|Plenty of space for the horses, a couple of cats, chickens, ruminants and a garden.|
We didn’t waste time looking for a new place to call our own. While Jack trained for his new job, the girls and I logged numerous miles in search of the next place to rehomestead. We found several acreages with breathtaking amounts of land but with a tiny house or an uncomfortably long drive to work for Jack. Plus, none of them had that right feeling. Until this week.
We made an offer on a 1970’s house that has a good five acres and is within 30 minutes of Jack’s job. It’s got character for sure and is another fixer upper, but I think everyone knows that doesn’t scare us away.
We’re sure you’re just dying to see it. We won’t tease long–we’ll show you once all the papers are signed and the keys are handed over. It might not work out–this isn’t our first home purchase or offer and it’s made us a bit wary. However, Evelyn already announced it’s her new house.