nice to come home to.