Not really expecting it to burst apart, but I'm periodically checking to see if there's seepage etc.
Next up - connecting all the plumbing and drains for the kitchen I'm putting in downstairs, then probably a new water heater.
Well we are putting in an offer for a traditional Georgian? house built in 1959. Oak floors throughout with a lot of character, upgraded kitchen, but the bathrooms look to be original. Cast iron tubs, sinks only with no counter space, updated toilets, and tile up about half the wall in different colors for each bathroom. Previous owners put in new water heater, electric furnace, and a/c unit around 2011.
The bathrooms are probably the only things keeping this on the market. We will be able to manage and slowly update but now I have to do a lot of research on traditional styling for bathrooms as well as home furnishings.
Also didn't mention it sits on 1.65 acres in a nice neighborhood where there are a lot of houses being torn down and $1 million homes being built in their place.
EDIT: I think it is more Georgian style now that I look at housing styles. Doors are 3 panels and solid wood.
Since the master bath will be a much bigger endeavor, we will probably move in then update the guest bath closest to the master bedroom first. There are 4 bedrooms on the 2nd floor which includes the master. We could then figure out what we want in a master bath and go from there. We have the option of taking over a bedroom and making a larger master bedroom and thus a larger space for expansion of the master bath. Wish I had a mapped floor plan I could post.
See the attached floor plan I mocked up in excel. The red lines are doors so we could possibly expand the master through the closets into bedroom 1. The problem comes with building new closets, expanding the master bathroom and last but not least....finding matching oak flooring for where the closets were. The white in the middle is hallway and the guest bath opens into it. Also this is from memory but is the general shape and what we are working with.