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New front entry for split-level house; BC box renovation

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Charming Farmhouse Kitchen DIYs – One Crazy House

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How to build a DIY Toddler House Bed – plans by Jen Woodhouse

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Love wrap around porch!! This house is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!

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From the covered porch entryway to the grilling porch at the rear, this home plan exudes tradition. After preparing fresh meals in the cleverly designed kitchen, enjoy family feasts in the dining room which extends 6 past the foyer towards the front giving the front porch its L-shaped layout.A magnificent balcony lends breathtaking views of the great room complete with fireplace and built-in shelving.The master suite is both secluded and comfortable. With its private location on the main level, your relaxation time will never be jeopardized.Three bedrooms and a bonus room on the upper floor will accommodate family and guests.Related Plans: For an alternate elevation with brick in reverse layout, see house plan 59879ND. Build in reverse layout with house plan 59657ND.

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Beautiful vintage and classic home White House dark shutters

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As I was walking through our first-time home with our home inspector, he asked me if I’d ever owned a home before. I told him that this would be our first. He laughed uneasily and said, “Well this will be quite the first!” We were 26 years old and full of naive energy. Our first home was a 100-year-old Victorian that had been badly renovated by some over-ambitious DIYers before us. It had wall-to-wall soiled mauve carpet on all three levels, but in my mind’s eye I could envision the heart-pine floors buried underneath! I was smitten with the millwork, chunky moldings, and gorgeous staircase, and looked past the sagging ceiling and aging roof. I knew I could make this house a home! Admittedly, our home inspector’s comment rattled my confidence a tad, but I figured we would somehow figure it all out as we went along. Here are 5 essential tips for new homeowners that I really wish I had known back then:  

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